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Topic   Concealed Carry Reciprocity

Mexico
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11:49pm
Can y'all tards stop using snowflake wrong, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EP5aqAC8PPY

Topic   For those who want to try bitcoin and litecoin

Mexico
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2:53pm
coinbase fees are crap and they are more expensive than other places to actually buy crypto from, but if you want to get in sign up for a coinbase account and gdax account (same company), deposit money into your gdax account and then place limit buys/sells to avoid the fees.

Topic   Christian varieties, what's the story?

Mexico
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11-Dec
Yall normies are confusing coal burning/mudsharking, cucks and soy boys or bugmen.

coal burner/mudshark - white woman that has relations with a black male

cuck - someone that sells out

soy boy - effeminate numale (like the buzzfeed writers with low T)

bugmen - Soulless creatures whose whole existence is solely about consumerism

Bonus lesson: Amerimutt - http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/amerimutt-le-56-face

Topic   Should we start a thread for the hollywood sex scandals?(pedo rings galore)

Mexico
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30-Nov
Scots wrote:
> Mexico wrote:
>
>> Also the only thing Louis
>> CK did wrong is be unattractive, if you ever had relations while there are other
>> people around it is not unusual to lock the door and he asked for consent. Granted
>> the women thought he was joking but I did not see a claim that he ever forced
> himself
>> onto them or held them prisoner and I doubt that he would have continued if they
>> told him they wanted to stop and leave.
>
> So you don't have an issue with whipping it out and beginning to masturbate in front
> of women without them consenting to it?

He asked and they said sure while laughing thinking it was a joke.
Mexico
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* 30-Nov
Feeb wrote:
> I had an interesting discussion at work yesterday with 6 different women. To preface:
> they are pretty good ladies and claim to be Christians- a fact that clearly leaves
> nothing off the table for me but nonetheless they openly profess it.
>
> Anyway the topic was sexual assault. All of the ladies in a casual setting said that
> none of the things they heard about bothered them unless it was done to their child.
> They all said things to the effect of they would welcome the "massage man" to get
> a little frisky etc.
>
> This was pretty dumbfounding to me especially when they put it in such a blunt way.
>
>
> Are we fooling ourselves as a society and pretending we uphold certain values that
> we indeed do not? From this conversation I learned that it IS situationally ok to
> do some of the "sexual" things, even without first asking consent, that people get
> destroyed for.
>
> How many times did these guys do something that the other party even allowed or enjoyed
> before they tried it on the wrong person?
>
> Very eye opening to me. Definitely a small sample size but these ladies seemed to
> think a large number of their peers agree with the sentiment.

A lot of ladies like a man that takes the initiative, which sadly seems to be a lot of the sexual harassment stuff is trying to vilify. For instance Matt Lauer asking women up to his hotel room, I do not find that as a bad action, in fact I would say that is fine as long as he was not trying to bribe them or threaten them. Not sure all the details about the other stuff he was accused about. Also the only thing Louis CK did wrong is be unattractive, if you ever had relations while there are other people around it is not unusual to lock the door and he asked for consent. Granted the women thought he was joking but I did not see a claim that he ever forced himself onto them or held them prisoner and I doubt that he would have continued if they told him they wanted to stop and leave.

Topic   Some decent Gamefly games on sale....

Mexico
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20-Nov
Micromachines has been $5 at redbox, you do not get a case and no telling what disc condition or if you will get a paper copy and have to call them to get a refund.

Topic   Charles Manson dead!


Topic   Gender Equality

Mexico
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20-Nov
Karaiya wrote:
> @Mexico its all good, troll away. But the trolling is mutual as long as we continue
> to respond to one another.
agreed
Mexico
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* 20-Nov
Karaiya wrote:
> Mexico, you literally are the angry white male feminists are talking about. I think
> you think you respect women but based on everything you've written you're certainly
> biased and contemptuous of anyone of them that has a different perspective than you
> do.
>
> @Scott I think like, me Jaw is just kind of fed up with the bullcrap excuses men
> come up with to defend their institutions of disrepect and power over women. I wouldn't
> say he us antagonistic. He is certainly indignant and for good reason. Many of
> the things I have read here today are troubling and problematic. One because we
> we are all men arguing about what women should be getting paid, behaving like, dressing,
> acting with no representative voice of our very limited female member base here.
>
>
> This is very similar to how society has always done this. Lets talk about womens
> issues but lets not talk to women about womens issues. Not just your wife, mommy,
> sister, but women in your communities. Respecting women is about engaging them about
> what concerns them and not being defensive about your penis or your masculinity.

Le angry black man is projecting again.Telling you and Jaw are retarded neomarxists is not me being angry, in fact it is quite nice trolling time to time.
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edit: Osiris is the one who brought up race and you idiots butted it like usual.
Mexico
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20-Nov
theJaw wrote:
> @Mexico See that's the thing. You literally can't consider people backig female equality
> withot equating it to somehong sexual. I don't need help getting anyone to "touch
> my peepee", your crapty meme-culture does nothing but make you look like an idiot.
> As does assuming I'm retarded for not sharing your extremely narrow viewpoints.
>

It is a meme but even patton oswalt agrees on the male ally shtick is pretty bad - https://pics.me.me/patton-oswalt-pattonoswalt-the-...
Also how narrow do you think my view is, do you think I have not researched a lot, that seems an awful lot like, "privelaged white male assumes that anyone who opposes his viewpoint is unaware of what they're talking about." (Nice spelling there btw)


> However it seems you're the one with the mental block. Apart from your own bastardation
> of the English language, you really don't understand how your privelage comes through
> with the bullcrap rhetoric you crap out. The proof is in the pudding, man.
>

What proof, point out my privilege or check your own
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> But guess what man, just like our version of English can be considered "bastardized"
> from the way they used to, and in some cases still do, speak it in the UK, that's
> pidgin for ya. You very blatantly don't understand how language works. Pidgin is
> a simplified form of English used in parts of Africa because it made it easier for
> natives to communicate with other English speaking people. It is still used for that
> reason, just like any language developed to make speaking between two groups easier
> is depending on region.

So centuries of involvement between the english and africans and the best they can come up with it pidgin, also I understand what bastardization means and agree that we use a bastardized form of english but it is still not as bad as pidgin.
Mexico
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20-Nov
theJaw wrote:
> @Mexico uh, I didn't assert that only white males should decide what to do with their
> power. Unless I'm misunderstanding your poorly written post, I don't see what you're
> getting at.
>

The sarcasm that Osiris posted was what I responded to and you butted your head into that convo.

> What "motive" would I have to lie about females deserving equality? Do you even read
> the paranoid bullcrap you type? Go back to your bomb shelter.
>

Not sure, best guess is that you would fall into the male ally position.
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> And I know you're privelaged because you talk out your ass about how equality among
> females or other races automatically ousts white people from power. If you truly
> think that, then you're sheltered from the reality of things.

Again this is why I am assuming retardation on your part and not malice. You do not know crap about me or how "privileged" I am and you offer no proof.

>Hey, that was almost definitely written by somebody who doesn't speak English as their primary language. What's your excuse?

No they speak pidgin which is a bastardization of english in africa and I already gave my excuse.
Mexico
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20-Nov
theJaw wrote:
> dustin11 wrote:
>> theJaw wrote:
> |>> dustin11 wrote:
>> |>> theJaw wrote:
> |>> |>> Hires* their*
> |>> |>>
> |>> |>> If this is the average educated white male, we're fudgeed.
>> |>>
>> |>> You think that's bad? Go to a forum for Rap music then let me know what you
> think
>> |>> of a misused "their".
> |>>
> |>> Well sure but 1) I'm sure a lot of the members on a rap forum are also white,
>> don't
> |>> really see relevance there. And 2) I also doubt there are many conversations
> on
>> gender
> |>> equality or black dominance discussions taking place on most rap forums because,
> |>> well, they're not political forums. These sort of hard-hitting topics should
> be
>> reserved
> |>> for the websites with only the most astute political minds. You know, like here,
> |>> on a majority-white male oriented video game forum....
>>
>> I'm talking about the poor grammar that is frequently used on said forums.
>
> Right. A lot of which is likely perpetrated by white folks, just like here. I don't
> see your reason for calling out rap forms specifically.

how about this then, https://www.bbc.com/pidgin
Mexico
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20-Nov
theJaw wrote:
> Mexico wrote:
>> theJaw wrote:
> |>> @Mexico Ending white patriarchy isn't an innate attack on white or family culture.
> |>> It's just advocating equality. No one is trying to take power from your demographic,
> |>> just disperse it to others demographics.
> |>>
>>
>> Redistribution of power is not taking from someone else then?
>>
>> You are contradicting yourself. You should actually read up a bit on the neo-marxist
>> bullcrap you preach.
>
> Oh weird, privelaged white male assumes that anyone who opposes his viewpoint is
> unaware of what they're talking about. Geez never seen that before.
>
> Redistribution of power does not innately take those originally in power out of power.
> It just forces them to work with others. And again, considering white men aren't
> nearly the only people on Earth, this needs to happen.
>
> The planet will not be solely run by white males as hard as you close your eyes and
> wish it. Sorry bud.
>

How do you know I am privileged bud? You are again contradicting yourself, so I am assuming you are unaware of what you are actually saying. Unless of course you are aware but rather be duplicitous and lie about what your motives are.

https://www.google.com/search?q=redistribution&oq=...

As for the planet being solely run by white males, I don't give a rat's ass about that but by Osiris' and your own assertion only white males should get to decide what to do with their "power". Also I am sure you and everyone of your fellow neomarxist jerk offs are really doing a great job by being the savior of PoC everywhere! I am certain that the people that had conquered most of the world then decided to give those countries independence could not have done so without your help!

Great job complaining about my spelling after I only got 2 hours and this not being formal paper.
Mexico
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20-Nov
Admiral wrote:
> Mexico wrote:
>> Admiral wrote:
> |>> dustin11 wrote:
> |>>
> |>> Can there be bias? Absolutely. Anyone can make a study that shows what they are
>> trying
> |>> to prove.
> |>>
> |>> But to say it doesn't exists anywhere is turning a blind eye to a real problem.
> |>>
> |>> I think if it exists in SOME places, then it needs to be a discussion. It's a
>> bias,
> |>> a prejudice, a mistreatment of a group of people. Not much unlike racism.
> |>>
> |>> Will it ever be perfect? Doubtful, because there will always be uneducated/ignorant
> |>> people that WANT to mistreat minorities or women. But it's worth a shot.
> |>>
> |>> I'm certain that none of YOU are in favor of unfairness...so why not just hear
>> people
> |>> out when they say something is an issue? It's not hurting anything, and it MIGHT
> |>> just be true!
>>
>> Cool, when are we going to have the talks about Jewish Nepotism then? Might have
>> to unfreeze PoG.
>
> SURE, let's talk about it. Who is unwilling to talk about this? Jews? Then that's
> wrong too.

A lot of people actually, they call it antisemitic when someone brings it up. Nepotism is not inherently bad or evil either. For instance lets say a business owner highers there son or daughter at a rate that is more than his other workers, while not fair to the other workers it is that person's business. Now Jews tend to have strong in group preference and practice nepotism, we see this in hollywood, news broadcasting, investment firms, etc. So is it wrong for them to do that and be prejudice against the gentile?
Mexico
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20-Nov
theJaw wrote:
> @Mexico Ending white patriarchy isn't an innate attack on white or family culture.
> It's just advocating equality. No one is trying to take power from your demographic,
> just disperse it to others demographics.
>

Redistribution of power is not taking from someone else then?

You are contradicting yourself. You should actually read up a bit on the neo-marxist bullcrap you preach.

Topic   This week in American shootings.

Mexico
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20-Nov
DiamondDave wrote:
> These all sound like 5 second questions. "No, doubtful, maybe but we need to hook
> them up to a lie detector test first just to be sure and absolutely if #1 really
> was no". There's really not much to investigate here I think unless the question
> is "Well crap, we honestly have no idea where the gun came from, maybe the 5 year
> old crafted it"

Most likely neglect charges will be brought against the parents along with other charges which could result in them losing custody of the kids.

Topic   Gender Equality

Mexico
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20-Nov
Admiral wrote:
> dustin11 wrote:
>
> Can there be bias? Absolutely. Anyone can make a study that shows what they are trying
> to prove.
>
> But to say it doesn't exists anywhere is turning a blind eye to a real problem.
>
> I think if it exists in SOME places, then it needs to be a discussion. It's a bias,
> a prejudice, a mistreatment of a group of people. Not much unlike racism.
>
> Will it ever be perfect? Doubtful, because there will always be uneducated/ignorant
> people that WANT to mistreat minorities or women. But it's worth a shot.
>
> I'm certain that none of YOU are in favor of unfairness...so why not just hear people
> out when they say something is an issue? It's not hurting anything, and it MIGHT
> just be true!

Cool, when are we going to have the talks about Jewish Nepotism then? Might have to unfreeze PoG.
Mexico
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* 20-Nov
Osiris wrote:
> MentalVortex wrote:
>> Men are naturally designed to be stronger,
>> faster, and most importantly, MORE LOGICAL AND CAPABLE OF REASONING ABILITY.
> |
> Bill, appreciate your keeping this in General, it is entertaining to see what a
> bunch of age 20-40 something generally white males think about women's issues in
> particular as they realize their hegemony is coming to an end.
>
> The above comment should provide some interesting cannon fodder for the discussion.
>
> It is informative to read what one group (by race, sex, ethnicity, religion, etc)
> will pontificate on about what another group should think, experiences or what their
> daily reality is.

>There is no cultural attack on white males and the family unit
>LETS ALL WORK TOWARDS AN END TO THE WHITE PATRIARCHY!

Pick one.

Topic   This week in American shootings.

Mexico
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17-Nov
yankees7448 wrote:
> Mexico wrote:
>
>
> I am not sure by what you mean by furniture of a gun. It kind of sounds like you're
> talking about those features of a gun that lawmakers defined as characteristics of
> assault weapons that gun nuts deride as cosmentic features. Stuff like barrel shrouds,
> those pistol grip attachment on the rifles barrel etc.) I think they've generally
> underplayed how those attachment improve the lethality of a weapon. For instance,

How lethal a gun is, is due to the caliber it is chambered for, ammo used, and person shooting it. 5.56 NATO is a round targeted to wound people (what the military mostly uses as a wounded solider requires medial attention and aid from his fellow soliders vs a dead one) which is why it is similar to .223 and .223 is not much different from .22. While initial velocity would be greater from shooting a rifle (longer barrel allows to bullet to spin more) penetration distance is roughly the same. Difference would be on impact and exit, a 9mm pistol would have greater exit impact while a 5.56 rifle would have a greater impact upon entry. Furniture (ex https://s3.amazonaws.com/mgm-content/sites/armslis...) is the "scary" or "old" looking difference and attachments like forward assists that are there for comfort more than anything.

> barrel shrouds protect the shooter from burning his hands holding the barrel. The
> more you shoot in a short time span the hotter the barrel gets. Limiting the effect
> of heat on the shooters hand allows him to shoot more often for longer periods of

Stephen Paddock's guns had barrel shrouds and yet he still had to wear gloves due to the barrels overheating (which also messes up ballistics). Alternately other things he could have done is set the guns on pillows or use bipods or hold them from magwell.

> time. While I've never fired a rifle outside of a video game from the pictures I've
> seen I imagine that pistol grip under the barrel looks like it would improve accuracy.
> It just seems to me that the position of the hand holding the forward pistol grip
> is more natural and comfortable than holding the gun under the barrel. A more natural
> and comfortable grip makes it easier to handle the gun and shoot it more effectively.

Not really, here is an example of a guy bump firing the mini 14 ranch, look at the position of how he is holding the gun with his left hand - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gjmASo0byU

> Collapsible stocks make rifles easier to conceal and use in close combat situations.

You can take down a lot of rifles real fast, you can use a fixed folded stock, an arm brace, or go without.

> I would imagine flash suppressors make it more difficult to to pinpoint the location
> of a shooter at range. The longer it takes for someone to find where you're shooting
> from the easier it is to kill them before they find you.
>

Real life is quite different from the movies and games, flash hiders do not get rid of he flash but rather redirect it more outward from the user. Suppressors are not silencers but rather make it to wear you are not going to get tinnitus from shooting without ear protection.

> Weapons that allow you to accurately rain down shots against targets at distance
> are extremely dangerous and should not be in the hands of non-police or military.
> We've seen all to often recently what they are capable of in the hands of crazy people
> against soft targets.
>


So you want to do away with bolt action rifles then? What about lever action? If Paddock was going for accuracy with a higher caliber gun he would have killed a lot more people.

> I think it looks cool as $hit but I don't think anyone should have it. It looks to
> me that it is more of a SMG than a true pistol. That's probably why the guy in the
> video refers to it on a couple of occasions as an AR-style pistol. I also think it
> looks a little cumbersome to reach for if you're half asleep and someone breaks into
> your home.

That is a pistol due to barrel length and attachments due to classifications, AR15 is just a platform so it has the same basic mechanisms so that is why it is an AR15 pistol. Also since I am not sure if you know or not (it has been repeated here a lot), that AR stands for Armalite which is the company that designed the gun.
Mexico
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* 17-Nov
yankees7448 wrote:
> DiamondDave wrote:
>> Mexico wrote:
> |>> yankees7448 wrote:
>> |>> Mexico wrote:
> |>> |>> yankees7448 wrote:
>> |>> |>> Mexico wrote:
>> |>> |>>
>> |>> No.
> |>>
> |>> why not?
>>
>> He has no idea why. That's like asking a deaf man what offends him about B flat
>> scale, he literally does not know.
>>
>> But fudge that noise.
>
> I know its a semi-automatic. I know enough about guns to know that is an M-14 (though
> it kinda looked like an M-1 Garand). F*cking gun nuts like to pull this lazy bait
> and switch. Show off a picture of an old model semi-automatic and catch anti-gun
> people into saying its ok only for the gun nut to jump in and say "YOU SEE.....You
> just don't want people to have AR-15 and AK-47s because they look scary.
>
> Been there done that. I've watched enough war movies, documentaries and played Call
> of Duty enough not to fall for it. That guy Mexico should try to find a more obscure
> countries weaponry if he wants to trick people. I may be a freedom hating liberal
> but I do know something about Merica's weapons.

The mini 14 is a newer, smaller, and lightweight semi automatic version of the m-14. The problem is people do not know enough about guns, it typically comes chambered in 5.56 nato (also takes .223).I have seen a couple of 42 round magazines floating in the wild but the most common are 10 and 30 round mags. You can change the furniture of the gun that does nothing to make it more lethal. You can add a scope to most guns.

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> Handguns are legit personal defense.
> Shotguns are legit hunting weapons.
> Bolt action rifles are legit hunting weapons for skilled ranged shooters. (no huge
> calibers like .50 caliber or anything though. I know they make .50 caliber bolt actions
> as well.)

So now that we have proven you to know at least enough (from your CoD and Saving Private Ryan experience) to know that furniture does not make a gun more lethal what would your opinion be on this handgun

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDmzTuN4Qo0


Topic   This week in American shootings.

Mexico
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16-Nov
yankees7448 wrote:
> Mexico wrote:
>> yankees7448 wrote:
> |>> Mexico wrote:
> |>>
> No.

why not?
Mexico
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* 16-Nov
yankees7448 wrote:
> Mexico wrote:
>
>> joke: HAHA! You are so scared you need a gun, you pussy!
>>
>> woke: Ha! You are so scared of guns you want to ban the populace from owning them!
>
> I am not trying to ban people from owning guns. I just want to keep some guns people
> non-soldiers don't need to have out the hands of non-soldiers. If you're fighting
> ISIS you need an AR-15. If you're fighting Bubby to get to the front of the line
> at Arby's you don't.

So why ban an AR15? What about a mini 14 like this? Would this be more acceptable?

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Mexico
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16-Nov
yankees7448 wrote:
> Dustin wrote:
>> Good one. Again, totally relevant!
>
> So is asking someone who thinks guns are for soldiers, policemen, hunters or suburban
> rambos who are scared to leave their own house how many gun shows he's been to. Unless
> your argument eventually gets to the answer that private sellers do not sell guns
> at gun shows then your question is irrelevant.

joke: HAHA! You are so scared you need a gun, you pussy!

woke: Ha! You are so scared of guns you want to ban the populace from owning them!
Mexico
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16-Nov
Feeb wrote:
> That's a tough one... see if you can think through that by yourself. We're discussing
> number of guns and the resultant number of "deaths by guns" ... the answer is in
> there...

Actually Scots wrote - "Crime and murder rates have been on the decline for years throughout that growth."

Also the topic is about shootings not suicides, so how about an answer? Or would you like to compare us to another land locked country that is highly homogeneous with strong societal trust?
Mexico
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16-Nov
Feeb wrote:
> Mexico wrote:
>> Feeb wrote:
> |>> Gun deaths have increased through all means over the last two annual reports.
>> You
> |>> can link the cdc numbers as well. The definitive study showing probable causation
> |>> had been written off by your ilk as "bad science."
> |>>
> |>>
> |>> Ironically I sense the semantics card is on the horizon.
>>
>> Gun deaths from the cdc and your "definitive" include suicide which would be attempted
>> another way, love them semantics though!
>
> "Plus the clear increase in annual firearm deaths through homicide as reported through
> the CDC suggest they won't come looking to punch us."
>
> If you're keeping up.
>
> Yessir. Firearm deaths are reported for accidental: 3 year old kills himself or
> baby brother, drunk red neck blows a hole in his femoral etc, homicide: this is clear-
> crime and other means- maniacs shooting up innocents; as well as a suicide statistic.
> That's all not relevant anyway. A gun death is a gun death.
>
> That's where I saw your semantics coming from a mile away.
>
> They have all causes of death reported in pretty nice graphs broken down very clearly.
>

Why on an issue of gun control where people state the issue with guns is their ability to easily kill large amounts of people, is suicide (which is rarely paired with a homicide) rates a tool used to advocate for tighter gun control and gun grabs? So semantically, what enforcement of previous laws or passage of new laws will change any of that?