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Topic   Destroy your Coffee Property

DiamondDave
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13-Nov(#1)
Yet another Russia Social Networking Special, we've got people smashing their Keurigs to show those stupid libs what we do to people who drop their ads from the Sean Hannity Dipcrap Club. Considering most serious liberals view Keurigs as wasteful and destructive to the environment and would rather they disappeared anyways, I'm not sure who's supposed to be upset here. Keurig's already got their money, they're just destroying their own property. At least get into a store or a friend's house and break someone ELSE'S Keurigs.
ninesalone
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13-Nov(#2)
While I do think it's ridiculous to protest every company that doesn't line up with your values, I also think companies shouldn't play partisan games. This all started because a liberal was triggered that they advertised during Sean Hannity. Get over it. These boycotts will have some effect though.

What exactly are you suggesting with the Russia conspiracy stuff cooked up by far-left outlets though? That conservatives are boycotting because Russia is pushing them to do it? Russian government? Citizens?

If you're suggesting the Russian government is actually on a mission to get conservatives to destroy their property, I think you're nuts.

If you're suggesting citizens in Russia share in the outrage of conservatives tired of companies bending to offended snowflakes, then who cares?

DiamondDave
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* 13-Nov(#3)
If you'll click the handy link in the OP, you'll see that, actually, Russia IS actively promoting the hashtag and egging people to smash their coffeepots... there's nothing to cook, that's trending. I really don't think Russians give a crap about Keurigs, this is much more likely to be yet another social media influence push for [unknown reasons], the same stuff you see on Facebook where Russia buys up a bunch of ads for divisive or fake news propaganda. Unless we follow Trump's lead and take the former KGB figurehead at his word that he's not throwing coals into the fire to destabilize and divide; hell, if he's smart, he gave whatever social engineering group he handed this task to a mandate to "just fudge with them" and literally has no idea how, what or why they're doing what they do, but suggesting it's not a thing's pretty dumb at that point. It's proven to not only be happening, but is clearly still happening.

Though I do find the thought that you honestly think Russia cares about Sean Hannity to be moderately amusing. Please note that I agree with you on the kowtowing, but the responses from the Hannity fanboys are hilarious and even the thought that this is all string-pulling from Moscow driving sad boys to smash up their property just brings on the tears.
ninesalone
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13-Nov(#4)
DiamondDave wrote:
>I really don't think Russians give a crap about Keurigs,
> this is much more likely to be yet another social media influence push for [unknown
> reasons], the same stuff you see on Facebook where Russia buys up a bunch of ads
> for divisive or fake news propaganda.

Again... The Russian government? Seems to me there is money to be made which is why they are advertising. Far more pro-Clinton stuff has come from Russian "sources," which you can't really define. It's just become the easiest target to blame to deflect from anything negative by the left. Mostly a conspiracy theory, similar to blaming Jews for the ills in the world.


> Unless we follow Trump's lead and take the
> former KGB figurehead at his word that he's not throwing coals into the fire to destabilize
> and divide.

Is this even a possibility to you? The division is mostly coming from AMERICAN "journalists" that are extremely biased to the left and have poisoned the culture with identity politics and false race-narratives. There was an article a few days ago from NYT with the headline, "should my children be friends with white people?" I think you're pointing your finger in the wrong direction. The Russia conspiracy nonsense just serves the interests of the Democratic Party and has little basis in reality.

> Though I do find the thought that you honestly think Russia cares about Sean Hannity
> to be moderately amusing.

I find it far more amusing that you've hopped on this Russia should be blamed for everything bandwagon.
DiamondDave
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13-Nov(#5)
Am I taking to Russia right now? This is surreal
Missile
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13-Nov(#6)
ITT: Two KGB agents who think the Americans don't suspect a thing
Mexico
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13-Nov(#7)
Getting info from RVAWonk....

Literally you right now -

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DiamondDave
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* 13-Nov(#8)
ninesalone wrote:
> Again... The Russian government? Seems to me there is money to be made which is why
> they are advertising. Far more pro-Clinton stuff has come from Russian "sources,"
> which you can't really define.

I had to stop here, "far more"? Can you clarify please? Legitimately curious.

I am now considering revenue from fake news sites, but that does little to explain why you're willing to throw away all federal findings that the accounts now being used to promote #BoycottKeurig were also involved in what they found (not Fake News found) to be actively influencing the election? This wasn't some liberal conspiracy, this happened. Unless this is somehow STILL a liberal conspiracy. Lmk. Either way, there's no money to be made in promoting #BoycottKeurig, so we can dump that.

> Is this even a possibility to you? The division is mostly coming from AMERICAN "journalists"
> that are extremely biased to the left and have poisoned the culture with identity
> politics and false race-narratives. There was an article a few days ago from NYT
> with the headline, "should my children be friends with white people?" I think you're
> pointing your finger in the wrong direction. The Russia conspiracy nonsense just
> serves the interests of the Democratic Party and has little basis in reality.

How does this serve Democrats?

> I find it far more amusing that you've hopped on this Russia should be blamed for
> everything bandwagon.

Not everything, just things they're paying to instigate. It's not a terribly radical consideration, even if it's proven wrong. Just following the money and trends as far as I can. smile

The info's from Twitter, by the way, they're just the ones putting it on pretty graphs.
Dustin
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13-Nov(#9)
If anyone touches my Keurig my wife will dog slap them.
DiamondDave
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* 13-Nov(#10)
I'm kinda partial to mine work's. But it's pretty much 85% mine.
ninesalone
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13-Nov(#11)
DiamondDave wrote:

> I had to stop here, "far more"? Can you clarify please? Legitimately curious.

The more this social media advertisement story was looked into, the more it just pointed to promoting Clinton and other liberal issues. That's why the MSM has mostly shut up about it. That's why you have to go to Twitter to find the far-left nuts still promoting this idiocy.

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/09/russian-ro...

>The Russia conspiracy nonsense just
>> serves the interests of the Democratic Party and has little basis in reality.
>
> How does this serve Democrats?

The more people they convince Russia is responsible for Trump and conservative ideas and not the American heartland, the more they can ignore/dismiss that part of the electorate and their own failings.

However, it's been falling apart since it was introduced and likely will come back to bite them in the 2018/2020 elections.

The constant implication that Russians are responsible for what I believe, stand for, and vote for is ridiculous. It's also extremely lazy thinking.
Noid
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* 13-Nov(#12)
It's as American as grandma and apple pie to vote with your wallet. Whether it's a left-leaning individual choosing not to purchase goods or services based on ties to right-leaning ideologies or the other way around, this is one of the oldest and most effective ways of getting the average person's point across. Now, taking someone else's property and destroying it, though steeped in plenty of historical merit as, say, the Boston Tea Party, is still just as unacceptable then as it is now. If you don't like what someone stands for, don't buy their crap; but, if you do like what someone stands for, support them by buying their crap. Frankly, it's as easy as that. yes
DiamondDave
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* 13-Nov(#13)
I didn't say they were responsible for what you believe, stand for and vote for @ninesalone , you seem smart for a KGB agent. wink I'm referring to people who are obviously dumber than you. And as no point of flattery, that's a crap ton of people. But if #BoycottKeurig was borne in or propagated by Russia, logic stands to dictate that even IF Republicans were like "GIT THE KEURIGS AND THE NINE IRON", Russian influence accounts WITH QUESTIONABLE ASSOCIATION WITH PUTIN are pulling enough strings to get more bored bodies on board, for what I can only assume would be less than great reasons. Maybe they're trolling, maybe this is harmless. Regardless, the intent of the OP was to simply point out how ridiculously funny the whole thing was, and Russia's taint just makes it more awkward funny than just straight-up funny.

...Say, where's YOUR Keurig?

I'm not against voting with your wallet. Destruction of your own property though, am I not allowed to laugh? That'd be like smashing up my PS4 to show Sony I was upset that they took down an ad for a Telltale Games title because someone complained that they used an actual assassination scene in one of their sequences. I'd HOPE you'd have the good sense to laugh at me for that.

Noid
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* 13-Nov(#14)
No, you're completely and totally correct, DiamondDave. I see little merit in and can only think of maybe one or two justifications for destroying one's hard-earned commodities just to prove a point. You're allowed -- nay, encouraged -- to laugh. I believe Calvin and Hobbes said it best. wink

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DiamondDave
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13-Nov(#15)
That's actually one of my favorite C&H strips, lol
ninesalone
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13-Nov(#16)
DiamondDave wrote:

> ...Say, where's YOUR Keurig?

I use one of these ancient relics
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> I'm not against voting with your wallet. Destruction of your own property though,
> am I not allowed to laugh? That'd be like smashing up my PS4 to show Sony I was
> upset that they took down an ad for a Telltale Games title because someone complained
> that they used an actual assassination scene in one of their sequences. I'd HOPE
> you'd have the good sense to laugh at me for that.
>

It is mildly funny. I wouldn't do that if I owned one. To be perfectly honest though, I'm less likely to buy their product now. Several products I completely avoid for similar reasons. I refuse to buy products from Kellogg, for example. Anything you purchase or avoid for reasons like this?
lpeters82
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* 13-Nov(#17)
We use the Keurig 2.0 at home, but I hacked it to allow it to brew anything. Unless we are in a real hurry we use refillable pods. Call it Liberal, but the single serving plastic cups are a pretty big waste. Plus, our local coffeehouse sells better coffee then you can buy in the store. The guy travels around the world and makes deals with farmers to grow specifically for him. Pretty cool for a small town.
DiamondDave
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* 13-Nov(#18)
@ninesalone Thinking on it... I generally consume products based on their quality and usefulness and less based on their social media presence. That's not relevant to the product to me. Remember that hyuuuuge Chik-fil-a hubbub years back? I actually wasn't familiar with their product and seeked them out a year or two after that and after one #2 with cherry coke decided if the CEO had personally written my mother a letter of condemnation and shame, something that would ACTUALLY impact my life and a loved one, I'd still go there at least once a week. Crap's just too damn good.
Karaiya
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13-Nov(#19)
I like my gay ass Keurig with my creamy creamer.
SirConnery
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13-Nov(#20)
ninesalone wrote:
> DiamondDave wrote:
>
>> ...Say, where's YOUR Keurig?
>
> I use one of these ancient relics
> [imgt w=520 h=520]https://i.imgur.com/9TeFAGT.jpg[/imgt]

Do you drink "collusion coffee" from it?
Karaiya
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13-Nov(#21)
Lol, censors the f*ggy to creamy. Lulz
lpeters82
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* 13-Nov(#22)
I care more about local impact on the community versus their actual political views. Basically does the business give back.
ninesalone
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13-Nov(#23)
SirConnery wrote:

> Do you drink "collusion coffee" from it?

https://www.blackriflecoffee.com/collections/coffe...
Noid
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* 13-Nov(#24)
ninesalone wrote:
> DiamondDave wrote:
>
>> ...Say, where's YOUR Keurig?
>
> I use one of these ancient relics
> [imgt w=520 h=520]https://i.imgur.com/9TeFAGT.jpg[/imgt]
>
>> I'm not against voting with your wallet. Destruction of your own property though,
>> am I not allowed to laugh? That'd be like smashing up my PS4 to show Sony I was
>> upset that they took down an ad for a Telltale Games title because someone complained
>> that they used an actual assassination scene in one of their sequences. I'd HOPE
>> you'd have the good sense to laugh at me for that.
>>
>
> It is mildly funny. I wouldn't do that if I owned one. To be perfectly honest though,
> I'm less likely to buy their product now. Several products I completely avoid for
> similar reasons. I refuse to buy products from Kellogg, for example. Anything you
> purchase or avoid for reasons like this?

To be honest, I still nurse a bit of a grudge against Sony for their part in the downfall of the Sega Sega Dreamcast. I know it was very indirect and the whole thing's definitely a bit silly. But, I'd be lying if I said that didn't play any part in my purchase of a Microsoft Microsoft Xbox and Microsoft Xbox 360 over a Sony PlayStation 2 or PlayStation 3. evil
SirConnery
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13-Nov(#25)
I can tell you who doesn't drink "collusion coffee": anyone in a sleeper cell.
DiamondDave
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13-Nov(#26)
Karaiya wrote:
> Lol, censors the f*ggy to creamy. Lulz

(Don't worry, we saw the TruWord yes)
SirConnery
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13-Nov(#27)
Is this your coffee mug?


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ninesalone
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13-Nov(#28)
@SirConnery
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Karaiya
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13-Nov(#29)
I remember the beef with Nordstroms too. However, these folks don't even shop Nordstroms. I still eat Chic-fil-a btw. Nummers

Noid
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13-Nov(#30)
Here's mine:

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Noid
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13-Nov(#31)
DiamondDave wrote:
> That's actually one of my favorite C&H strips, lol

Ditto! grin
DiamondDave
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13-Nov(#32)
ninesalone wrote:
> @SirConnery
> [imgt w=460 h=460]https://i.imgur.com/BvmZu0A.jpg[/imgt]

That's actually an awesome cup
DiamondDave
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* 13-Nov(#33)
Karaiya wrote:
> I remember the beef with Nordstroms too. However, these folks don't even shop Nordstroms.
> I still eat Chic-fil-a btw. Nummers
>

I was gonna say, I have a feeling lots of LGBTQ folk say "fudge it" as they wheel into the Drive-Thru lane at their local CFA
Karaiya
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13-Nov(#34)
I'm like well, its not like they're cooking gay chickens.
Karaiya
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13-Nov(#35)
I do not shop Walmart though but they actually have policies that hurt their workers and local businesses. Chic-fil-a is not an equivalent because they hire gay people and serve them. I was a little petty about the Blue Lives Matter thing though. And I still am pissed about the closed Sunday thing. Fudge them.
SirConnery
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13-Nov(#36)
My mug:

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Dustin
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13-Nov(#37)
SirConnery wrote:
> My mug:
>

yours doesn't make sense though
Karaiya
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* 13-Nov(#38)
Yeah, not sure that applies just yet fingers crossed though
MikeyWhoa
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13-Nov(#39)
Chick-Fil-A is delicious.

Coffee sucks.

Gimme my MAGA hat!

Finn
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* 13-Nov(#40)
If a company dose not want to run adds for a show that defends a child molester then good on them.... People that support this child molester are just a special kind of sick and moraly bankrupt.





yankees7448
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13-Nov(#41)
ninesalone wrote:
> While I do think it's ridiculous to protest every company that doesn't line up with
> your values, I also think companies shouldn't play partisan games. This all started
> because a liberal was triggered that they advertised during Sean Hannity. Get over
> it. These boycotts will have some effect though.
>
> What exactly are you suggesting with the Russia conspiracy stuff cooked up by far-left
> outlets though? That conservatives are boycotting because Russia is pushing them
> to do it? Russian government? Citizens?
>
> If you're suggesting the Russian government is actually on a mission to get conservatives
> to destroy their property, I think you're nuts.
>
> If you're suggesting citizens in Russia share in the outrage of conservatives tired
> of companies bending to offended snowflakes, then who cares?
>
>

I think the goal is to continue partisan conflict within the US so that we are distracted by petty $hit like Keurig rather than real issues.
ninesalone
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13-Nov(#42)
DiamondDave wrote:
> @ninesalone Thinking on it... I generally consume products based on their quality
> and usefulness and less based on their social media presence. That's not relevant
> to the product to me. Remember that hyuuuuge Chik-fil-a hubbub years back? I actually
> wasn't familiar with their product and seeked them out a year or two after that and
> after one #2 with cherry coke decided if the CEO had personally written my mother
> a letter of condemnation and shame, something that would ACTUALLY impact my life
> and a loved one, I'd still go there at least once a week. Crap's just too damn good.

I mostly do the same thing you do. Not everything I buy is from a company that lines up with my values, etc. Sometimes I buy products because I think the company is also a "good cause." I do buy that Black Rifle coffee because it supports veterans and it tastes good. My wife shops/donates to resale shops and likes the fact that a lot of them help out the local homeless folks.

On the flipside, you have some companies that have basically come out and said "if you're a conservative Trump supporter, fudge you." Easy to find an alternative. I'm not bent out of shape about any of it. I'll just put my hard-earned money elsewhere.
SirConnery
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13-Nov(#43)
Where can I get a list of those companies? I'd like to start buying all their products.
Feeb
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13-Nov(#44)
New rule. No more comma use. It's killing me.
MikeyWhoa
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13-Nov(#45)
, , , , , Chameleon.

Missile
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13-Nov(#46)
I, I don't understand what you're talking about, commas are great, so are periods, question marks, left, AND right brackets, forward slashes, but not backward slashes, those suck, plusses, minuses, oh sorry, i mean positive, negative, Ampersands, etc, et, al
Finn
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13-Nov(#47)
ninesalone wrote:
|
> On the flipside, you have some companies that have basically come out and said "if
> you're a conservative Trump supporter, fudge you." Easy to find an alternative. I'm
> not bent out of shape about any of it. I'll just put my hard-earned money elsewhere.
>


I don't doubt it, seems to be on both sides... It's stupid but I do respect Kuriegs position, Infact I respect it.

Feeb
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13-Nov(#48)
MikeyWhoa wrote:
> , , , , , Chameleon.
>
>

🚥, 🚥
dracula
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13-Nov(#49)
Finn wrote:
> If a company dose not want to run adds for a show that defends a child molester then
> good on them.... People that support this child molester are just a special kind
> of sick and moraly bankrupt.
>


Finn, which child molester are you talking about? Hollywood is full of them.

I don't know if you are referring to 2 and a half men, House of Cards or something else?
dracula
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13-Nov(#50)
SirConnery wrote:
> Where can I get a list of those companies? I'd like to start buying all their products.

Almost all mainstream media is backed by SJW syndrome. Just keep on consuming their narrative even after it has fallen apart, and you are well on your way to being an effective drone.
SirConnery
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14-Nov(#51)
That's weak. Unless you can link me to a definitive list, I call fake news.
theyrhere
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14-Nov(#52)
Idk why Keurig would pull their ad from Hannity. You'd think people who like lazy, gross things would be a key demographic.
dracula
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14-Nov(#53)
SirConnery wrote:
> That's weak. Unless you can link me to a definitive list, I call fake news.

abc, cbs, nbc, cnn, huffpost, nytimes, washington post. Just keep getting your daily garbage news from them and you will be in good shape as far as consuming SJW nonsense. Why exactly are you in such a rush to consume as much bullcrap and fake news as possible?
SirConnery
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14-Nov(#54)
Still waiting for an educated answer with proper citations.
dracula
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14-Nov(#55)
I haven't checked, but you should be able to find that sort of thing on google yourself pretty easily, why are you asking here(unless you aren't serious at all)?
SirConnery
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14-Nov(#56)
Bingo.

Looks like a definitive list is not happening.
dracula
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14-Nov(#57)
OK, here is the list you are lookin for, it is very definitive

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Dustin
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14-Nov(#58)
dracula wrote:
> I haven't checked, but you should be able to find that sort of thing on google yourself
> pretty easily, why are you asking here(unless you aren't serious at all)?

He's just trolling. Ignore him.
MikeyWhoa
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14-Nov(#59)
Dustin wrote:
> dracula wrote:
>> I haven't checked, but you should be able to find that sort of thing on google
> yourself
>> pretty easily, why are you asking here(unless you aren't serious at all)?
>
> He's just trolling. Ignore him.


Ha! They're both stuck in a troll paradox.


Dustin
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14-Nov(#60)
MikeyWhoa wrote:
> Dustin wrote:
>> dracula wrote:
> |>> I haven't checked, but you should be able to find that sort of thing on google
>> yourself
> |>> pretty easily, why are you asking here(unless you aren't serious at all)?
>>
>> He's just trolling. Ignore him.
>
>
> Ha! They're both stuck in a troll paradox.
>
>
>

If anyone knows a good troll, it's me.
Feeb
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14-Nov(#61)
Expected educated answers from certain people may be a fruitless endeavor.
SirConnery
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14-Nov(#62)
Feeb wrote:
> Expected educated answers from certain people may be a fruitless endeavor.

Obviously. But hey if I ever want high quality pictures of guns, I know who to ask!
Dustin
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14-Nov(#63)
SirConnery wrote:
> Feeb wrote:
>> Expected educated answers from certain people may be a fruitless endeavor.
>
> Obviously. But hey if I ever want high quality pictures of guns, I know who to ask!

Shoot me a PM if you want some. Mine are just taken with my cell phone though, so I don't know how high quality they'll be.
Finn
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14-Nov(#64)
dracula wrote:
> Finn wrote:
>> If a company dose not want to run adds for a show that defends a child molester
> then
>> good on them.... People that support this child molester are just a special kind
>> of sick and moraly bankrupt.
>>
>
>
> Finn, which child molester are you talking about? Hollywood is full of them.
>
> I don't know if you are referring to 2 and a half men, House of Cards or something
> else?

Come on man, pretty clear I am talking about that good old Christian boy Roy "I don't care your 14" Moore...



ninesalone
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* 14-Nov(#65)
I'd wager that Roy Moore is innocent. Too much stinks. Family members of the accusers coming out saying, "yeah, probably lying." Not to mention the timing and partisan hacks/swamp swarming the story.
Feeb
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14-Nov(#66)
ninesalone wrote:
> I'd wager that Roy Moore is innocent. Too much stinks. Family members of the accusers
> coming out saying, "yeah, probably lying." Not to mention the timing and partisan
> hacks/swamp swarming the story.

I'm pretty convinced particularly with the Bannon cult jumping off the band wagon. The guy is the epitome of the profile.
Finn
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14-Nov(#67)
We will see, he comes off as sleaze bucket! Then you have his friends who tried to use the Bible to defend him.. then the whole trying to challenge the rape shield law that prevents defendends from attacking underage accusers like that somehow justifys having sex with a child.... He has been dropped by Republicans... So I doubt all the alligations are false.




Feeb
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* 14-Nov(#68)
Not to mention casual acquaintances and colleagues who corroborate the fact that it was "common knowledge" he was into younger girls. As in 20 years younger when he was in his mid 30s...

Poor decisions regardless of how far he took it.
Finn
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14-Nov(#69)
If he was a Dem the same people defending this POS would be torching him.... But you know if a Dem does it it's diplorable if a Republican does it FAKE NEWS!! LoL!





Feeb
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14-Nov(#70)
Anyone who does it is crap. Anyone who defends it is crap. IMHO if you're a politician and you have skeletons that get drudged up and you can't quash it you suck at your job. That's the nature of politicians they're mostly crap.
Finn
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14-Nov(#71)
Very true, with Trump we know he is a crapty human he does not hide it! The ones you have to worry about are the ones that play the Good *insert faith here* and is a self proclaimed moral compass for the people, those are the really scary ones are.


DiamondDave
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* 14-Nov(#72)
People using the bible to defend him, many evangelicals saying they're more likely to vote for him now than before the accusations, admitting casually dating teens during his 30s (ALWAYS WITH PARENTAL CONSENT), none of that makes me feel good. But so much of this stuff is SO old it's literally he-said she-said unless the accused admits to it or pulls a Kevin Spacey. The only way we nip this stuff in the bud moving forward is to hope that everyone coming forward now has, if nothing else, demonstrated that you can and SHOULD go to the authorities with this crap, not 20-50 years from now, but when it fudging happens. Maybe then we can actually get some real justice instead of these moguls essentially taking "time-outs".
yankees7448
Bronze Good Trader
14-Nov(#73)
Finn wrote:
> If he was a Dem the same people defending this POS would be torching him.... But
> you know if a Dem does it it's diplorable if a Republican does it FAKE NEWS!! LoL!
>
Apparently you haven't heard about what's going on in Hollywood as of late. But two words. Harvey Weinstein.

But I know Republican'ts never let facts get in the way of their arguments.
Finn
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* 15-Nov(#74)
Yeah well aware, just so you know I am esponding to the gosh darn OP. How can this be lost on some of you?



MikeyWhoa
Silver Good Trader
(frozen)
15-Nov(#75)
DiamondDave wrote:
> People using the bible to defend him, many evangelicals saying they're more likely
> to vote for him now than before the accusations, admitting casually dating teens
> during his 30s (ALWAYS WITH PARENTAL CONSENT), none of that makes me feel good.
> But so much of this stuff is SO old it's literally he-said she-said unless the accused
> admits to it or pulls a Kevin Spacey. The only way we nip this stuff in the bud
> moving forward is to hope that everyone coming forward now has, if nothing else,
> demonstrated that you can and SHOULD go to the authorities with this crap, not 20-50
> years from now, but when it fudging happens. Maybe then we can actually get some
> real justice instead of these moguls essentially taking "time-outs".


It sounds so easy, but it's just not. Using this situation alone, you'd have a teenage girl going to the cops accusing the District Attorney of sexual advances. Most of which the community is ok with. (Well, they are now, so I assume the same for way back then)

There's a reason women don't speak up. In general, they're not believed when they accuse. That could lead to being ostracized from their friends, community, even their jobs. That's a lot to risk to bring a rapist/pedophile to justice.

It was the same with Weinstein. He held so many people's reputations and livelihoods in his hand. Some people can't/won't risk everything for only a chance at justice. Men in power know how to wield it.

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