A Pattern Is Emerging: trans activist after trans activist after trans activist turns out to be sexual assaulters of children. by Chipit in SuperStraight

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Oh, now you want reasoned arguments. You didn't in what I replied to:

Oh look! Someone defending sexual assault!

Also

And thanks for your attempted defense of rapists. "Oh, there aren't too many of them" said nobody ever.

Hence, go back to Reddit. You accuse me of defending someone, when you're mistaking people who are interested in the meta, of being accurate and truthful. They love your kind of approach of only seeing two possible positions on a matter, and any criticism of your writing as support of what you oppose. Wrongthinker? Hah.

Taking Wealth From Those Who Work Hard by EndlessSunflowers in LateStageCapitalism

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No, capitalism is based in private property rights. In capitalism, those who work hard create wealth, which benefits everyone. They get more, society gets more.

A Pattern Is Emerging: trans activist after trans activist after trans activist turns out to be sexual assaulters of children. by Chipit in SuperStraight

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Go back to Reddit.

YouTube is censoring SaidIt.net links in their comment sections. by JasonCarswell in censorship

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Wow, you have to hand it to them to be creative in how many things they exploit to steer discussion.

YouTube is censoring SaidIt.net links in their comment sections. by JasonCarswell in censorship

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Online Text Obfuscator. Example: ⅴассіոе (the v is a different character than normal)

YouTube is censoring SaidIt.net links in their comment sections. by JasonCarswell in censorship

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Yes, that's been my experience. I can't link to any YouTube videos in comments. They get deleted automatically within a minute.

It's coming by jet199 in Pessimism

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Absolutely. Inflation is a tax on everything, and leads to mal-investment. Bubbles everywhere. All the people holding dollar-denominated things (bank savings, annuities, etc.) are hurt by it.

It's coming by jet199 in Pessimism

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The main thing this clarifies is that the rate of change has stayed pretty constant overall.

It's coming by jet199 in Pessimism

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Log chart (also inflation-adjusted)

Idiot Joe Biden is the Only One Wearing a Mask During Virtual Climate Change Discussion with World Leaders by scrubking in politics

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At least someone was trying to stop the spread to all the other virtual members.

Chauvin is found guilty, and SaidIt goes down the very next day... coincidence? by TheAmeliaMay in conspiracy

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What day wouldn't be a coincidence? If you only look for significance where you expect to find it, and never look where you expect to find none, you never put your significance-detecting skills to the test. Maybe they're total BS.

ACLU sues City of Wixom, says ordinance violates First Amendment rights by Detroit2 in whatever

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The provisions define the words "canvasser" and "canvassing" and ban door-to-door canvassing in public neighborhoods that choose to place signs at each entrance prohibiting such activity. The City of Wixom does not require canvassers to carry a permit.

ACLU Attorney Bonsitu Kitaba called the ordinance "problematic" in that it restricts political expression.

She added that while an individual resident may choose to post a "No canvassing" or "No solicitation" sign on their own property, the city or neighborhood association cannot implement a "blanket ban" on these types of First Amendment activities.

Translation: "mostly peaceful" Burn, Loot, Murder protests in neighborhoods are a constitutional right.

DNA is Transphobic by Tarrock in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Obviously it was female Y DNA. /s

“Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won’t come in.“ Isaac Asimov by EndlessSunflowers in quotes

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It's a good quote and a necessary thing. He's not saying to break the window that is your perception, just to examine and clean it from time to time. Flawed assumptions can wreck your attempts to deal with the world rationally.

“Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won’t come in.“ Isaac Asimov by EndlessSunflowers in quotes

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Conversely, assumptions are how we perceive the world at all. Without them, it would be chaos.

Washington state votes to ban new gas car sales by 2030 by gate3 in whatever

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And when the blackouts occur, people will be buying gasoline-powered generators to charge their cars. Full-circle.

Map IPs - paste up to 500,000 IPs to see where they're located on a map by [deleted] in Internet

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Limited to only 500,000, so you'd have to do them in batches.

Watch your kids. These people are out there and no one is stopping them. by ReeferMadness in conspiracy

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Pretend you're not your kid's father and walk by the guy as if you're getting something else, then turn around and tackle him.

Brenda’s Beaver Needs A Barber by EndlessSunflowers in funny

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Book is even available on Amazon.

You won't see this on the news, or hear about it in school. by ReeferMadness in news

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One word: bang

You won't see this on the news, or hear about it in school. by ReeferMadness in news

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"...but it's not institutional therefore it's not raycis!"

Why is Communism STILL Debated? by scrubking in politics

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Because true communism hasn't been tried. /s

Did any of the restrictions work? No, they only made it worse by zyxzevn in NoNewNormal

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I heard someone walking their dog today saying how it's affected his dog, not seeing as many people on the walk and them keeping a distance away with a mask. I know the COVID response has affected kids, but even dogs have been socially impacted. It's sad.

Why are so many children being encouraged to think they are transgender? FOLLOW THE MONEY by BEB in SuperStraight

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follow the Money

John Money, that is.

US Intelligence Warns Withdrawal Could Lead To Afghanistan Being Controlled By Afghans – Caitlin Johnstone by Drewski in WorldNews

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In other news, US Intelligence warns that legitimate US elections could lead to America being controlled by the people.

'We are in World War III. We did not have a pandemic, we had a biological attack' Retired Lt. General: 'It was intentional, done by the CCP' by Orangutan in WorldNews

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By believing what people tell them to believe.

'We are in World War III. We did not have a pandemic, we had a biological attack' Retired Lt. General: 'It was intentional, done by the CCP' by Orangutan in WorldNews

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Absolutely. Even if this had been a Chinese-created virus, the other countries ran with it even after data showed that it wasn't very harmful. Regardless of its origin or even existence, governments salivated at the chance to exert an unprecedented level of control over people. And people caved.

'We are in World War III. We did not have a pandemic, we had a biological attack' Retired Lt. General: 'It was intentional, done by the CCP' by Orangutan in WorldNews

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There was no biological component. It's entirely a mind game.

“If you don’t read the newspaper, you’re uninformed. If you do, you’re misinformed.” - Unknown by LarrySwinger2 in quotes

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If you read it and believe it, you're misinformed.

"I just watched this with my son" by Tom_Bombadil in funny

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REDDIT MOD U/DREWIEPOODLE offering a 13 year old child estrogen ("SUPER GIRL JUICE") shots in his apartment, admitting that he does this OFTEN. This is grooming. by fuckupaddams in WatchRedditDie

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The difference is that this involves minors. With adults (hookers) they at least have some chance of being able to make an informed choice of their own agency.

Self-Driving Cars Will Stop For Police, Roll Windows Down, Unlock Doors by [deleted] in technology

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With modern obesity merely locking the seatbelt would be sufficient.

My friend got the vaccine. by Jesus-Christ in Rant

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And, since evidence currently unanimously points toward all types of the vaccine being perfectly healthy, there's literally zero reason not to get the vaccine other than selfishness or willful ignorance.

Willful ignorance indeed.

Vitamin D Insufficiency May Account for Almost Nine of Ten COVID-19 Deaths by Optimus85 in Coronavirus

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I'm thinking more the what, 2.3 average comorbidities?

My friend got the vaccine. by Jesus-Christ in Rant

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Feel free to elaborate on what you're hinting at. Why should a healthy person get an experimental drug to reduce their chances of death from an illness that has a very low chance of killing them?

10 years in prison for illegal streaming? It's in the Covid-19 relief bill by ThursdayVote in whatever

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It casts legitimate things like packet prioritization as discriminatory, prevents carriers from having different tiers of service (pay more to get your packets through faster), and legitimizes more government control and intrusion into something it has no business being in control of.

Shill/bot upvoting? by Intuit in SaidIt

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I was referring to new posts that have exactly the same number of insight and fun points, within a few hours of posting, with no comments from anyone. This suggests bots that just upvote the creator's content.

This has nothing to do with votes made by actual people who are reading the content and reacting/responding. The underlying goal of my post was to make room for more of this rather than synthetically-upvoted things.

My friend got the vaccine. by Jesus-Christ in Rant

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There was literally no reason for her to get the vaccine, she was perfectly young and healthy

doesn't get anyone elderly or immunocompromised killed

10 years in prison for illegal streaming? It's in the Covid-19 relief bill by ThursdayVote in whatever

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Net neutrality is a Trojan horse.

Childhood Stolen by Kubrickian in ClimateSkeptics

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Give her a break. Her handlers knew she had various disorders yet pushed her into the spotlight, probably with guilting etc. and taking advantage of her conditions.

BIDEN: "There's Not a Single Thing a Man Can Do That a Woman Can't Do as Well or Better - Not a Single Thing" by scrubking in politics

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Move over coal workers, steel workers, etc. and let the women take over and earn more in less time!

James fields is unjustly serving 419 years in jail for a car crash when rioters were hitting his car. by scrubking in corruption

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And the land whale that died wasn't even struck by the car.

Earn BTC by just simple Browsing 😎 | World's Easiest Method | Just make CryptoTab Browser as Default and Enjoy with BTC by officialgagbee in bitcoin

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Users get a free browser

Wow, a free browser. I can't wait to stop paying $29.99 a month for my browser.

Earn BTC by just simple Browsing 😎 | World's Easiest Method | Just make CryptoTab Browser as Default and Enjoy with BTC by officialgagbee in bitcoin

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Read up on mining and the amount of computing power that goes into it, compared to that in your PC.

Trans-identified male, "...It's what's between our ears, not what's between our legs.” Hear that, Super +? It's NOT ABOUT WHAT'S BETWEEN YOUR LEGS! Forget your genitals, your sex is IN YOUR HEAD by BEB in SuperStraight

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Sex is always about what's between the two people's legs, and what's in their bellies, because reproduction only works if the two different sets of organs work together.

31 Reasons not to take the vaccine by rubberbiscuit in politics

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Simpler to just list the reasons for taking the vaccine:

ACLU transgender lawyer, Chase Strangio, "So much violence against trans people would be eradicated if people could just accept and celebrate their sexual attraction to trans people. Your obsession is so often born of your feared desire." by BEB in SuperStraight

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Sorry, was a joke about the high trans suicide rate, supposedly 40% or something high.

Shill/bot upvoting? by Intuit in SaidIt

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If a couple dozen bots can dominate the front page the problem is that no real people are engaging

Sad but true point. Little signal so you notice the background hiss.

ACLU transgender lawyer, Chase Strangio, "So much violence against trans people would be eradicated if people could just accept and celebrate their sexual attraction to trans people. Your obsession is so often born of your feared desire." by BEB in SuperStraight

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Don't trans people make up less than 1% of the population? Most people won't have sex with over 50% of the population, and probably a good deal higher (unless they're desperate). They're quibbling over a tiny fraction of who a given person won't have sex with.

ACLU transgender lawyer, Chase Strangio, "So much violence against trans people would be eradicated if people could just accept and celebrate their sexual attraction to trans people. Your obsession is so often born of your feared desire." by BEB in SuperStraight

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Aren't they something like 40% likely to be murdered?

By themselves, of course (suicide), but still, that's a pretty high rate of violence.

Digital Marketing by alishamarie in Internet

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Admins need to find who upvotes things automatically and nuke the accounts. At least 8 of them.

eBlocker anonymizes your IP address and disguises the identity of all network devices. It blocks trackers and ads, provides parental controls and prevents Internet threats – not just in your browser, but also in apps. by [deleted] in Internet

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Requires some kind of VPN or use of the Tor network. No way you can anonymize your IP completely locally.

The optimal solution to the trolley problem by fschmidt in nonmorons

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They were all commies anyway, laying on the track as some kind of protest.

Instagram is deleting the video of Biden falling for “incitement of violence" by scrubking in censorship

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Which are all you're white.

Clips clearly show microphones and Biden are not in the same shot, superimposed somehow, yet they literally gaslight you, comparing noticing something 100% obvious to believing in 'faked moon landings'. They do not respect us at all. by bobbobbybob in news

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the people holding the large mic would have to be fully in the frame of the first shot

Why?

Clips clearly show microphones and Biden are not in the same shot, superimposed somehow, yet they literally gaslight you, comparing noticing something 100% obvious to believing in 'faked moon landings'. They do not respect us at all. by bobbobbybob in news

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I thought it was fake at first, but seeing the second angle made it clear. I hadn't seen this video yet either. Being hostile to critical thinking and unwanted conclusions makes you a deliberate idiot, not enlightened or special.

Hi-tech brain implants the size of a salt grain could let people choose their own mood. Scientists in South Korea have suppressed cocaine-induced behaviour in rats injected with the drug using the chips, even working out how to charge them remotely by christnmusicreleases in technology

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Because moods couldn't have any more important aspects. Same for emotions -- screw them! Who needs feedback about their needs?

Americans Are Spending Their Stimulus Checks On Guns by tbwo in whatever

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Good luck spending it on ammo to go with them!

Biden falls as he climbs up stairs to Air Force One by tbwo in whatever

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imgur karens want to murder people not wearing masks by [deleted] in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Wait what? Karens are the ones pushing masks.

Clips clearly show microphones and Biden are not in the same shot, superimposed somehow, yet they literally gaslight you, comparing noticing something 100% obvious to believing in 'faked moon landings'. They do not respect us at all. by bobbobbybob in news

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You're gaslighting. It's real but you've just got to believe it's some conspiracy that only you are privy to.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_QQ2xj-nwQ

I hope the left trolls conspiracy nuts with this for the rest of his fake presidency. They should go out of their way to get fuzzy mics into shots in odd angles.

Liberal redditors confused over whether banning a rape shelter's fundraiser is morally okay by Terfenclaw in SuperStraight

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Apparently it was the only of 11 shelters in the area that was sex-segregated. The others allowed trannies in therefore men could be in the women's areas. Not exactly a good idea for rape victims.

[Unwitting Meme] A galaxy of genders for both boys and girls by [deleted] in SuperStraight

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The popup would more properly be labeled sex, because it's about body build.

What the S+ Movement is! by [deleted] in SuperStraight

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If a person is like most people, there is a small subset of people in the world that they would fuck, much smaller than all people with one of the two genital configurations. It's not like most people are candidates even if they are superstraight. The 'phobes act like only superstraights are selective about who they fuck.

What the S+ Movement is! by [deleted] in SuperStraight

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Supersexuals are attracted to the biological sex of an individual [...]. This by nature excludes trans people

It doesn't even exclude trans people, it just classifies them as they are than what they would like to imagine they are. Reproduction is funny like that, based on what will actually make babies.

"All of humanity's problems stem from man's inability to sit quietly in a room alone". -Blaise Pascal. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Sitting in a room alone you're forced to deal with the mess in your mind. If you can't escape to something else, you'll be motivated to clean it up. If you an be at peace with yourself, you won't feel so much need to go around meddling with others.

The Debugging Book - Tools and Techniques for Automated Software Debugging (free e-book) by [deleted] in books

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So $96 earned so far just on Saidit.

A Wordless Comic that says a lot from PebbleThrow by Tarrock in politics

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At first I thought it was a pedo, but your explanation makes more sense. "Muh dik!"

The stupid is strong with this one by [deleted] in USnews

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Those last two sentences leave no doubt that this is satire.

Ebay BANS people from reselling six 'offensive' Dr Seuss, but allows Mein Kampf and Louis Farrakhan's books to be sold by scrubking in censorship

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eBay REMOVES listings for canceled Dr Seuss books 'because they glorify violence' but allows copies of Mein Kampf and Louis Farrakhan's books to be sold

The guy in the comic is arguing that they allow laptops yet they could give far more yield than a water-bottle sized device, thinking they will see the error and unban bottles. But they see it as a reason to ban even more.

House Democrats Pass Sweeping Bill Making it Easier For Them to Steal Elections by scrubking in politics

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Requiring an ID suppresses voting rights? Do these suppressed people never have to show an ID for anything?

This can't be true... right? by newguy in conspiracy

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High IQ isn't enough. You can break any human with adverse treatment. You can't raise it, but you can effectively lower it by crippling a person in life.

This can't be true... right? by newguy in conspiracy

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This is how good genetics formed, by the natural rewards of reality favoring being smart and resourceful.

How exactly is this racist? by [deleted] in censorship

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Only shows white people and one yellow one.

Has anyone said NO to temperature-taking at your work? by molechs_abort_babies in AskSaidIt

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Hold an ice cube to your forehead just before getting your temperature. Or a hot cup of coffee.

Arizona Education Department Provides ‘Equity Toolkit’ That Shows Racism Starts At 3 Months Old by scrubking in politics

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Translation: babies are able to recognize hostile behavior at 3 months old.

Popular flea collar linked to almost 1,700 pet deaths. The EPA has issued no warning. by Monday3 in whatever

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Who the hell uses flea collars these days?

Also, I wonder how harmful those drops you put on a pet's neck are.

This can't be true... right? by newguy in conspiracy

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It allows IQ to better determine reproductive success.

Stimulus check: $1,400 for you, $1,400 a week for federal employees by purselady in whatever

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Not sure why you think I believe in the dollar. It's toilet paper. Only a fool would keep lots of dollars as wealth. But it is a medium of exchange, e.g. you work, get money, then buy something with it. That's all currency is good for, temporary transfer of value. Money actually holds its value, but the dollar hasn't been real money for a long time, when it was actually redeemable for gold and silver.

This can't be true... right? by newguy in conspiracy

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Smart kids aren't useful if they lead broken lives and never amount to much. That's what single parenthood brings, broken people.

This can't be true... right? by newguy in conspiracy

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If we stopped rewarding single-mother families and people who make poor decisions, the problem would correct itself without any eugenics.

Stimulus check: $1,400 for you, $1,400 a week for federal employees by purselady in whatever

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It's used as a medium of exchange. What's not real about that?

I've never thought about how long it would take to print bills.

As the Hydrogen Economy Heats Up, This Automaker is Turning to Fuel Cell Cars by Chop_Chop in Hydrogen

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The hydrogen "economy".

Hydrogen is a powerful fuel, and a frequent component in rocket fuel, but numerous technical challenges prevent the creation of a large-scale hydrogen economy. These include the difficulty of developing long-term storage, pipelines and engine equipment; a relative lack of off-the-shelf engine technology that can currently run safely on hydrogen; safety concerns due to the high reactivity of hydrogen fuel with environmental oxygen in the air; the expense of producing it by electrolysis; and a lack of efficient photochemical water splitting technology.

Sex life gone bad after SRS by jet199 in neovaginadisasters

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That smell is probably the relocated saliva glands from the intestine. Lovely.

HUMAN LAB RATS: UK to infect volunteers with coronavirus in world’s first human challenge trial – NaturalNews.com by christnmusicreleases in news

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So they're going to give young volunteers the flu?

Stimulus check: $1,400 for you, $1,400 a week for federal employees by purselady in whatever

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It impacts our own citizens by devaluing their money currency and things denominated in it. It's not delayed until the day of reckoning, it's constantly dragging people's currency down.

Stimulus check: $1,400 for you, $1,400 a week for federal employees by purselady in whatever

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In both cases it's being stolen from people who hold dollars.

Somebody took all my peppers by AmericanMuskrat in whatever

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Was his name Peter Piper?

Germans scientists say that Vitamin D increases the immune system by 3-5 times and is better than any vaccine. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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That is to say, a deficiency of vitamin D has serious effects on one's immune system. These aren't magical substances, but a healthy body is.

With banks on the verge of cutting off gun shops, will those who support the Second Amendment switch to cryptocurrency? by MarcoPolo in whatever

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Uhhh... don't use a bank?

California Bill Proposes to Fine Retailers That Maintain Separate Clothing and Toys Sections for Boys and Girls by MarcoPolo in politics

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I agree, they are fine retailers who recognize the differences. But what is the proposal made to these fine retailers?

Things seem tense, so... cat pic. by AmericanMuskrat in whatever

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I'm allergic to kittens as in the picture. Their faces are so gross looking.

Is Your Land Really Yours If The Government Can Watch You Whenever It Wants? by march3 in whatever

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Watch? If you don't pay your governmental overlords they evict you. You effectively rent your land from the state.

On The Babylon Bee podcast, Kyle, Ethan, and Wes read through a hilarious debate between Wikipedia's editors over whether The Babylon Bee is funny satire -- or dangerous right-wing disinformation. by Chipit in NotTheOnion

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They are good points. Satire is meant as a vehicle for scathing critique. But, I think they get the causation wrong. People read the Bee because it's funny. It's funny because it humorously illustrates things readers already know to be true.