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November 10th, 2017 @ 5:18PM

MEMBER SINCE:April 16th, 2005
LAST ONLINE:November 10th, 2017 @ 5:18PM
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    IN RESPONSE TO: UK Terror Attack

    If you think it's a serious problem you can't do math. And that 'random' gun violence still kills far more people than terrorism does.

    Doing the math and just telling the family's of the dead "Oh well your loved one was just unlucky" isn't good enough.

    Well that's a great argument I never made. Being smart isn't about being nice, but it's not about being mean, either. You don't have to go up to anyone and say 'your loved one was just unlucky,' because doing that would make you a huge asshole.

    No one is saying 'don't take reasonable steps for security against terrorism.' But now all your phone calls and web traffic are recorded and toddlers get strip searched at airports by people trained worse than McDonald employees who also get to see you nude through body scanners. And yet most tests show these precautions are just security theater, not real security.

    So enjoy giving up your freedoms for a little bit more security (or the illusion thereof.) Personally I'll just stick with math and not worry about terrorism *or* being randomly shot. Instead I'll worry about things like getting hit by a car while some teenager is texting and driving, or falling down stairs, or coronary heart disease.

    You know, shit that might actually kill me.

    Lives are worth saving, math or not.

    Then put the effort where it counts. Terrorism is just a useful tool for politicians at this point. If you're afraid of it, you frankly ought to be embarrassed.

    Posted: March 23rd, 2017 @ 5:35PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: UK Terror Attack

    I think his point is that it's not really a legitimate security concern when you do the math.
    Posted: March 22nd, 2017 @ 6:35PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Tuesday Politics

    Man are the comments in that Sweden article disgusting. You know the saying about people in glass houses. Are we really gonna pretend *Sweden* is the country that has to worry about murder, rape, and crime in general? Ooookay.

    Maybe we should get working on our *own* problems, considering how much more dangerous it is to live in the US.


    "the murder rate in Malmö itself has nearly doubled in the past two years, increasing from about seven murders in 2014 to twelve in 2016."

    Oh man, what a hellhole.

    Posted: February 21st, 2017 @ 7:24AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Monday Politics

    Fox News used to get their talking points straight from the Bush administration.

    The Trump administration gets its talking points straight from Fox News.


    Posted: February 20th, 2017 @ 8:39AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Fucking Verizon

    So is the $50 per phone charge you buying your phone through verizon? Or just the charge for any phone with a data plan?
    Posted: February 14th, 2017 @ 7:50AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Soros behind both Republicans AND Democrats

    People with money will spend money to make more money. Once you have enough money, it makes sense to spend that trying to influence government to make you more money.

    I'd be pleasantly surprised if Trump couldn't be counted among them. I mean he was a democrat when it profited him. Time will tell.

    Posted: February 7th, 2017 @ 5:12AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Today's Politics

    I guess we'll just aspire to be only as good as Muslim shitholes. Solid plan to make America great again.
    Posted: January 29th, 2017 @ 11:53AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Today's Politics (BUMP for discussion)

    I'm only interested in accountability.

    If you eat like a pig all your life and get diabetes, should you be allowed to use insulin? Or is that dodging your accountability?

    Posted: January 24th, 2017 @ 11:40AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Today's Politics (BUMP for discussion)

    I will say in cases of rape

    So it's about punishing people for choosing to have sex? Why do you care if people fuck?

    Posted: January 22nd, 2017 @ 3:13PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Today's Politics

    So either the next president is being influenced by Russia or the CIA is being influenced by 4chan. What a time to be alive.
    Posted: January 11th, 2017 @ 3:13PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Monday Random News

    Worse--a socialist.

    Shit! But am I a socialist for the illuminati? RRP, come help us out here.

    Posted: January 6th, 2017 @ 12:50PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Monday Random News

    if you wanna know why it goes to their gay agenda by having every "female" secretly a guy you sublimally become attracted to male features in hopes of turning you gay.

    So... to run the world, they want to turn people gay.

    Again: to you these words make sense?

    As long as you're explaining things for us, here's one for you: on one of my hands the ring finger is longer than the index finger, and on the other my index finger is longer than my ring finger. Does that make me a tranny, or just a hermaphrodite?

    you sublimally become attracted to male features

    Bonus question: Do you find yourself fighting an attraction to men? You know, not because you're gay at all. But because the illuminati are trying to make you gay.

    Posted: January 5th, 2017 @ 3:08PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Monday Random News


    The illuminati is taking over the world by replacing guy actors with secretly-girl actors and girl actors with secretly-guy actors.

    To you these words make sense?

    Posted: January 4th, 2017 @ 8:56AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Shoppin: AliExpress

    AliExpress / AliBaba are larger than Amazon and Ebay combined, and they act as an escrow service between you and the individual sellers who will never see your credit card information. They're big enough and make enough money that they don't need to steal your CC.

    Just be careful to keep track of how long you have to contest items that don't show up (and do so in time) and you'll be fine.

    The long delivery time and awful tracking sucks, though. Also, a lot of the products are crap. Some good stuff, though.

    Posted: December 19th, 2016 @ 12:38PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Survival Thread

    falcon i know, you do have a point but nobody knows where i live or who i am, im posting the pics to inspire others to start preparing hehe

    True, I mean how would anyone know you live in Madison?


    Posted: November 28th, 2016 @ 12:00PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Overwatch Beta

    Pretty damned awesome game.
    Posted: November 4th, 2015 @ 5:55PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Sandra Bland Dashcam Video Released - F the police!

    I'm with Charkoth.

    Some people only know how to resolve things through escalation. They shouldn't be police officers. She had the right to be smoking in her car, responding to her refusal by asking her to get out of the car (which is a lawful order) was I think intentional escalation because he had decided he was going to make a point. Not getting in the motivation behind asking her to put it out in the first place.

    Also, if you can call a lit cigarette a weapon you can call anything a weapon. Going to call car keys a weapon? How about a pen if someone is taking notes while they're being pulled over? How about a cell phone --those are getting pretty big, you could smack someone in the temple pretty hard with a cell phone.

    Posted: July 26th, 2015 @ 3:33PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Need help on reviewing new computer setup for Nephew

    As pointed out, the SSD is a bit small, though personally I'd remedy that by ditching the spindle drive entirely and putting that money towards a better SSD.

    Also, there's no third party cooler that I see. the i5-K won't get far overclocking with the stock cooler. If you don't care about overclocking, it's the wrong CPU outright and the wrong motherboard chipset, and you can opt for a much cheaper motherboard / non-K i5 (or even go with something like the xeon 1231v3 instead, which is basically an i7 at the same price) and put the money towards a GPU that's better than the GTX 750 and get a better overall experience.

    But if this system is a jumping off point where your nephew will eventually pick up a better cooler and upgrade the GPU, then it's a really good starting system. The i5-K, overclocked, is probably the best gaming CPU out there for the money.

    Posted: July 10th, 2015 @ 10:52AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: illegals committing crime

    I'm all for legal immigration, but I just don't understand how they could have an agency request his detainment and then let him go even so. I hope they end up liable somehow.
    Posted: July 4th, 2015 @ 1:27PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Police Killed More Americans In 2014 Than All U.S. Mass Shootings Combined (activistpost.com)

    I see this one trotted out all the time. The difference is that police are much more likely to be the victims of felonious assault than anyone that ranks above them for fatalities. People intentionally try to harm or kill police because of who they are and because of the job they do.

    I would love to know why this makes any difference at all.

    Know who else is more likely than most to be the victim of felonius assault? Security guards. Who. Fucking. Cares. Dead is dead. We don't excuse security guards for blowing away people like Amadou Diallo. But we excuse cops.

    I don't care if you die because someone really didn't like you or if you die because it's easy to get sucked into machinery at your dangerous job. Police use 'feared for their life' as a get out of jail card when they shoot some guy who didn't deserve it. And it's time to dismiss the idea that they ought to be acting that scared. Being scared makes police more dangerous.

    And for the record, most police deaths on duty aren't from battling the evil forces of ne'er-do-wells that are trying to kill them. They're from crashing their cruisers.

    If you're a chickenshit, don't be a police officer. It's not that hard.

    We should force police to get malpractice insurance that covers settlements normally paid out by cities. We still wouldn't be tossing the bad ones in prison like they deserve, but at least we'd make them unemployable as police officers.

    Posted: June 24th, 2015 @ 3:33PM

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