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19% suspicionFlytape • (25/02/18 07:41:19)
You would be wrong. They frequently celebrate when they manage to take over a sub, these are the same people who police reddits users with subs like SRS and topmindsofreddit. I have no idea why you're doing backflips trying to defend their behavior while throwing flak my way. You should reconsider.
22% suspicionmrsteeler96 • (25/02/18 07:41:08)
Don’t cry now. Do you need a “safe place”?
10% suspicionOBKayBee • (25/02/18 07:40:48)
Here is just one example of FBI intervening 3 years ago over threats to kill officers in YouTube comments https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2014/12/23/man-threatens-cops-youtube-colorado/20827997/ So this kid was reported multiple times, made comments on YouTube about wanting to be professional sch00l sh00ter, but the FBI didn't intervene? Also, here is an interesting story in another thread about a schizophrenic kid who was arrested on foiled bombing attempt whose parents say was set up by the FBI - http://archive.is/z1S4E.
39% suspicionSpanner_Magnet • (25/02/18 07:40:36)
grass. trees. birds. most rodents. Hell even wolves go for the weakest in the herd
12% suspicionspewingtruth • (25/02/18 07:40:25)
This guy hasn’t a serious errection for you. Welcome to Reddit!
3% suspicionTurntupgreens • (25/02/18 07:40:15)
I strongly believe that it is a test on a big scale. The point of the test is to see how much they can get away with before people start to riot and come together and overthrow the government. I think it is to see how it will fare on a much larger population. Possibly set up by agencies around the world to observe together. Just a theory.
35% suspicionthehumanfaucet • (25/02/18 07:40:11)
The express purpose that the founders put the 2nd is so that you can shoot those that infringe upon you .
86% suspicionBloodyYagoda • (25/02/18 07:40:10)
Yep, why the fuck would I give up my guns? You and people like you don’t have the authority to take my guns, nor will you ever. Deal with it.
82% suspicionjoelberg • (25/02/18 07:40:01)
I'm not pissed. Just pointing out the obvious. I would never let something someone said online "piss me the fuck off". It might make me sad for society in general but that's about as far as I or anyone one else should let it go to.
3% suspiciontorkarl • (25/02/18 07:39:36)
> welcome our new AI overlords Sounds like you are one already? > intellectual fortitude is a must Including not just a mastery of techno-social apparatuses, but the much more difficult task for an average citizen like me and - I assume - you. Figuring out what technology already exists but is not allowed in the marketplace. And that goes for education as well as jobs. Show me a vocational school talking about quantum transportation and I'll show you a strong nation. We did have that, essentially, in WWII, but with industry, not tech. It's a different game. > only 2x better than China If the Americans were not allowed free access to the technology of the early 20th century (Tesla just an example) - why would the Chinese have it? The thing about tech is that it can be copied much faster than it can be "grown from soil" in a culture. Look at the [list](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Innovation_Index) of tech-innovation nations. China's in at 13.
3% suspicionRecoveringGrace • (25/02/18 07:39:26)
How? Please explain. Do you think it is lack of safety training, licensing and registration that allows for school shootings? And you can be 16 and operate a vehicle. I may be wrong but I believe most shooters have been 16 or older.
9% suspicionandrewjackson1828 • (25/02/18 07:39:14)
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22% suspicionixexexekal • (25/02/18 07:39:04)
>But which must come first in America? The removal of the former ushers in the dispersal of the latter. >Yes. Then what the hell is up with the LGBT nonsense? >Takes money away from the state. Not if the church is the state, it doesn't. >Patriotism to one's natural home would need to be destroyed first. So patriotism is going strong, if not even stronger? Sounds more like you need to revise that list of yours.
2% suspicionmordacaiyaymofo • (25/02/18 07:38:55)
I didn't see it. I'd like to see it though. Have you a link?
8% suspicionexkreations • (25/02/18 07:38:50)
C'mon, that was only a debate for a federal election that they fixed. This is for a *town hall about general policy*. Totally different levels of import, and I'm actually offended you questioned CNN's honesty and dignity. /shill
11% suspicionWormwood03 • (25/02/18 07:38:39)
Thats the problem, the only valid argument for this weapon is "i like it and i want it". Well thats not more important than human life so we really dont care what toys people want anymore
2% suspicionTurntupgreens • (25/02/18 07:38:30)
I am in agreement with this. I think it’s a giant test to be honest. I think it’s been part of a test for quite some time set up by agencies around the world. Observing and seeing how humans are affected so they know what to expect on a massive scale. Just a theory of mine. Nothing to back it up. Just makes sense I guess.
22% suspicionVersaceBlonde • (25/02/18 07:38:22)
So is it 6 or 7 days of the week you hang out with him daily? Oh none? Good way to judge someone you don’t know at all and only what the news and trash magazines put in a story.
1% suspicionfeynmaniac • (25/02/18 07:38:10)
Reposting bc I forgot SS: A tidbit found on a popular different sub that explains how a lot of us feel regarding the Russian interference narrative
68% suspicionmikesworld31 • (25/02/18 07:37:53)
Would you just listen to the damn bot and shut up already?
3% suspicionPake1000 • (25/02/18 07:37:51)
The burden of proof is in the kid and his father for claiming the town hall was scripted without supporting evidence. The family released the emails per Tucker Carlson's request and CNN provided evidence the emails were edited and that the father had worked on the speech. Since I have no plans to ever doctor an and lie to the public, there's no chance it'll happen to me.
5% suspicionBloodyYagoda • (25/02/18 07:37:29)
Sure I don’t “need” it, but I own one anyway and I like it. It’s safer to defend my home with an AR than with a handgun, so it’s nice to have.
3% suspicionbaebaebokchoy • (25/02/18 07:37:09)
What exactly would you like to see?
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3% suspicionhawkeemunkee22 • (25/02/18 07:36:48)