I'm feeling... Rambunctious...! by Magnora69 in conspiracy

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Thanks

China’s chilling plan for complete social control by useless_aether in privacy

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Francis Bacon?

I'm feeling... Rambunctious...! by Magnora69 in conspiracy

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You have a vague, free-floating feeling of paranoia, especially when you hear the word event? That is normal, and just the way they want you to feel. I figure the events are spaced about a month apart on average, and the perpetrator is always either dead afterward or is unavailable for any sort of interview at all—even in print. Seems like a regular pattern.

So, everybody already got the call then?

64-year-old put his life savings in his carry-on. U.S. Customs took it without charging him with a crime. by voter in news

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Many are just uninformed and not very bright in the first place (Carlin's Law). Last night we watched some random HookTube street interviews asking citizens what the letters C, I, A stood for. Not one of five or so, got it right. Does that sound like a good random sample? I'm asking seriously.

China’s chilling plan for complete social control by useless_aether in privacy

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The worst part would be getting them to concentrate on the typewriters. Sure they would wonder about what it was, why it was there, how it would improve their lives. I think a short-term, intermittent reward system. So they would get food and one electric jolt hitting the pleasure centers of their brains when they start writing and more randomly during the writing session. Yes, Shakespeare is too long by far. We could say any work between a short story and novel would do as a winner. It could take centuries but we must know if it can be done.

Our next project would be: if a man speaks in the wilderness but there is no woman there to hear him— is he still wrong? Easy experimental design, for one.

China’s chilling plan for complete social control by useless_aether in privacy

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My hard drive is named DYSTOPIAN, really. Maybe it's just me but I don't want to look back, because something might be gaining on me. Strange thing is my own calmness about it. It's only a simulation. Not real. And is our simulation maker in someone else's simulation?

I will have to deal later with your assertion that a simulation would not be this high-res. Hmmm.

China’s chilling plan for complete social control by useless_aether in privacy

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Raised my ambient paranoia level by ~1.5 on a ten-point scale. Paradigm shifts will do that.

Obama Presidential Center to cost Illinois taxpayers nearly $200 million by voter in news

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I, for one, wish the Kenyan candidate would shut up. His grandmother insists he was born in Kenya, and it has been reported that his birth certificate is a well done forgery. There still are many suggesting he has connections to both the Catholics In Action and the Deep State. Plus, his wife used to play tight end for Notre Dame. No, that last one, I made up.

64-year-old put his life savings in his carry-on. U.S. Customs took it without charging him with a crime. by voter in news

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Anyone who leaves or enters the US with US $10,000 or more on them, in whatever form—cash, precious metals, etc.—must report it to "the authorities." All international travelers know this, even many of those who are mentally challenged. He was way over the line and I'm sure he knew the law. Within the last few years, it has become much more difficult for ordinary US citizens to move money around the world, unless you are rich enough. Try flying to say, Bangkok, and opening a bank account without the correct visa that will take you months to get, if all goes well. Good luck with that, but if you take the 55-minute hop to Cambodia, no problem sir.

China’s chilling plan for complete social control by useless_aether in privacy

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You know, it's not true that 500, or whatever number of monkeys given typewriters (in fact I hate this story.) would ever write all of Shakespeare, because the probability against this ever happening is a larger number that the number of molecules in the universe.

Donald Trump, a good part of his team and the current chairman of the federal reserve are apprentices of the jesuits. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Jesuits and Jews are a lethal mix. Have you seen the black pope's brand new papal pulpit, or is it rectumry? The inside and outside views are unmistakably that of a serpent's head. We have the first Jesuit Pope, and his hobby is astronomy, with special interest in our Sun. Inside the snake's head. The narrative is nonsense, but that picture says a lot.

Another controlled demolition: The Plasco Building Tehran (2017). When Will the World Notice? by Tom_Bombadil in conspiracy

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You could see the quibs clearly. A textbook example of controlled demolition. Or the first [edit: second. Pull it.] time a steel-framed building collapsed into its own footprint without being hit by a drone, uh, plane.

I'm feeling... Rambunctious...! by Magnora69 in conspiracy

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Set mood to rambunctious/edgy. Something about the Presidential Alert worries me.

‘Tin Foil Hat’ Folks Get the Last Laugh: CIA Director Lauds Chemtrails in CFR Speech by dragonslayer in conspiracy

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Screw that tin foil apparatus; I've got a Faraday Cage over my entire head and it is grounded to the bottom of my shoes. So here's my laugh at the Catholics In Action: HA. Thanks DS.

Trevor Moore: High in Church - "Kitty History" by useless_aether in music

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Bravo

SPREADING 9/11 TRUTH = DISCREDING MUELLER. The Robert Mueller that is currently investigating Trump is the same Mueller that directed the FBI during 9/11, and found the magic terrorist passports. A classic deep state agent. by Tom_Bombadil in conspiracy

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No, it makes everything better. I have called a couple of guys early in the morning and asked them: have you read my email yet. —uh, no man, its six thirty. —Well just trash it. Don't read it, it's got a virus or something. —Sure, I'll trash it. Good night.

Now I'm learning to slow down. Remember, nothing you guys say will get me upset, probably. I've done my share of surfing under the influence. There is no fine, but your email box gets empty pretty fast.

SPREADING 9/11 TRUTH = DISCREDING MUELLER. The Robert Mueller that is currently investigating Trump is the same Mueller that directed the FBI during 9/11, and found the magic terrorist passports. A classic deep state agent. by Tom_Bombadil in conspiracy

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The One-martooni-tee-many effect. The less said about my career, the better, but I never went to the dark side, except for those few days. When it clicked, you know, who they were, it was pretty scary. Do not be alarmed. I am not a spook or a bot...bot...bop...

Are Narcissists Psychotic? by Nechama in science

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That is a hard one, but I can say this: all narcissists are psychopaths. They are the center of the universe and only care about themselves. That's a rough definition of psychopath. But some psychopaths can keep it under control so they appear more or less normal to most people most of the time. Just look up >psychopathy scale (or test)< and you can find out in minutes if you or one of your loved ones is a psychopath. Of course there is a scale from mild, to "that dude is really boinked in the head man." (Excuse the technical jargon.)

Inspirational Hemingway Quotes by Nechama in quotes

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Good. One of his wives described a dinner party they attended just after being married. I'm not sure of the context or his phrasing but a tipsy Ernest announced to all guests that his wife had just had an operation to...uh make their genitals more compatible. What a guy.

Hunter Thompson wrote a fictional story, and he makes it clear that it is f I c t I o n a l. Hemingway is a terminal alcoholic, depressed and suicidal. He lacks a reason to go on living. He must prove himself, even if only he knows about the potentially messy affair. So, Ernest, a gun collector and living alone in Montana, picked out his favorite shotgun. He had used it often before so he knew the "pull" of the trigger. He loaded it and put the barrel in his mouth. Then he pulled the trigger slowly, and stopped just in time.

He did it every morning, the way some people would wash down 30 mgs of Adderall or put a dabble of cognac in his/her first coffee. But then one day he overdid it. Don't be like Ernest. Just let nature takes it course. [note to self: too dark?]

Not arguing with you, but about the photo, he is famous for saying that he wrote standing up and in the nude. The view must have been spectacular.

Trevor Moore: High in Church - "Kitty History" by useless_aether in music

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The end justifies the means, is my dating and kitty advice. No Kitties were harmed during the filming. Hey, that doesn't even make sense. Outrageously fine vid. Thanks again.

Just met an old friend this afternoon, and he says, first I've got to tell you to get a copy of The Peoples' History of the United States by Howard Zenn. I didn't have the heart to tell him I read it around twenty years ago. You guys are great or fantastic imposters.

Six more Solar Observatories closed.. by useless_aether in conspiracy

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As most will already know, the Vatican has opened a new observatory in Arizona, named Lucifer, that has solar observation capabilities. It has been described as one of the best observatories, or perhaps the best, in the world. What is going on?