Millennials and Gen Z - The worst generations ever!!! by Snow in whatever

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  1. monarchy
  2. republic
  3. democracy
  4. HONK HONK

🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡

Japanese police shoot paintballs to catch runaway speeders by magnora7 in whatever

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How would I know what will happen?

The best part about making an account early in a community's creation is that you get to pick the best usernames. by Adolf_Hitler in SaidIt

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Yeah man. I'm a cartoon character.

Saidit.net Canary #6 by magnora7 in SaiditCanary

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Thank you. Keep up the good work.

1 Hour of Clown World Music by sawboss in ClownWorld

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It's beautiful!

Welcome to SaidIt. Please be apprised of the "Terms & Content policy". by sawboss in CringeAnarchy

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full disclosure: I never participated in r/CringeAnarchy

hi, i'm a slut by sawboss in videos

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turkey pot-pie

Be always guided by these virtues: Diversity, Inclusion, Compassion, Kindness by sawboss in CringeAnarchy

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Interconnectedness

Welcome to /s/CringeAnarchy ! by Adolf in CringeAnarchy

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voat is bigger, but I personally hate the site's design and the userbase is pretty bad too.

You can say that again!

Would it be fun to submit things I like from r/CringeAnarchy ?

What do you call a guy with no arms and no legs in the middle of the ocean? by hennaojisan in funny

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It's a celebration of tasteless humor. No one wants to laugh alone in a crowd.

🤔 by Shinobu in CringeAnarchy

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I'm a big meany meany poop head. Does that count?

What conspiracy theory do you believe to be true? by EndlessSunflowers in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Good point! I missed mentioning the migration to cold northern climates. It promoted development by freezing to death those without the brain capacity to adapt. The fact that happens less often nowadays might explain some IQ decline in Western countries.

To Show Respect For Sri Lanka Victims, Democrats Vow Not To Mention Their Religion At All by useless_aether in Religion

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Yeah the Democrat party is run by scum.

A hard dilemma by 07user01 in CringeAnarchy

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Some time in some place I'd like to engage in a serious discussion on this question. Not here and now though.

This is what propaganda looks like: Men and Women Can't Be "Just Friends" by HeyImSancho in SundogsPlace

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I'm not surprised to see this propaganda in SA.

What conspiracy theory do you believe to be true? by EndlessSunflowers in MeanwhileOnReddit

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My 1st and favorite is hidden human history. If we're supposedly evolved over millions and billions of years why is it wrong to think there were advanced societies a million years ago? I think it makes sense. and archaeological evidence is starting to come to light (big thanks to the internet! and free flowing information!) Two great youtube channels on this topic are Mystery History and vlad9tv

Maybe. Here are the most significant events in human evolution I'm aware of. I don't see any reason they couldn't have occurred thousands of years before they eventually did.

  • Consumption of animal flesh to promote large brain development.
  • Discovery of cooking which facilitates greater nutrient extraction from meat and enables consumption of plants which would otherwise be inedible.
  • Development of agriculture removes the necessity to constantly migrate. Stationary communities with abundant food allow men to develop philosophy and science.
  • Harnessing fossil fuels and other natural resources enables construction of labor saving machines.

which brings me to #2 conspiracy theory. control of the narrative. I was thinking on my morning walk today how it is fine to be passionate about your favorite sportsball team or flavor of alcoholic poison - but don't get too excited about fixing erious problems with the structure of the modern mess we're in. pop culture does a good job of keeping millions of minds on the same page. (go blue team! lol)

Why would anyone even doubt that? The "bread and circuses" aspects of sports and brand wars are undeniable. At least, that's how I've always seen it.

also, #3 secret government programs. there is so much missing money. so many secrets. so much shady shit going on. testing. of all kinds. I'm sure there are some human-animal hybrids and other horrible wretched genetic experimental shit

I'm about 70% sure this must be true. It seems extremely likely that somewhere there are secret labs working to create super human soldiers and such. The Russians and Chinese have already cultivated extraordinary subjects though guided natural means. Now that we have access to genetic science that's the obvious next step. I welcome our beastman overlords!

Also, where the fuck did the moon come from!

https://www.britannica.com/list/where-did-the-moon-come-from

It seems we aren't sure of the answer, but we have a few guesses. My favorite theory is that it's a chunk of debris from a destroyed planet which held an orbit near enough to earth for it to get captured in our gravity.