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Topic   Something to think about...

Feeb
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* 18-Nov-2017(#1)
Thought it would be productive to have a topic were we just post what issue is on our minds. I thought about turning off responses but I think it would die too fast if I'm responsible for bumping it daily...

Anyway, an interesting thought with all of the skeletons coming out these days:

My thought.

Would you feel confident in your past if you were running for public office? Is there anything in your history that might derail you?
Osiris

* 18-Nov-2017(#2)
I must decline to answer on the grounds...
Feeb
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18-Nov-2017(#3)
Lol. I seriously pondered it and consider myself clean but jeez you just don't know. Too much time at a university and too many "imbibements."
Osiris

* 18-Nov-2017(#4)
upon further reflection, I would much prefer to be a senior legislation staffer - crafting legislation, negotiating with staff from other legislators, doing all the fine and important detail stuff that goes into making policy and law. Some constituent support would be fine, that's a big important part of the job too.
Scots
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18-Nov-2017(#5)
Something to think about: gun control. Thoughts?
Feeb
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18-Nov-2017(#6)
🐸
Osiris

* 18-Nov-2017(#7)
same old song for me, a "well-regulated militia" should be integrated as part of keeping and bearing arms by citizens
Noid
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18-Nov-2017(#8)
Feeb wrote:
> Lol. I seriously pondered it and consider myself clean but jeez you just don't know.
> Too much time at a university and too many "imbibements."

I'm afraid your comments from this website alone would keep any political campaign manager busy. For what it's worth, though, the same holds true to me, if not more so. Past that, I'm actually pretty boring. raspberry
Feeb
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18-Nov-2017(#9)
We don't have to win. We just need to get out with no prison time.
Karaiya
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18-Nov-2017(#10)
Scots wrote:
> Something to think about: gun control. Thoughts?

Me too. Not so much the control part. But why we need to stop linking mass shootings to mental illness.
MikeyWhoa
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18-Nov-2017(#11)
Come to an agreement that neither side of the isle will try to legislate neither guns nor abortion for the next 20 years.

There will be peace.

Noid
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* 18-Nov-2017(#12)
Karaiya wrote:
> Scots wrote:
>> Something to think about: gun control. Thoughts?
>
> Me too. Not so much the control part. But why we need to stop linking mass shootings
> to mental illness.

Why would you seek to stop linking mass shootings with metal illnesses? Do you think it's an incorrect assessment or, instead, do you disapprove of curing the cause and prefer to deal more directly with its effect?

Mental illnesses and mass shootings can be easily and rightfully likened to a virus and the fever it produces. While dealing with the fever is important to stabilizing the patient, dealing with the virus is equally important, if not more so, to ultimately curing the patient.

If these individuals didn't use a gun to kill, I'm sure they'd still find other horrible, terrible ways to carry out their grim plans, be it explosives, poisons, etc. Until their mental behavior is either changed or restrained, they will find a way to wreak their unholy vengeance on the world. Enough talk about gun control; let's talk about people control! surprise

P.S. 1984 is such a great book. wink
Feeb
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18-Nov-2017(#13)
Fever is a bodies response to prevent a virus from replicating. Your body produces the fever. Terrible analogy.

No need for misinformative obscurantism. Just state your point.
Noid
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18-Nov-2017(#14)
Well said, Feeb. Please forgive my horrible analogy. Instead of the word "virus," let's try "food poisoning" and, instead of the word "fever," let's try "dysentery." love
Feeb
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18-Nov-2017(#15)
Yikes. How about we stick with crazy people getting guns.
Noid
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18-Nov-2017(#16)
We can do that, too; simply focus on the first and last paragraphs of my initial reply. yes
Feeb
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* 18-Nov-2017(#17)

1) guns are too easy to acquire.
2) crazy people are too difficult to identify outside of a clinical setting.
3) crazy people love guns
4) should probably be something like not all crazy people with guns will kill you but many people with guns are probably crazy. Hide.

And then we can throw something in there regarding bloody diarrhea?

I'm just having fun. Been a good day! We can really discuss tomorrow if youre wanting to.

Goodnight 🌙
Noid
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18-Nov-2017(#18)
You didn't talk to the point that removing the gun still fails to remove the individual's murderous desire. How far will you take this scenario: no planes, no trains, no automobiles? How many things must you remove before you stop dealing with the symptom and start focusing in on the cause?
Noid
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18-Nov-2017(#19)
I'll totally agree to turning in for the night! Take care, Feeb, and I'm sure we'll undoubtedly pick this up at some later point. 'Til then, though, g'night! smile
Karaiya
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* 19-Nov-2017(#20)
Your analogy is pretty murky. I agree with Feeb. I'll answer your question with a less obtuse explanation than you've provided.

There isn't always a correlation or "link" between mental illness and mass shootings. Most people who suffer from mental illness are non-violent, and withdraw themselves from society and are more likely to harm themselves than anyone else.

There is also acute mental illness and chronic mental illness. Many of these men I believe have had a life event that has spurred the former and there would be very little mental health history that would preclude them from getting a gun. This "murderous desire" does not necessarily exist in the mentally ill. Even those with schizophrenia don't have "murderous desire". They have symptoms like anxiety and paranoia that may cause them to do violent acts. The symptoms of their mental illness often cause them to kill acutely.

There are literally hundreds of thousands of mentally ill people and thousand undiagnosed. The danger of stigmatizing mental health as violent and threatening would regress us back to the 1800's where we put kids with autism in sanitoriums. The stigma surrounding mental health is the reason we have so many homeless veterans and untreated military folks that have left the service. Not to mention civilians left untreated with mental health conditions.

We want to believe that we are different from these people that do acts like this. If we just say they are mentally ill than it makes us feel better about ourselves. Like those people are evil and I am good person that would never do something like this. But that is just not the case. Most mass shooters have no criminal record or mental health history.

YOU ARE CORRECT if you believe we need to be better at not stigmatizing mental health and having people come forward to deal with their conditions, but you are mistaken in linking mass shootings and mental illness because it gets you nowhere in solving the problem.
Feeb
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* 19-Nov-2017(#21)
Maybe part of the problem is our understanding of mental illness, it's insidious ubiquitousness in society and our misunderstanding of the corollary that rights require responsibility some people do not possess.

Broad statements like those made in the second amendment are more carefully posited these days- because we do understand humans and many other things about the world to a higher degree.

Link or no. There are people in society that should not own firearms.

Every other weekend I work every weekend so I'll try to keep up.
Scots
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19-Nov-2017(#22)
Scots wrote:
> Something to think about: gun control. Thoughts?

*Comes back a couple days later*

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Feeb
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* 19-Nov-2017(#23)
Thanks for playing along and posting the issue that was on your mind.

Another nice meme. Well done!
Scots
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19-Nov-2017(#24)
Thanks Feeb yes
Noid
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19-Nov-2017(#25)
Okay! Here's a hard-hitting topic that always seems to invade the American conscience this time of year: if sweet potato casserole is essentially made using the same ingredients as a sweet potato pie, why doesn't it share a similar spot on the dessert table during the Thanksgiving meal? For cryin' out loud, it's got toasted marshmallows on top of it! But, since it's not in a pie crust, it gets away with being nestled next to the turkey and mashed potatoes?! That's definitely something to think about! angry
Feeb
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* 19-Nov-2017(#26)
That pink crap in the cans too.

Edit- dark red
SirConnery
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20-Nov-2017(#27)
Yes. I have avoided many things just so that I can run for office someday.
Feeb
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20-Nov-2017(#28)
I was a virgin once.
Prime
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* 20-Nov-2017(#29)
Nothing I couldn't smooth talk my way out of.
yankees7448
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20-Nov-2017(#30)
Feeb wrote:

> My thought.
>
> Would you feel confident in your past if you were running for public office? Is there
> anything in your history that might derail you?

God no. My internet history alone would disqualify me lol
yankees7448
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* 20-Nov-2017(#31)
Noid wrote:
> If these individuals didn't use a gun to kill, I'm sure they'd still find other horrible,
> terrible ways to carry out their grim plans, be it explosives, poisons, etc. Until
> their mental behavior is either changed or restrained, they will find a way to wreak
> their unholy vengeance on the world. Enough talk about gun control; let's talk about
> people control! surprise
>
> P.S. 1984 is such a great book. wink

Gun control isn't worth discussing for this reason. Bombs and poisons require skills that the average person doesn't have and/or are harder to kill multiple people with. A gun requires no special training to operate effectively. You just need to know which way to aim it, how to reload it, how to take it off safety and a group of people.

But these kinds of comparison's are why we can never seriously talk about gun reform in this country so why bother. We have one side of the country who is apparently ok with living with mutliple gun massacres of innocent people a year as long as their rights aren't infringed and the other side has policitians too scared $hitless to do anything real about it.

And as a person who graduated with a major in Psychology I find all this lip service paid to mental health to be disgusting. Why? Because its empty lip service. It means nothing. Its a straw man gun control advocates use to keep the focus away from the damage guns are doing to our society. First of all, Republicans do not understand mental health enough to understand treatment of mental illness. Secondly, treating the mentally ill in an effective and appropriate manner is expensive. Republicans aren't going to want to substantially increase funding for mental health services when they are too busy fighting each other on the right way to gut the taxes of the uber wealthy. Finally, the success of mental health treatment is largely dependent on the patients ability and willingness to follow the treatment process to the letter. Unless the party that keeps screaming "slippery slope" wants to force people to get treatment then treatment may not work.

But all that's neither here nor there. We have another thread in this forum for arguing about guns.
yankees7448
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20-Nov-2017(#32)
Osiris wrote:
> upon further reflection, I would much prefer to be a senior legislation staffer -
> crafting legislation, negotiating with staff from other legislators, doing all the
> fine and important detail stuff that goes into making policy and law. Some constituent
> support would be fine, that's a big important part of the job too.

I would prefer that as well. I've thought about running for office as well but I find the whole idea of running for office thing to suck. I love the idea of getting into the trenches and working on solutions to our problems but not the whole process of dealing with the public, micromanaging your every word and action to avoid a scandal etc.
Feeb
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* 20-Nov-2017(#33)
An interesting segue into healthcare- on one hand we're asking how we can limit the damage mentally ill people do to society with guns while on the other we're making it really hard for many people to take care of themselves period. Doesn't feel like a genuine concern at all does it?

My premiums for a family of 3 with average coverage are over 900$ monthly. Stupid.
Dustin
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20-Nov-2017(#34)
Feeb wrote:
> An interesting segue into healthcare- on one hand we're asking how we can limit the
> damage mentally ill people do to society with guns while on the other we're making
> it really hard for many people to take care of themselves period. Doesn't feel like
> a genuine concern at all does it?
>
> My premiums for a family of 3 with average coverage are over 900$ monthly. Stupid.
>

Thanks Obama
Feeb
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* 20-Nov-2017(#35)
I could pay 45$ biweekly and satisfy the mandate. That's not the issue. Once the mandate goes my premium is higher BTW.

Unless you mean Obama invented insurance?

Or anything specifically you're postulating a figurehead who sat for 8 years did that caused the insurance racket to dictate government?
Dustin
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20-Nov-2017(#36)
Feeb wrote:
> I could pay 45$ biweekly and satisfy the mandate. That's not the issue. Once the
> mandate goes my premium is higher BTW.
>
> Unless you mean Obama invented insurance?
>
> Or anything specifically you're postulating a figurehead who sat for 8 years did
> that caused the insurance racket to dictate government?

It's a joke chief. Calm yourself.

Although my insurance did go up $38.40 per week thanks to Obamacare, so that's cool I guess.
Feeb
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* 20-Nov-2017(#37)
Sorry missed the joke because I've seen that as a serious response many times.

It's going to up more when the mandate goes. I think the mandate is bullcrap but I can see why it exists. People take advantage of the healthcare system- that's why reform was attempted. Medicare is unsustainable without reform; chronic illness and ER abuse are the main impetus for insurance groups to gouge us.

My question is why do we allow these companies to dictate our costs and care? There's a term for that and it is not democracy.
Prime
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20-Nov-2017(#38)
People have short memories. I wasn't a big Obama fan. I didn't think he caught enough crap for not taking advantage of a democratic Congress when he had the chance but a lot of the system he operated in was fudgeed by number one Bill Clinton's backdoor deals to murder the true essence of American spirit and then of course by the Bush admin that eroded what was left of it. He did however do a few good things and even the things that actually make sense are being torn down just because, well he implemented these things.

Healthcare no matter what isle you reside on or even those who don't have an isle to reside on is fudgeed not because of poor people but because it's based on an astronomical aristocracy of companies in bed with politicians. We only used to find medicines that worked by accident. See the cure for polio. But it's far too commonplace now. They have mad scientists come up with a pill that helps one symptom and adds 62 new ones. They submit and tell the administrators and board members I don't know about this one I think it hurts more than helps and they mandate: let the people decide, well do our part to misinform them and they'll just be so happy to go without that one symptom they won't care that they're butt-hole now bleeds when they sneeze and their feet now grow webs between their toes.

Too many people especially on the right are always playing the blame game and forget that there is a war on regular common folks and the real american way of life being purpertrated by the politicians and corporations to keep the American people at each other's throats and at war with each other while they pillage our country. We fight with each other while they stuff their pockets and erode our freedoms. Wake the fudge up you ninny's
Feeb
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20-Nov-2017(#39)
They also impose a QoL tax on us: we pay the costs for manufacturing plus douche salary plus taxes whilst the countries in the world with high QoL simply pay their taxes.

It's socialism disguised in a capitalist enterprise.
Prime
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20-Nov-2017(#40)
So many things are. We're essentially held at gunpoint and through the threat of encarceration if we don't comply not just in medical premiums but almost every aspect of our lives. See I'm a strange liberal because while I think an entity like planned parenthood does more good than bad, I don't think it should be subsidized with public funds. Run it privately but don't force folks who genuinely don't believe in what they do to be forced to pay into it. Same goes for a million of pies the government has no business strong arming its citizens into paying for.

Give me liberty or give me death. Citizens don't live in a capitalistic country, corporations do. Citizens are strong armed, blackmailed, harassed and intimidated into paying for socialistic endeavors. It's pathetic. Most of the country is complicit. The other half is busy blaming the other side which doesn't actually write policy that fudges them, corporations in bed with politicans do.
Karaiya
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* 20-Nov-2017(#41)
I certainly agree, that folks that dont believe in that should not have to pay into and in a perfect world, those folks that don't believe in wouldnt have to. But those folks who do believe in it also benefit from those kinds of institutions such as PP and the folks that do agree and use them would be able to fund it however, thats not how the economy on which we operate works.

I sure as hell would like to stop funding federal prisons with tax dollars. The concept that we pay for the prisons we'd be sent to if we didnt pay taxes that we are forced to pay or else go to said prison a fudgeed up concept if you think about it. Especially in what is supposed to be the free world.
Karaiya
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20-Nov-2017(#42)
Fudge. I think Im a libertarian.
Prime
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20-Nov-2017(#43)
There was a case the other day I saw. Folks couldn't pay their pretrial fee of $55 dollars so instead the state of Colorado decided to imprison them for $78 dollars a day. A cost passed down to the tax payers of Colorado.
Noid
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20-Nov-2017(#44)
yankees7448 wrote:
> Noid wrote:
>> If these individuals didn't use a gun to kill, I'm sure they'd still find other
> horrible,
>> terrible ways to carry out their grim plans, be it explosives, poisons, etc. Until
>> their mental behavior is either changed or restrained, they will find a way to
> wreak
>> their unholy vengeance on the world. Enough talk about gun control; let's talk
> about
>> people control! surprise
>>
>> P.S. 1984 is such a great book. wink
>
> Gun control isn't worth discussing for this reason. Bombs and poisons require skills
> that the average person doesn't have and/or are harder to kill multiple people with.
> A gun requires no special training to operate effectively. You just need to know
> which way to aim it, how to reload it, how to take it off safety and a group of people.
>
>
> But these kinds of comparison's are why we can never seriously talk about gun reform
> in this country so why bother. We have one side of the country who is apparently
> ok with living with mutliple gun massacres of innocent people a year as long as their
> rights aren't infringed and the other side has policitians too scared $hitless to
> do anything real about it.
>
> And as a person who graduated with a major in Psychology I find all this lip service
> paid to mental health to be disgusting. Why? Because its empty lip service. It means
> nothing. Its a straw man gun control advocates use to keep the focus away from the
> damage guns are doing to our society. First of all, Republicans do not understand
> mental health enough to understand treatment of mental illness. Secondly, treating
> the mentally ill in an effective and appropriate manner is expensive. Republicans
> aren't going to want to substantially increase funding for mental health services
> when they are too busy fighting each other on the right way to gut the taxes of the
> uber wealthy. Finally, the success of mental health treatment is largely dependent
> on the patients ability and willingness to follow the treatment process to the letter.
> Unless the party that keeps screaming "slippery slope" wants to force people to get
> treatment then treatment may not work.
>
> But all that's neither here nor there. We have another thread in this forum for arguing
> about guns.

You downplayed things like bombs and poisons pretty dismissively. But, what about vehicular homicide? Nuts getting behind the wheel and just mowing down dozens upon dozens of pedestrians is seeing an alarming increase. So, naturally, we need to ban automobiles, right?! winking raspberry
Prime
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20-Nov-2017(#45)
Karaiya wrote:
> Fudge. I think Im a libertarian.

Do your homework and explore the philosophy. Like anything in life there's a bunch of garbage in there but mosty it's about a truely unperverted free market and telling the government to fudge off when they stick their hands out and to a larger degree put their hands in our pockets.
Feeb
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* 20-Nov-2017(#46)
Definitely a liberatarian minus any religious trifling myself.
Prime
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20-Nov-2017(#47)
I'm philosophically a converted Jew because I like that they have not identified God in the form of a man. Everyone else says there is a flesh and blood human who walked the earth that was god himself. But it's strictly a philosophical idiology for me. I don't identify with Israel or a sense of community with in. It's almost exclusively in case I ever have children that I'm not so arrogant to tell my kid that the imaginary man in the sky sent down a man of flesh and blood to act on his behalf. I'm much more comfortable telling my future children that we do things like acts of kindness and behave well not because we fear judgement, but because it's a humane way to behave. I don't believe other religions allow for this. They say they know who god is and what he wants and that we answer to him. I'd also never put any religious belief or idiology on higher ground than the real life application of humanity. I'd never say oh that seems like a nice humane, decent, prudent way to treat people fairly but my religion says otherwise so I'm not going to support it.
Feeb
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20-Nov-2017(#48)
Very respectable.
Feeb
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20-Nov-2017(#50)
Man I miss the 90s. Too young to care and such great music.
yankees7448
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20-Nov-2017(#51)
Noid wrote:

>
> You downplayed things like bombs and poisons pretty dismissively. But, what about
> vehicular homicide? Nuts getting behind the wheel and just mowing down dozens upon
> dozens of pedestrians is seeing an alarming increase. So, naturally, we need to ban
> automobiles, right?! winking raspberry

And there is another example of why Gun nuts are completely unreasonable. They continue to compare things that are uncomparable. Cars, trucks etc. are vehicles. They are designed specifically to transport people and their stuff from point A to point B. If you're using it to kill people you are using it wrong. A gun exists only to shoot something/someone or implicitly threaten to shoot something or someone. If you're using it for any other purpose you are using it wrong.

So no. We're not going to ban cars because people use cars as weapons. But apparently we're not capable of having a sensible discussion on limiting access to weapons.
yankees7448
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20-Nov-2017(#52)
Prime wrote:
> People have short memories. I wasn't a big Obama fan. I didn't think he caught enough
> crap for not taking advantage of a democratic Congress when he had the chance

Hindsight is 20/20 (hopefully in 2020 when Trump is running for reelection haha). But in all seriousness I understood why he did it. He ran as a uniter and wanted to bring people together. He didn't want to ram things down Republicans throats because he felt that it would unify them against him and make things more difficult if he ever lost control. It is clear as day that he was either horribly naive, too caught up in his own perception of his ability to bring people together or some combination of the two.
Dustin
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20-Nov-2017(#53)
The idea of Obama as a unifier is quite laughable to say the least.
Karaiya
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20-Nov-2017(#54)
He tried. I dont think Congress was interested nor was the country. Electing him was accomplishment and unification enough for Americans. We have that habit though.
Dustin
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20-Nov-2017(#55)
I didn't mean in congress. I meant socially, he's the most divisive president I've seen in my lifetime.
Karaiya
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20-Nov-2017(#56)
What did he do that divided folks? That's kind of always been my question.
Dustin
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20-Nov-2017(#57)
That's a road I'm going to choose not to go down as it would open a can of works I'm not interested in discussing at this time. It's my opinion, and I'm entitled to it.
Karaiya
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20-Nov-2017(#58)
Dustin wrote:
> That's a road I'm going to choose not to go down as it would open a can of works
> I'm not interested in discussing at this time. It's my opinion, and I'm entitled
> to it.

Dustin you and I are square man. Don't ever hesitate to tell me what you feel. You're a good guy. I've learned that and I respect your opinions and your right to not share. Know that.
Prime
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20-Nov-2017(#59)
Dustin is a good guy but entirely a pussy who doesn't want to get into it. Chicken.
Dustin
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20-Nov-2017(#60)
Prime wrote:
> Dustin is a good guy but entirely a pussy who doesn't want to get into it. Chicken.
>

I will fight you
Prime
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20-Nov-2017(#61)
Dustin wrote:
> Prime wrote:
>> Dustin is a good guy but entirely a pussy who doesn't want to get into it. Chicken.
>>
>
> I will fight you

People will pay good money. Well make a killing from the pay per view alone
Feeb
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20-Nov-2017(#62)
Karaiya wrote:
> What did he do that divided folks? That's kind of always been my question.

He was black. They'll deny it but whitemen crap the bed.
Feeb
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20-Nov-2017(#63)
And Dustin is a good dude. I'll fight for him.
Karaiya
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20-Nov-2017(#64)
I will fudging fight someone for 40 chicken nuggets right now. I've been drinking a crapload of The Kraken.
Feeb
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20-Nov-2017(#65)
40 is a bunch.
Dustin
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20-Nov-2017(#66)
I had two chicken McNuggets yesterday. I got a filet o fish combo and my daughter wanted a 4 piece nugget happy meal. Of course I got her the 6 piece mighty kids meal and ate the two extra. #dadmove
Feeb
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20-Nov-2017(#67)
👊🏻
Feeb
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20-Nov-2017(#68)
And to be pc. 👊🏿
Prime
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20-Nov-2017(#69)
Dustin wrote:
> I had two chicken McNuggets yesterday. I got a filet o fish combo and my daughter
> wanted a 4 piece nugget happy meal. Of course I got her the 6 piece mighty kids meal
> and ate the two extra. #dadmove

I want to fight you less now that I know about these smooth dad moves. Also respect the fish filet. Only edible sandwich on their whole menu.
Dustin
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20-Nov-2017(#70)
Prime wrote:
> Dustin wrote:
>> I had two chicken McNuggets yesterday. I got a filet o fish combo and my daughter
>> wanted a 4 piece nugget happy meal. Of course I got her the 6 piece mighty kids
> meal
>> and ate the two extra. #dadmove
>
> I want to fight you less now that I know about these smooth dad moves. Also respect
> the fish filet. Only edible sandwich on their whole menu.

Ironically it's the only fish I'll eat, and I'm not 100% sure it's actually fish.
Karaiya
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20-Nov-2017(#71)
Dustin wrote:
> I had two chicken McNuggets yesterday. I got a filet o fish combo and my daughter
> wanted a 4 piece nugget happy meal. Of course I got her the 6 piece mighty kids meal
> and ate the two extra. #dadmove

I do the same. Its pretty messed up but its a lesson in taxes for children
theyrhere
250 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Has Written 2 Reviews
20-Nov-2017(#72)
Karaiya wrote:
> Dustin wrote:
>> I had two chicken McNuggets yesterday. I got a filet o fish combo and my daughter
>> wanted a 4 piece nugget happy meal. Of course I got her the 6 piece mighty kids
> meal
>> and ate the two extra. #dadmove
>
> I do the same. Its pretty messed up but its a lesson in taxes for children

Damn you are a libertarian raspberry
MikeyWhoa
GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader
20-Nov-2017(#73)
Dustin wrote:
> That's a road I'm going to choose not to go down as it would open a can of works
> I'm not interested in discussing at this time. It's my opinion, and I'm entitled
> to it.


This is code for "I heard it on Fox, and it stuck."


Dustin
GameTZ Subscriber 650 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally
20-Nov-2017(#74)
MikeyWhoa wrote:
> Dustin wrote:
>> That's a road I'm going to choose not to go down as it would open a can of works
>> I'm not interested in discussing at this time. It's my opinion, and I'm entitled
>> to it.
>
>
> This is code for "I heard it on Fox, and it stuck."
>
>
>

Sorry I don't watch any political news channels. Unlike some people I can form opinions on my own. What it's really code for is I know how these things go here and I don't feel like doing it right now. Pretty much exactly what I typed.

Plus we were talking about McNuggets and filet o fish meals so way to be a buzz kill with your bad attempt at a dig.
Feeb
GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally
20-Nov-2017(#75)
How bout the mc d's strips? They worth passing on the nuggets?
MikeyWhoa
GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader
21-Nov-2017(#76)
Dustin wrote:
> MikeyWhoa wrote:
>> Dustin wrote:
> |>> That's a road I'm going to choose not to go down as it would open a can of works
> |>> I'm not interested in discussing at this time. It's my opinion, and I'm entitled
> |>> to it.
>>
>>
>> This is code for "I heard it on Fox, and it stuck."
>>
>>
>>
>
> Sorry I don't watch any political news channels. Unlike some people I can form opinions
> on my own. What it's really code for is I know how these things go here and I don't
> feel like doing it right now. Pretty much exactly what I typed.


Be that as it may, you literally are parroting Sean Hannity whether you mean to or not. Like down to the refusal to mention why you feel that way. You do a great impression of the average Fox tool. They're everywhere around here.


> Plus we were talking about McNuggets and filet o fish meals so way to be a buzz kill
> with your bad attempt at a dig.


Why are you so suicidal? Live bro. We all love you.

On the real, I can't eat McDonalds anymore. Even the fries taste like crap nowadays. I'm the fattest guy in the world who is not too keen on fast food.

Dustin
GameTZ Subscriber 650 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally
21-Nov-2017(#77)
I prefer nuggets. I don't really eat much fast food though. Try not to at least
Dustin
GameTZ Subscriber 650 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally
21-Nov-2017(#78)
MikeyWhoa wrote:
> Dustin wrote:
>> MikeyWhoa wrote:
> |>> Dustin wrote:
>> |>> That's a road I'm going to choose not to go down as it would open a can of
> works
>> |>> I'm not interested in discussing at this time. It's my opinion, and I'm entitled
>> |>> to it.
> |>>
> |>>
> |>> This is code for "I heard it on Fox, and it stuck."
> |>>
> |>>
> |>>
>>
>> Sorry I don't watch any political news channels. Unlike some people I can form
> opinions
>> on my own. What it's really code for is I know how these things go here and I
> don't
>> feel like doing it right now. Pretty much exactly what I typed.
>
>
> Be that as it may, you literally are parroting Sean Hannity whether you mean to or
> not. Like down to the refusal to mention why you feel that way. You do a great impression
> of the average Fox tool. They're everywhere around here.
>
>
>> Plus we were talking about McNuggets and filet o fish meals so way to be a buzz
> kill
>> with your bad attempt at a dig.
>
>
> Why are you so suicidal? Live bro. We all love you.
>
> On the real, I can't eat McDonalds anymore. Even the fries taste like crap nowadays.
> I'm the fattest guy in the world who is not too keen on fast food.
>
>

I don't even know who Sean Hannity is. Fudge off, I'm not trying to throw insults at you. I mean I can if you want to get into that but I'm really not trying to.
Feeb
GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally
21-Nov-2017(#79)
Took my daughter to chic fil a. Was a good day.
Dustin
GameTZ Subscriber 650 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally
21-Nov-2017(#80)
Feeb wrote:
> Took my daughter to chic fil a. Was a good day.

They've got my favorite nuggets. Mmmmm

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