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General / Re: PorcFest 2011 - The Porcupine Freedom Festival
« on: February 05, 2011, 05:20:07 PM »
Yea, I highly doubt there will be negative repercussions for creating this thread...

So, ignoring contract provisions that won't likely have negative repercussions is the Sovereign way.  Good to know.

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General / Re: The Tunisian revolt spreads to Egypt
« on: February 05, 2011, 02:21:06 PM »

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General / Re: PorcFest 2011 - The Porcupine Freedom Festival
« on: February 05, 2011, 01:46:13 AM »
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General / Re: The Tunisian revolt spreads to Egypt
« on: February 02, 2011, 12:15:09 AM »
Agreed.  I've seen no evidence whatsoever that any individual in Egypt is an anarchist.  I'm sure there's a couple.

What would you accept as evidence?

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General / Re: The Tunisian revolt spreads to Egypt
« on: February 02, 2011, 12:13:21 AM »
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    * “Mubarak kept the peace treaty”: So, what do you think, if the Egyptian people choose another government, they will go to war with Israel?  Maybe they will demand a few more things from Israel in how they negotiate with the Palestinians.  Maybe Gazans will get better treatment?  Maybe the balance of power will not be tipped over to Israel?  Egypt protests: Israel fears unrest may threaten peace treaty.   Hmm, so we should support the oppression of 80 million Egyptians for a false stabilization?

    * “If they get Democracy they will elect extremists”.  Imagine if the world said that about America.  The Tea Party threatens world stability, as did the Bush administration.  How would you like if others used that as a threat to support an autocrat who made all opposing parties illegal?  In truth, US politics threaten world stability more than Egypt does.  Second, the implication is that democracy is not to be trusted in the hands of “certain” nations, people and religions is offensive, racist and ignorant.  You do not claim to value human rights, democracy and freedom and then you make exclusions based on race, nationality and religion.  Don’t say this shit.

Those aren't self evidently stupid things to say, at least not in the same league as the rest.

Yes they are.  In the past week a lot of motivations have been foisted on Egyptians.  I haven't heard anyone actually on the ground say anything but, "Mubarak must go."  Note, that is very different from, "Mubarak must be replaced."

Terrorcrats are falling all over themselves to get in front of this bandwagon, but they don't (or refuse to) understand that it is hundreds of thousands of people standing in the cradle of civilization clamoring for the evolution.
you just said a whole lot of nothing

Next time I will use small words, just for you. ;-)

Your second paragraph was a whole lot of nothing, the first one was just wrong, "Mubarak must go" just means "we haven't decided who we want to replace him with", not "ooh, we are suddenly flowery anarchist types for no discernable reason."

How wild that you can discern the intentions of millions based on feelings contrary to their statements.  Randi will give you $1M to demonstrate that.  Just remember who told you when it comes to the finder's fee.

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General / Re: The Tunisian revolt spreads to Egypt
« on: February 01, 2011, 12:37:56 PM »
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    * “Mubarak kept the peace treaty”: So, what do you think, if the Egyptian people choose another government, they will go to war with Israel?  Maybe they will demand a few more things from Israel in how they negotiate with the Palestinians.  Maybe Gazans will get better treatment?  Maybe the balance of power will not be tipped over to Israel?  Egypt protests: Israel fears unrest may threaten peace treaty.   Hmm, so we should support the oppression of 80 million Egyptians for a false stabilization?

    * “If they get Democracy they will elect extremists”.  Imagine if the world said that about America.  The Tea Party threatens world stability, as did the Bush administration.  How would you like if others used that as a threat to support an autocrat who made all opposing parties illegal?  In truth, US politics threaten world stability more than Egypt does.  Second, the implication is that democracy is not to be trusted in the hands of “certain” nations, people and religions is offensive, racist and ignorant.  You do not claim to value human rights, democracy and freedom and then you make exclusions based on race, nationality and religion.  Don’t say this shit.

Those aren't self evidently stupid things to say, at least not in the same league as the rest.

Yes they are.  In the past week a lot of motivations have been foisted on Egyptians.  I haven't heard anyone actually on the ground say anything but, "Mubarak must go."  Note, that is very different from, "Mubarak must be replaced."

Terrorcrats are falling all over themselves to get in front of this bandwagon, but they don't (or refuse to) understand that it is hundreds of thousands of people standing in the cradle of civilization clamoring for the evolution.
you just said a whole lot of nothing

Next time I will use small words, just for you. ;-)

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General / Re: The Tunisian revolt spreads to Egypt
« on: February 01, 2011, 01:54:31 AM »
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    * “Mubarak kept the peace treaty”: So, what do you think, if the Egyptian people choose another government, they will go to war with Israel?  Maybe they will demand a few more things from Israel in how they negotiate with the Palestinians.  Maybe Gazans will get better treatment?  Maybe the balance of power will not be tipped over to Israel?  Egypt protests: Israel fears unrest may threaten peace treaty.   Hmm, so we should support the oppression of 80 million Egyptians for a false stabilization?

    * “If they get Democracy they will elect extremists”.  Imagine if the world said that about America.  The Tea Party threatens world stability, as did the Bush administration.  How would you like if others used that as a threat to support an autocrat who made all opposing parties illegal?  In truth, US politics threaten world stability more than Egypt does.  Second, the implication is that democracy is not to be trusted in the hands of “certain” nations, people and religions is offensive, racist and ignorant.  You do not claim to value human rights, democracy and freedom and then you make exclusions based on race, nationality and religion.  Don’t say this shit.

Those aren't self evidently stupid things to say, at least not in the same league as the rest.

Yes they are.  In the past week a lot of motivations have been foisted on Egyptians.  I haven't heard anyone actually on the ground say anything but, "Mubarak must go."  Note, that is very different from, "Mubarak must be replaced."

Terrorcrats are falling all over themselves to get in front of this bandwagon, but they don't (or refuse to) understand that it is hundreds of thousands of people standing in the cradle of civilization clamoring for the evolution.

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General / Suez Canal
« on: January 31, 2011, 11:12:03 PM »
Prediction:

Million man march on Cairo tomorrow coupled with general strike.
Suez canal workers join the strike.
US warships ordered into the canal, with Marines on the ground forcing the canal workers to do their jobs at gunpoint.
Obama puts another notch on his Nobel Peace Prize.

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http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/01/man-claims-glaxo-drug-gay-sex-addict/
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A French father-of-two is to take GlaxoSmithKline to court on Tuesday, alleging the British firm's drug to treat Parkinson's disease turned him into a gay sex and gambling addict.

The 51-year-old's lawyers say their client's behaviour changed radically after he was first administered the drug in 2003 for the illness, which causes tremors, slows movement and disrupts speech.

Didier Jambart, a married father-of-two who says he has attempted suicide three times, claims he became addicted to Internet gambling, losing the family's savings and stealing to feed his habit.

He also became a compulsive gay sex addict and began exposing himself on the Internet and cross-dressing. His risky sexual encounters led to him being raped, his lawyers said.

The behaviour stopped when he stopped taking the drugs in 2005 but by then he had been demoted in his defence ministry job and was suffering from psychological trauma resulting from his addictions, his lawyers said.

The plaintiff is seeking a total of 450,000 euros ($610,000) in damages from Glaxo, which he accuses of selling a "defective" drug, and from his neurologist for having failed to properly inform him about the drug.

The drug, Requip, has been known for years to have undesired side effects but a warning only appeared on its package insert in 2006, his lawyers said.

Glaxo said it did not wish to comment on the case.

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General / Re: FreeKeene on Slashdot
« on: January 31, 2011, 01:22:45 PM »
we'll compare dick sizes in a few months. I'll keep you posted.

Not with that silly little thing you won't.

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General / Re: The first time I filmed a cop - psycho cop edition.
« on: January 30, 2011, 11:54:02 PM »
Next time ask if he can stand with his face to the sun, so that it's behind you and your camera.

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General / Re: Tomato plant
« on: January 30, 2011, 01:20:55 AM »
Do you guys in NH have nice tomato plants?

Would require living in the same place for ~ 60 days and, you know, work, so no.

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Bill O's trollin'!

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyHzhtARf8M[/youtube]

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General / Al Jazeera
« on: January 29, 2011, 04:38:35 PM »
I've spent the last 24 hours watching Al Jazeera English on and off.  What a breath of fresh air.

- no terrorcrat fellating
- very, very few terrorcrat interviews (a result, no doubt, of not fellating terrorcrats)
- many, many, many interviews with people with skin in the game representing many different viewpoints
- constant attempts to confirm facts with many people on the ground
- an actual promo, "journalism without borders"

I now have an answer for people that ask, "whatever happened to journalism?"  All the journalists went to work for Al Jazeera.

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General / Re: Drama in the Free State
« on: January 26, 2011, 12:28:39 PM »
~ 18 months longer than I thought it would take.







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