Everyone says legal weed is good because it gets rid of the black market. by Bridgeheadprod in whatever

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Only if he continually used it. He was using it for mind numbing and pain control.

Biden tests positive for COVID-19 again, White House doctor says by AmericanMuskrat in politics

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Here in communist Canada they say that you may continue to test positive even 60 days after your first positive test...

ZJ6752 by Questionable in finance

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I've been reading on paper gold vs hard gold. Put it this way, if you can't touch it, it 's not real! A lot of people are going to be in for a big shock someday...

[Sanity] NHS to close Tavistock child gender identity clinic. The UK is waking up. by Effective-spell-616 in TumblrInAction

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As long a Little Castro remains PM of Canada the wokeness will continue full steam ahead. He holds nothing but contempt for anyone who thinks differently then him. Like he said about people who refused to get a COVID shot.

And we have to make a choice, in terms of leaders, in terms of the country. Do we tolerate these people? -Justin Trudeau, Sep. 16, 2021

Pennsylvania school district adopts policy to remove ‘sexualized content’ in libraries by HiddenFox in news

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In the Story at a glance section it reads:

The policy has been criticized by community members and school district parents who say it only serves to benefit a vocal minority aiming to insert their personal beliefs into the classroom.

And what belief is that? That children shouldn't be subjected to sexualized content? Is that a minority view now? Who makes this type of comment? Why are they allowed near children?

I always took this groomer thing with a grain of salt but my god I think the net is on to something here...

Everyone says legal weed is good because it gets rid of the black market. by Bridgeheadprod in whatever

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I can get great weed at literally 1/2 the price of a dispensary delivered to my door in under 10 min.

When my old man was sick with cancer he thought he would give it a try. He was going to go to the dispensary when an employee spoke up and said they had an alternative option! No shitting, in under 10 min the weed was in his hands!

Discovery of new UEFI rootkit exposes an ugly truth: The attacks are invisible to us by TheRealPanzer in Security

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Would a BOIS flash with a new HDD at the same time work?

I would also think a hash for the UEFI code and some way to compare it so you can check for mods in the code.

After reading more of the article it seem to be very limited in use and requires a lot of investment to get it working. I doubt it is a mainstream attack or ever will be. Also the researchers believe (in one case anyway) that the motherboard itself was modified before even shipping to the customer. IMO this looks like something government would do to target specific people of interest. But hey, who knows, anything is possible.

You won't be able to run Windows 11 without a webcam (On Laptops) by Chipit in Computers

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I dropped $25k on a POS system last year. Both units run windows 10. The software is windows only and I doubt I'll find drives for the peripherals. I also have a photo printer and have searched high and low for a full featured drive to no avail. Linux is not an option.

Also, I have employees who still have trouble putting an attachment to an email, I doubt they could handle Linux. They can barely operate their iPhone.

Linux is nowhere near main stream ready. I truly wish it was but it's not. It's not a viable option to replace windows for most people and businesses.

You won't be able to run Windows 11 without a webcam (On Laptops) by Chipit in Computers

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I get it. It's the best you can do with what you got.

Matt Gaetz: Women Who 'Look Like A Thumb' Shouldn't Gripe About Abortion Rights by HiddenFox in news

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I don't know if this helps his cause but man did I laugh!

You won't be able to run Windows 11 without a webcam (On Laptops) by Chipit in Computers

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Amazon sells a little cover that sticks on overtop your web cam. It's like 4$ for 3. I've used them since 2010. 99.9% of the time it's closed.

https://www.amazon.ca/iRush-Macboook-Computer-Smartphone-Adhensive/dp/B0787BR5G8/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?crid=1LAN46WMIVQFQ&keywords=webcam+cover&qid=1658623464&sprefix=webcam+%2Caps%2C120&sr=8-3

China’s Henan bank scandal not just a financial crisis, it may be a lasting political calamity: analysts by HiddenFox in news

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Next to impossible to get anything on this. Zero coverage on any western media.

CBC whistleblower quit over COVID propaganda - The Counter Signal by JasonCarswell in propaganda

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Last year over 500 people protested the mask mandate in Charlottetown, PE. I only knew about it because I got caught in traffic as they marched down our main street. It took about 2 hours for them to march the whole way. I got a front row seat as I was stuck at an intersection as they went by.

Don't quote me but I'm pretty sure that is the largest protest the province has ever seen. It took place on a Saturday and I couldn't wait to hear what the local CBC new on Monday was going to say. Here on PEI, EVERYONE watches Compass (our CBC 6 o'clock news).

Monday came and nothing.... Not even a single word about one of, -if not the biggest protest we had ever seen.... I always new CBC was bullshit but this was insane! NOT A WORD! It was over a week before it was mentioned in passing on a story about another protest that was planned...

Good Guy With A Gun Stops Indianapolis Mall Shooter by HongKongPhooey in news

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Only way to stop someone with a gun is with another gun.

Microsoft Word by AmericanMuskrat in funny

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Been using it for years for personal and business. Works perfect and cost nothing. I don't understand...

"[C]hildren in high fluoride areas had significantly lower IQ scores than those who lived in low fluoride areas." ~ So, who is thirsty? And who would like Fluoride with their water? by In-the-clouds in whatever

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Have you seen how people behave in the inner cities... in government housing, and if so, how do IQ levels compare?

There are plenty of people living in suburbs on city water and they behave just fine. What is happening in inner cities (IMO) is a cultural problem. It's become a way of life and even promoted and glamorized. And for those who would excel from the inner city, they are surrounded by people pulling them down. The only way to improve the inner cities is for the people themselves to come together as a community and denounce/work out the problems. It would take a lot of time, commitment and probably sacrifice and of course money. But tossing endless money at the problem with out commitment from the community is a waste IMO.

I have seen people in rural areas that come up with some creative solutions to real-life problems without relying on the government to hand them free money.

True, necessity breeds innovation but we also have an entire culture here based on government handouts. "Poogie" is the slang we use for Canada's very generous employment insurance benefits. We even have a place called 'Poogie Beach' where you go to drink and sit in the sun after working all those 420 hours/year (That's 11 Weeks!) before you are entitled to collect. Point is there are always people that will work the system for a free hand out.

So how do you judge your neighbors to be dumb?

There inability to use the TAP function on their debit or Credit Card. Followed by "Well I don't remember my pin..." I watch as people physically mash the cards into the screen of the debit terminal repeatedly, only to utter that they can't be bothered to remember a 4 digit pin that holds their entire ability to financially interact with society. I mean come on... TAP has been around for YEARS and you still can't figure out you need to hover the card about the TAP symbol? It's painful to watch.

I would rather have neighbors that are friendly of any intelligence level, than to be with geniuses that are wicked. The nuclear bomb was not created by "friendly, but dumb" folk.

Being a geniuses doesn't mean you will be wicked. And I don't expect everyone to be an intellect. There is plenty of middle ground for both points. When I call people dumb it's mostly because of their complete disregard for basic social contracts. For example, Don't break something that belongs to someone else, Park your car in the parking lot where it says "Parking" not on the sidewalk or the grass, don't drop your garbage wherever you are standing, don't piss on the side of my delivery trailer, we have a washroom, all you have to do is ask. I can go on with all sorts of examples after 25 years of dealing with the public.

In the end, it's society and culture that is the issue, not fluoride.

"[C]hildren in high fluoride areas had significantly lower IQ scores than those who lived in low fluoride areas." ~ So, who is thirsty? And who would like Fluoride with their water? by In-the-clouds in whatever

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I call B.S. on this. I live in a rural area (mostly well water) and people here are dumb as fuck! Friendly, but dumb....

Ohio AG Dave Yost Says No Evidence Of 10-Year-Old Rape Victim Seeking Abortion by HiddenFox in news

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So 24 hours later and now they have the guy and a confession. (Seems weird that you would confess to a 2 month old crime you had pretty much gotten away with. But hey, your rapeing 10 year olds so your not really all there are you?)

https://www.axios.com/2022/07/13/ohio-arrest-man-abortion-rape-child-indiana

Just as I would be shaking my head at someone making up a story like this I'm equally outraged at the AG for running his mouth. Which ever way this case lands ( right now it's looking pretty real) there needs to be accountability to either the news paper or the AG.

If the case is 100% real then the AG should step down. People lose their jobs for far less these days.

Do you know what happened in Canada on July 8? I didn't by chottohen in videos

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If you were with Rogers communications then you had problems. I'm with bell Aliant. Never had any issues with internet or cell phone. Credit cards worked find, just debit cards not working.

I run a business and lost exactly 0 sales because of it. Most people had cash tucked away. Everyone else just used a CC.

Ohio AG Dave Yost Says No Evidence Of 10-Year-Old Rape Victim Seeking Abortion by HiddenFox in news

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I use a program called ground new. It finds publication on the left, center and right and present them all to you. Out of 25 sorces for this article 23 were right wing, 1 was considered center and only 1 left wing (msn news)

World Health Organization now says gender 'exists on a continuum' and is 'beyond non-binary' by AmericanMuskrat in politics

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My new gender is "Trans-dimensional!" Was/Then/Soon

Dementia Joe Biden reads stage directions from teleprompter. "End of Quote" and "Repeat the Line" . He's just a puppet who literally says anything he's told. by Chipit in news

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This is one of the better comments I've read all week. Your totaly right.

I like how the presedent phrases the repeated line with more drama and passion, totally unaware we all know he is now just reading this from a prompt and there is zero personal credibility that he gives two shits about what he is reading. Just an actor on a stage at this point. Just left wondering, who is directing?

A longevity diet that hacks cell ageing could add years to your life by Drewski in Health

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Something tells me it's going to cost 3 easy payments of $49.99 to find the rest of this article...

Biden Flashes Embarrassing 'Cheat Sheet' With Simple Behavior Instructions by HiddenFox in news

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Not sure on the source so take it for what it is.

A 2-Year-Old Boy Became Muscular, Grew Pubic Hair, and Developed a "Sizable" Penis Due To His Dad's Testosterone Gel by HongKongPhooey in NotTheOnion

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Umm wasn't this an episode of House?

Private and Corporate jets to escape EU’s ‘green’ aviation fuel tax by HongKongPhooey in corruption

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Shocked Pikachu face

Is a plant able to feel pain? by enginedeer007 in AskSaidIt

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If you go to a dentist to have your wisdom teeth removed and you are put under do you feel pain? Of course not. You body still works and even starts repairing itself before you wake up. The signals of damage are still there but without consciousness there is no pain.

Canada's Trudeau announces plan to ban handgun purchases in the fall, followed by mandatory 'buybacks' aka confiscations by HongKongPhooey in news

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Hey, sorry for the slow response. Very busy at work.

Am I right in assuming we're not allowed to keep a loaded handgun in the nightstand

Yup, they specifically talked about that in the course. They also ask if you plan to use your gun for self defense. Pro tip, don't say yes!

The guy in Nova Scotia used smuggled guns, and he was a psycho who spent a long time planning his rampage. My thought, however, is that strong gun laws keep the weapons restricted enough that it's discouraging for just anyone to come in off the street and buy a weapon. And therefore, someone who snaps will have a much harder time killing a lot of people.

The guy in Nova Scotia went above and beyond to avoid the laws that are in place. This is the very crux for my issue with more laws. People will find ways around them, mostly thought smuggled illegal weapons which is going to be very hard if not impossible to stop. The only people these new laws affect are law abiding citizen not criminals or people intent on causing harm. As for someone who snaps and wants to causes harm, they don't need a gun. As we saw in Toronto, they only need to rent a van!

My question on handguns is; since we're not allowed to carry them in Canada, are they only really useable on a shooting range? Is it even legal to hunt with a handgun here?

You can carry in Canada but you need a reason and permit. I think there is a Judge in Ontario that has a concealed carry permit after receiving treats from gang members. You can not hunt in Canada with a hand gun, that is illegal . The guns I own are family heirlooms. My .45 was carried by the grandfather when he stormed Juno Beach during WW2. My 9mm was from my father, he was a police officer for 5 years. I also have a .22 which my father used at a gun club at our local community center. They have a small indoor range and used to allow handguns back in the 80s. Now they only allow .22 rifles, no hand guns.

I'll be pretty pissed if I have to turn them in. I keep them completely for sentimental reasons. They are locked in a safe and stored as per law. For most though shooting clubs and ranges are the main reason for them.

Chicago High School Will Introduce Race-Based Grading System by [deleted] in news

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Why would you send your non black kid to that school?

Canada's Trudeau announces plan to ban handgun purchases in the fall, followed by mandatory 'buybacks' aka confiscations by HongKongPhooey in news

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Taking away the firearms licenses of those involved in acts of domestic violence or criminal harassment, such as stalking - No argument here Agreed, common sense.

Requiring long-gun magazines to be permanently altered so they can never hold more than five rounds Easy to get around for someone with any determination. Will do nothing.

it's worth noting that if you own a handgun, it has to be stored in a safe at a gun club. I don't think you're allowed to keep it at home. I'm sorry that's not true. I own several hand guns and keep them at home. A lot of locks and keeping the ammo in a separate lock box. Also should the authorities choose, they can preform a random inspection to insure compliance.

The buyback looks like it is for AR-style weapons This will expand tp hand guns, then high caliber rifles, even ones used for hunting, Shotguns , .22s and finally all guns. That's the end game here. A total 100% ban on all guns.

Overall I feel Canada already has great laws on guns. You need to attend courses for each level of gun you own. When I went to the long gun course there were people there who were clearly not capable of even the basics... Point guns at people with out even realizing it. (They were dummy guns but we still had to treat them as real) They failed automatically and were asked to leave.

Additional laws will do nothing to stop the next mass shooting. People who are intent on committing an act like this will not be hindered by laws. To me it's political drum beating, its like adding second, third or even forth mask... Is it really doing anything or just signaling?

do you believe in god by yelgy in AskSaidIt

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Short answer Yes.

Rant

I was raised as a Christin. I attended a Catholic, Christin reform and (Sigh...) in the end, an Evangelist church. I also was part of an extra curricular group called Cadets which was like Scouts but with a religious base. I am well versed in the Christian religion.

TBH I hated all the churches. I found the people very hypocritical. When I was young I didn't understand that word so I call them two faced instead and that was at the age of just 8.

I was taught to pray every night to god and be thankful for what I had, and I always did. As I grew older I saw though the BS and have pretty much given up on churches but I hung on to the praying. It's evolved into less of preying and more of meditation each night.

I feel it's important to reflect on my day and give thanks that I live in a western country. Despite all my misgivings and issues, it's still an amazing life that the majority of people on this planet won't even come close to experiencing. It is this aspect of the religion that I feel is most important.

As for God himself, I don't think it's some guy sitting on a cloud watching and judging us. I do think there is something more to this life.

Much like trying to teach a sparrow calculus, a human trying to understand God is simple beyond us. I just feel there is too much that had to align for there not to be some form of intelligent design behind it all.

Top SF high school sees record spike in failing grades after dropping merit-based admission system by [deleted] in news

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There is a simple solution to this. Just get rid of the grading system. Ds and Fs are bad for self esteem anyway! They should adopt a big smile/small smile grading system instead!

EXCLUSIVE: Bill Gates Poured Millions into Dark Money Fund Attacking Elon Musk by HiddenFox in news

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If true pretty telling....

Canada, the country some US "progressives" think has a better social care system (yet its spending is below the OECD average), started providing "free" euthanasia to poor people. The regime is getting impoverished people to kill themselves. by Chipit in WorldNews

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Depends on the metrics you look at. As u/horrux said, going on 4 years for an appointment for Lyme disease.

High school's decision to remove toilet doors to create 'non-gendered' facilities causes outrage among parents whose children no longer feels safe by HongKongPhooey in news

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u/pcmasterrace's post the other day captured it perfectly.

School Interviewer: what are your qualifications?

Applicant: I'm a sexual degenerat and mentally unstable!

School Interviewer: Your hired!

Finder's Panel Predicts Death of Shiba Inu Crypto — SHIB Expected to Have No Value by 2030 by Maria88800 in cryptocurrency

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Your totaly correct. Thank god we now have NFTs! No hopes and dreams there, just real, hard value! ...right?

Elon Musk denies he sexually harassed flight attendant on private jet: report by HiddenFox in news

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Classic smear campaign here. I don't think the powers at be are happy with him so we get this ... An anonymous friend of the accused.... a story from 6 years ago... just coming to light now as he looks to buy twitter, vote Republican and trash talks the democrats....Pathetic, transparent smear attack...

Here you can take a look at 128k emails from the Biden Laptop. by TheRealPanzer in politics

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Ummm are these public? I mean, is my FBI agent going to be giving me a call if I start viewing them?

Mass Shooters by pcpmasterrace in whatever

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7 out of the aprox 202 so far this year... Is there a point to this? Looks kind of selective.... I don't think race is the problem here. Looks more like a national culture problem to me.

Kiel, Wisconsin School District Charges Kids for Using Wrong Pronouns by BravoVictor in politics

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This will never stick. The hope here is to bully and scare everyone into compliance.

What we need is a follow up on this story after a verdict is reached. That's the story that needs to be spread everywhere.

Defiant U.S. Senator Rand Paul stymies effort to pass $40 billion Ukraine aid bill. Paul is demanding that the legislation be altered to require an inspector general to oversee spending on Ukraine. Astounding that that is such a deal-breaking clause. by Chipit in politics

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You would think oversight on anything more then a few million would be defacto but no, not in clown world!

Fury as teacher asks girl, 12, to transgender group masquerading as art club. Kids were asked who they were sexually attracted to and told that it's OK to lie to their parents. by [deleted] in news

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I couldn't quite stomach the whole article, but from what I did get though this is total cult like indoctrination. What 12 year old, male or female is 100% comfortable in their body? It's a leading question. The whole board should be recalled and replaced

Do you think we should bring back segregation? by yabbit in AskSaidIt

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No. Segregation will ultimately lead to 'has and has nots.' and that will only lead to violence. We need to push tolerance (not acceptance). We have to live with one another but we don't have to like each other. People and their culture can still piss you off!

Actual Insurrection: Chicago Mayor Urges 'Call To Arms' Over Supreme Court by Drewski in politics

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When you bring everyone around you down, your average goes up! It's kinda brilliant when you think about it. If every place is a violent, murderous shit hole then all of the sudden Chicago isn't so bad!

"AnalF**k69": Hunter Biden's Password Revealed In Whistleblower Tell-All by zyxzevn in corruption

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Can someone tell me how to change your password on Saidit? I'm asking for a friend!

5.3 million egg-laying hens killed in Iowa by Rembrandt Enterprises. The company then fires employees. Imagine how many less eggs are available now per day. (Hens can lay one egg per day, so this one act could have reduced our egg supply by 5 million eggs per day.) by In-the-clouds in news

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Nah, bird flu is the real deal for these birds. I've seen it first hand. If one has it the rest will follow. I've seen a crow population of 1000 + disappear in about 2 weeks. Only the corpses remained and a couple dozen birds. And that was wild birds. The chickens are in close contact we each other.they are boned.

NOT A JOKE: Los Angeles DA George Gascón will not pursue felony charges against the man who attacked Dave Chappelle by [deleted] in news

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Wow,so what there saying here is this is misdemeanor behavior? I wonder if this would fly if it was a politician?

5.3 million egg-laying hens killed in Iowa by Rembrandt Enterprises. The company then fires employees. Imagine how many less eggs are available now per day. (Hens can lay one egg per day, so this one act could have reduced our egg supply by 5 million eggs per day.) by In-the-clouds in news

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What a dumb click bait title. No mention of the bird flu they had. They were dead already, they just put them out of their misery. As far as firing people, no chickens, no work. They will start again and in 6 months to a year hire the same amount of people back. Welcome to agriculture.

Least and most tyrannical providences of Canada to live in? by [deleted] in politics

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which he then parlays into a Dodge Heavy Duty truck financed for 96 months

Never has a more truthful statement been made on this website!

Least and most tyrannical providences of Canada to live in? by [deleted] in politics

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I'm pretty sure Canada will be leading the communist charge as head puppet!

DC elementary school gave 4-year-olds ‘anti-racism’ ‘fistbook’ asking them to identify racist family members by AmericanMuskrat in news

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Whoops.

Do you believe women should be able to have elective abortions? by AmericanMuskrat in AskSaidIt

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My sister got pregnant at age 15. She went to have an abortion behind my parents back. But on the day she was going to have it my father figured out want was happening and put a stop to it. My father has passed now and my niece does not know that he saved her life before she was even born.

My sister's "child" is now 26 years old and a mother of her own and I'm pretty sure she is quite happy to be alive.

My sister is an example of someone who just wanted a problem to go away and an abortion was an easy and quick solution. Shame on her. I wonder if she will ever look into her daughters eyes and tell her she was suppose to be an abortion? I wonder what she thinks when she sees her grand kids? This is my problem with the way abortion is administered.

Rape, incest, defects that should come down to the mother.

DC elementary school gave 4-year-olds ‘anti-racism’ ‘fistbook’ asking them to identify racist family members by AmericanMuskrat in news

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That was in the book 1982. They encouraged kids to rat out family members. Scary shit.

DC elementary school gave 4-year-olds ‘anti-racism’ ‘fistbook’ asking them to identify racist family members by AmericanMuskrat in news

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That's insane... I thought this was going to be some click bait or something.... My god, what is going on in the heads of the people in charge. Parents have to get involved, deeply involved in what is being presented to their children at school...

Girl is loud and wears trousers. We must groom her into being trans and have special alone time by jet199 in MeanwhileOnReddit

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That's the feeling I got when I read this. It has a lot of trigger terms and phrases like "the parents maybe conservative..." that are ment to set people off. I thinking 80% change its a fake troll post.

Brain of shark vs. brain of dolphin by Chipit in pics

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Posting something like that on this site...I see what your doing here! Tiny brain on the "left," huge brain in the "right"!

I get the message wink wink!

Elon Musk condemns Twitter censorship of NY Post’s Hunter laptop story: ‘Obviously incredibly inappropriate’ by AmericanMuskrat in news

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Real question here. In the article they talk about the internal communication within Twitter with regards to the Hunter Biden Laptop during the election. If Musk release proof (Like E-mails) that they actively suppressed this story for the sole purpose of helping Biden win the election, could these people be charged with something like election fraud/manipulation?

Elon Musk's Twitter by rubberbiscuit in SocialMedia

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I agree with you on Musk, he is over rated and makes promises he will never be able to keep. A lot is hype and people flock to him in droves believing every crazy thing he comes up with.

But I do think he will be better for Twitter then the current regime. He will most definitely try to push his POV and ideas, he did drop $44 billion on this, but as long as he allows people to rebuttal and critique then I see this as a win over all. If he tries to silence people that disagree with him he will be found out pretty quick and the optics of it will harm him and his new Twitter baby.

Elon Musk's Twitter by rubberbiscuit in SocialMedia

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HAHAHAHAHA

What is the worst country in the world right now? by Vulptex in AskSaidIt

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Dark history of crimes against humanity and colonialism

Pretty sure that when Genghis Khan was attacking a city protected by a moat he would just take locals from near by villages, kill them and toss there bodies in the moat until he could form a makeshift bridge of human corpses to cross...

Man who smuggled 2lbs of gold in his bum arrested at airport [Delhi, from Abu Dhabi; it was for Muskrat] by [deleted] in whatever

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A quote before things got started:

"LUBE!!! I NEED MORE LUBE!" - Smuggler

Nigeria: People fail to register their phones for the digital identity document system, so the country blocks 73 million mobile phones. by iamonlyoneman in news

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It's okay everyone I'm on a first name basis with the prince of Nigeria as we are working out a small inheritance thing... I'll pass it along that this is totally not cool!

A STOLEN ELECTION: State Totals Minus Illegal Ballot Trafficking Numbers Give President Trump Decisive Victories in AZ, GA, MI, PA, and WI by AXXA in politics

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I like the part on wiki under "False stories and conspiracy theories" where they get called out by CNN. Because CNN is such a trustworthy source. FYI I was taking ivermectin before it was a horse dewormer!

Marijuana: Democrats have been a ‘huge disappointment to the industry,’ Curaleaf exec says by SoCo in politics

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Like most things pot was a bubble. Everyone investing into it thought the money train would never end. My province built a production plant and after 3 years they never made a single dime. Just a $94 million dollar bill.

If you were on the leading edge of the industry you made money in the opening months. Then everyone got into it and saturated the market. Also, demand was a fraction of expectations and the black market only strengthened...

CNN+ Shuts Down by Tarrock in politics

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My cable is bundled with my internet. I would cost me more money to not have it so I still have the service. CNN is included with that service. This is the only way I would ever have CNN. They literarily have to give me a discount to have that station.

To be fair there are only 2 channels I actually watch...and I wouldn't watch them until I was getting the discount...

HUGE: Professor Wins $400,000 From University That Harassed Him Over Pronoun Use by [deleted] in news

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That's where my thinking is as well. What two people do with each other is up to them as long as they are both on board. That's their business and in the end it doesn't effect society other then now there is an expectation of tolerance. (I.E. two guys kissing in public)

But transgender's are trying to get society to change it's very outlook and core values/language that has been in place for thousands of years so that a tiny, small, fraction of the population feels better. There is an expectation that everyone has to be not only tolerant or even accepting but full on participate. This expectation is outrageous and seems more like a type of passive power grab.

Will the Democrats Accept the Midterm Results? Nancy Pelosi says democracy is in danger if the GOP wins majorities in Congress. "I fear for our democracy if the Republicans were ever to get the gavel. We can’t let that happen." by Chipit in politics

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"...We can’t let that happen." Sounds like a call to insurrection Mrs.Pelosi.

Intelligent people became less happy during the pandemic -- but the opposite was true for unintelligent people by Orangutan in WorldNews

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I remember seeing a news clip on CBC about a woman at the onset of the pandemic. She was trilled that the Canadian government was going to play her $2000 a month to stay at home with money printed hot off the press.

She commented that this made such an improvement in her life and wellbeing. She could now stay at home instead of going to work and net more money this way, all while pursuing personal interests she never had time for.

I wonder how things are going for her now that gas is hovering around $2/liter ($7.40/gallon)

What do you think of the 'shortages' both goods and electronics? by [deleted] in politics

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Your completely correct on this.

I want to share a simplified example of how inflation works that I heard to help people contextualize the situation.

Image you have only 1 fish and $10 in the economy. If you want to buy half of the fish it would be $5. Now, along comes the government and prints $40 more and hands out that cash. We now have 1 fish and $50. Now if you want to buy half the fish it would be $25.

This is the basics of what government has done. Since the time of Genghis Khan this has been tried with the exact same results. No civilization, empire or kingdom has ever printed there way out of trouble since the invention of currency.

'I am opposed to self-defense' – Macron says farmer had no right to kill a burglar who broke into his home by Drewski in WorldNews

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Funny when I read that in my head, is was with a heavy french accent and it was " but of course, we are French!" Heheh

'I am opposed to self-defense' – Macron says farmer had no right to kill a burglar who broke into his home by Drewski in WorldNews

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And I don’t want a country where weapons proliferate and where we consider that it’s up to the citizens to defend themselves,

Just remember that if Russian ever invades. No civilian draft, it not their job. Just go straight to the surrendering part. What a fucking moron.

Despite not being charged with a crime, Prosecutors with the U.S. Attorney’s Office seize man's Bitcoin worth $35 million. by Drewski in cryptocurrency

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...to carry out more than 100,000 fraudulent computer transactions between 2015 and 2017

Hmm... I wonder if charges are pending?

What does your wife's boyfriend think about the Russia/Ukraine situation by yabbit in AskSaidIt

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He's always got this smile on his face and a look of satisfaction about him... So I don't think it's affecting him too much!

Elon Musk on Twitter’s board of directors now and the left are not happy. by unicefbox in news

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Ahh NBC... totally oblivious to their own hipocrisy...

They make the claim in this article that Musk is irresponsible with his tweets and that could be dangerous and potentially deadly. This is justification for censorship. But if my memory hole serves me correctly, NBC (and all the MSM in fact) were on board with the whole Iraq war lie that lead to something like 1 million deaths over the last 20 years? Seems like their irresponsibility is what we should be concerned with.

Am I reading this data correct? 18.4% of unvaxed represent 19.3% of hospitalizations? So statistically speaking, the vaccine did nothing to prevent hospitalizations? by HiddenFox in AskSaidIt

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If anything this post is a great example of how data can be manipulated or interpreted to fit ones own perspective. If you had bothered to read even some of the 70+ comments you would see that there were several replies stating why the assumption is incorrect. (Most notable was StillLessons's reply.) There was the usual selection of opinion base answers and my personal favorite yabbit's "...shit jesus it's all you niggas ever talk about" type responses. (For real, that one brought a smile to my face!)

Yours however takes a special place. You managed to post one line out of context and then write an obnoxious comment about it in a pathetic attempt to seem cultured or even educated all while trying to belittle everyone on this site. Ironically, it is you that represent everything wrong with not only this site but social media in general.

Perhaps you would find more liked minded people on reddit.com where a conversation like this would simply be disallowed or at best shadow banned. I for one learned something from StillLessons's reply and wont be running around telling people "Look....See.... Proof!!! It's all a scam!" Knowledge is the last and only true power that the average person has anymore. It's wrong to mock people for trying to share their knowledge and have a conversation about the most relevant and dominating topic of the last two years in an attempt to appear sassy.

Am I reading this data correct? 18.4% of unvaxed represent 19.3% of hospitalizations? So statistically speaking, the vaccine did nothing to prevent hospitalizations? by HiddenFox in AskSaidIt

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Thank you. I see where you are going with this. For the record PEI is 94.4% fully vaxed.

Is it not safe to say that once you have COVID, the Vax makes little difference if you end up in hospital?

Was Airplane the Funniest Movie Ever Made? Repurposed Cut by chottohen in funny

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It was good, but I'm going with Spaceballs.

"Sir, you might want to buckle up first..."

"Ahh buckle this! Ludicrous speed go!!!!"

Types of White traitors by aaarrgh in whatever

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Looks like I'm a capitalist, coal burner....oh well!

But seriously white people don't work anymore. Last white guy I hired at 33 years old missed 25/75 shifts. Car breaking down every week, grandma was in the hospital, Doctor's appointments..... it was just comical after a while.

Now the guys from India, never miss a shift, grateful for the work and the well above minimum wage we offer, polite and respectful. Always yes sir, no sir, thank you sir. Kinda like you reap what you sow...

hate by aaarrgh in whatever

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Missing a bullet point:

-Murders anyone who looks at him the wrong way.

Vegans try to make a message, make weird porn instead by CleverFoolOfEarth in funny

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...well at least it's inclusive and diverse! Stunning and brave!

Putin orders foreign software ban by [deleted] in WorldNews

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That would seem to be self evident but then again people in power are pretty stupid...

Motivated by aaarrgh in whatever

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I agree. The statement is probably a reflection of her experience as a judge. To me the real issue is in the sentencing.

Using this mindset of "the collector " is not an excuse for a lenient sentence by any measure.

Could you imagine the ubserdity of this logic if it was transferred to the crime of pysical rape? Some Joe claiming he was only doing it for the prestige of his ego and internet buddies...

Home Depot slammed on Twitter for woke worksheet that shames white, male and Christian staff by Optimus85 in whatever

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I wonder if the CEO, upper management and shareholders are checking their wealth privilege?

Where's the "if you make more then $16.50/h you have wealth privilege" box?

Russia sets fixed gold price as it restarts official bullion purchases by Drewski in WorldNews

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"U.S. persons are prohibited from engaging in any transaction -- including gold-related transactions -- involving the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, the National Wealth Fund of the Russian Federation or the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation," the Treasury said on its website.

How long before we start hearing stories about rich folks and companies skirting this?