Why Aren't The Extremely Wealthy Called "Extremists"? by Robin in AskSaidIt

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For more on how language frames our thought in this context listen to the start of http://www.unwelcomeguests.net/archive/ug750-5_The_Idolatry.mp3

Deep politicians by Robin in ConspiracyTheory

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i.e. It is controlled through money

New countries at sea? It's a novel idea by dcjogger in news

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Why I hate living in my tiny house by Vigte in whatever

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^Tetris^Sokoban

Why is drinking poison so popular? Are most people just that miserable? by EndlessSunflowers in whatever

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Was half expecting to so soda images here. Still not sure what this thread is about. See also http://fluoridealert.org/articles/jamacriticsims/ - so are we talking about water here? Maybe lack of more healthy things to drink?

Too many subs by Drewski in SaidIt

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Is there a procedure to merge subs? Could be tidier than leaving them unmaintained...

Did you know the US government paid damages ($100) to the family of Martin Luther King on account of their role in his assassination? by Robin in conspiracy

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Yeah, $1 is the traditional amount. So did I, until I looked it up. CBS puts it at $100: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/mlks-family-feels-vindicated/

Wikipedia is unbiased by x0x7 in censorship

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TIL that the late Philip Marshall has _two_ amazon author pages: by Robin in TIL

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Reminds me of how Peter Dale Scott's "The War Conspiracy" was allocated 2 ISBN numbers.

The world is on the brink of economic crisis or even collapse. Change my mind. by Horrux in finance

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"Believing that crises or collapse is imminent when it really isn't would carry less of a penalty..." Not necessarily. It's a stress factor, and can lead to crisis promoting behaviour (e.g. resource wars as people fight over the last few drops of oil, rather than addressing the long term issue)

The world is on the brink of economic crisis or even collapse. Change my mind. by Horrux in finance

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You mean the de facto scarcity comes from an attitude/expectation of scarcity? Kind of like a self-fulfilling prophecy?

The world is on the brink of economic crisis or even collapse. Change my mind. by Horrux in finance

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How search engines work is part of it. "Not" is a common 3 letter word, so easily missable in the scheme of things, as opposed to matching on all those other words.

I'd say that the world has always been on the brink of economic crisis. Something to do with lending out money at interest and demanding more back. Ah, but this crisis will be worse, people say. It was ever thus. Upping the ante is part of the rules of the game. "They can't keep creating money for ever", people say, but when asked why not the logic goes hazy.

I avoid such metaphors as "economic collapse" (and it is a metaphor) - too much FUD...

"Plan to kill off mosquitoes backfires, spawning mutant hybrid insects" by Robin in news

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Hence the " marks.

A 2015 Guardian article that omitted the bigger picture by Robin in propaganda

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What tactful cropping of that image! For the uncropped "bigger picture" see https://wikispooks.com/wiki/File:Prince_Andrew_Virginia_Roberts_Ghislaine_Maxwell.jpg

How the Guardian cropped that 2001 photo by [deleted] in propaganda

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"Ghislaine Maxwell made secret visits to Palace to see Prince Andrew" by Robin in pedogate

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Two reasons: 1) Where is she anyway? 2) Her backers control the legal system

The Broken Presidential Destiny of JFK, Jr. by Robin in history

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Do you mean that people discovered it then, or that post 1997 they no longer knew it?

TIL that JFK Jr. died in a small plane crash in 1999. by Robin in TIL

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Right. What else is there out there?

Google Now - Site blacklist - from Project Veritas by Robin in censorship

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"Israel did it" by Robin in 911truth

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Wikispooks' busiest day of the year: https://wikispooks.com/piwik/

But Someone Would Have Talked — 9/11 Whistleblowers by hennaojisan in 911truth

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