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Federal Agencies Have Been Sending Employees Links To White Nationalist And Conspiracy Websites For ...
govols comments on Aug 23, 2019:
I'll be able to mine this for interesting content for days. Thanks!
The alt-right manifesto that has Trumpworld talking - POLITICO
govols comments on Aug 23, 2019:
Admin, might it be judicious to go ahead and free Wily?
govols comments on Aug 22, 2019:
Hey, in the spirit of free speech and community, I had to bring it up after a day or two of witnessing his efforts to remain engaged.
Misinformation 101: Jewish people that follow the Torah are not "Waiting for the Messiah" Neither ...
govols comments on Aug 22, 2019:
There should be a link here, toward educational materials. Messiah. Anointed one? One blessed by God to righteously lead a nation of people devoted to fulfilling a covenant--a loyalty pact rooted in mutual devotion and faith? Don't come hither with condemnations alone. Teach. Or get off the pot.
"Okay I jumped to conclusions, I guess it makes sense that a person who is working under a dishonest...
govols comments on Aug 22, 2019:
There are 1.4k comments and counting. Yes, he sometimes postpones the sales pitch, but yeah, "g-word" was goofy. Not sure he's under Whitehouse command.
You know...the over indulgence of our planets resources seems to be an understandable explanation ...
govols comments on Aug 22, 2019:
I think you and I are almost equally black-pilled.
"Utica Snooze 2019" Color Pencil 8" x 10" 2019
govols comments on Aug 22, 2019:
If you put that up as a 8x10 PDF I'd frame it for my wife.
I have been tolerating DJT's antics because of my classical liberal opposition to the regressive ...
govols comments on Aug 22, 2019:
I like the "Starship Troopers" model, myself. A period of national service = citizen. All else carry on with your consumerist lives....
Piers Morgan: Populism is winning because the left has become unbearable ...
govols comments on Aug 22, 2019:
At about 26:00 Piers tells of Trump having basically told him, "he wakes up, looks at all of the screens, if he doesn't like what he sees he gets up, send out a tweet, BOOM! watches it all change in real time. He controls the news agenda with his own hand."
Piers Morgan: Populism is winning because the left has become unbearable ...
govols comments on Aug 22, 2019:
I'm listening to it now. I wonder if Trump might be a gift to reasoned conversation. If we used him as sort of a "test"...say his name and everyone who promptly goes batshit is excused to scream at each other and the rest of us can talk.
I haven't been in a strip joint in..........31 years... Bu it's good to know certain things don't ...
govols comments on Aug 22, 2019:
I've never been in one.
"Purgatory" Oil on Canvas 24" x 30" 1994
govols comments on Aug 22, 2019:
Oh, damn.
Currently a video game company void point .Had to make a groveling apology to trans activists for ...
govols comments on Aug 22, 2019:
This lady is about as bright as a sack of potatoes. []
govols comments on Aug 21, 2019:
govols comments on Aug 21, 2019:
I tried many times to warn leftists and SJW radicals that continuing to push too far, too fast, will bring an eventual radicalization of traditionalist whites.
RCP: DNC 'fixing' the Dem primaries []
govols comments on Aug 21, 2019:
Wouldn't it be easier if The Party just told Its minions who will be nominated? It would waste far less time and cost far less money than pretending The People have a say...
Drop Box Relationships
govols comments on Aug 20, 2019:
That's wrong...
Florida Man Lost His 2A Rights, Thanks To Red Flag Laws And Mistaken Identity
govols comments on Aug 20, 2019:
The bigger issue, to me, is with the cops going to an address with an understanding that the visit might be increasingly dangerous. That circumstance might invoke preparedness standards of the sort that puts everyone who is or becomes involved on edge. These sorts of "warrants" will eventually spiral into SWAT type "no-knock" assaults. Best case, a calm bystander victim of misidentification who actually doesn't have a loaded gun at his bedside. Worst case? These due-process violating warrant services will result in deaths.
This is the biggest bullshit...shut em down. [] []
govols comments on Aug 20, 2019:
Who actually watches this sort of biased crap?
Ooooh, a gotcha moment for China Daily? "Don’t be fooled by US double standards when it comes ...
govols comments on Aug 20, 2019:
What are the Hong Kong people protesting?
Tomi Lahren calls out Dave Rubin and Steven Crowder for dodging debates with leftist Sam Seder. ...
govols comments on Aug 20, 2019:
Debate what, exactly?
Don't know if this is a serious problem in your countries... It is in the UK, and many people don't ...
govols comments on Aug 20, 2019:
Yep, it's a problem, and we know about it, and we're doing something. I know several who are keeping bees, several who are suffering less sufferable pollinators they would otherwise exterminate. I hope the cause is figured out soon. Theories exist, but confidence seems low thus far...
Timur Kuran, "Private Truths, Public Lies," and Preference Falsification. Eric spoke with the ...
govols comments on Aug 20, 2019:
One specific phenomena they touch on is "the cascade effect." When a situation is intolerable enough that one person speaks out loudly, if someone--anybody--in the audience provide the first slow clap of applause, and then another, and another... One just needed somebody to say it. The next most disaffected needed to hear it, and hear somebody support it. So on until an audience actually cheers aloud, with relief that they're not alone.
For those who are aware of Hayek's book, The Road to Serfdom but never read it, I needed to read it ...
govols comments on Aug 19, 2019:
If I'm about to dive into a non-fiction book that's above grade level I'll often find a video conversation about it as a preview, just so I'll have some baseline knowledge going in. Thanks for the link.
What makes someone a Joe Rogan fan? Devin Gordon, writing in “The Atlantic” this week, ...
govols comments on Aug 19, 2019:
Some things one simply can't consume. This article was one of those for me. If I enjoy his guest, I'll enjoy Joe's conversation with them. Simple.
Rasmussen: Public Trusts Political News about as much as they trust Wikipedia ...
govols comments on Aug 19, 2019:
The problem with much of the media is the tendency to deconstruct every aspect of an event and then reconstruct it as bullshit. Trying to derive a truthful account from the news is like standing in front of a fan while the various "content creators" fling buckets full of bullshit through it from the other side. Worse, even the ones you're inclined to trust are actually positioned over behind the fan from you.
Oh, now they've mentioned it...
govols comments on Aug 19, 2019:
Really? They shut down and amusement ride over the shape?
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh my goodness.. []
govols comments on Aug 19, 2019:
Toward the end of this, around 7 min, he hits on one of my peeves. It pisses me off that we either have to understand the world through half truths and lies, or we have to dig into multiple sources and interpretations just to sort out each source's lies and half truths. I understand there is no such thing as unbiased, but the current reality of total agenda driven reporting everywhere you look is maddening.
“Silver….or lead?” Pablo Escobar Cooperation or capitulation seems a fairly ...
govols comments on Aug 19, 2019:
One of those tricks of language (propaganda): Dept. of Defense v Dept of War. I'm not sure there would be as much support for such a huge military budget if we still called it the War Dept.
Violence is surging in Republican-run cities
govols comments on Aug 19, 2019:
The data include accident, suicide, and drug overdose in a set labeled violent death?
This perfectly explains the thought I've had on my mind for quite some time now...they are ...
govols comments on Aug 18, 2019:
I can't figure out what to make of your comment in relation to the content of the video.
Is the site being hacked, or just owned?
govols comments on Aug 18, 2019:
Well, the main page is dominated by a single poster and his repetitive posts to multiple boards. I blocked the user and all of his old posts remained visable. Later, a new wave came in, and all of those are visible. My attempt to block, failed. I had assumed that to be true of any others who might have blocked, but I'm not them and can't know that to be the case. So, I thought maybe somebody had figured out how to turn off the block function.
Like Cats 'N Dogs
govols comments on Aug 18, 2019:
One man's scratching post is another's pissing post, I guess. The natural order presented above doesn't smell as bad as it's reversal.
@govols q:49584 The splitting of a main forum into moderator controlled groups, was supposed to ...
govols comments on Aug 18, 2019:
I should say I deleted the post because I put in an inappropriate forum, and didn't think it was worth reposting to another.
The Political WEAPONIZATION of Phobias - YouTube
govols comments on Aug 16, 2019:
Most "phobias" are simply disgust.
The comments under the video are interesting too. A lot of people pointing toward the same issues as...
govols comments on Aug 16, 2019:
Wow. The comments are...telling.
How Christianity was created. 1. Demonize the Hebrews and make everything Jesus' actual blood ...
govols comments on Aug 15, 2019:
All I can say about Trump is if you support him, you support all the lies, empty rhetoric, broken ...
govols comments on Aug 15, 2019:
May I ask your opinion on whether a better candidate, with a chance of winning, existed in 2016,, or exists going into 2020?
For anyone wondering what the deal is between, China, Hong Kong U.S and rest of the world. Here's ...
govols comments on Aug 15, 2019:
I've seen it suggested--by people who are "post-colonialist"--that the US--a former colony of England--should intervene on behalf of a formerly-Chinese people, formerly colonized by Britain, in order to basically colonize the afore mentioned formerly-Chinese people, for purpose of preventing their colonization by.....China. I didn't make that up................
You pansy-wansies...
govols comments on Aug 15, 2019:
When we did that, if you wanted a turn on the bicycle you had to take a position on the left; next turn to the guy on the right. Take the primary risk first, get a turn at the ramp once you made it through the line. Most likely the bike has a cut out of milk-carton clothes pinned to the frame to rattle in the spokes- too.
Sensuality through Judaism - Rabbi Shmuley's daughter just opened a sex shop in Tel Aviv - and it's ...
govols comments on Aug 14, 2019:
Jewish kosher dildoes from the preacher's daughter? Really? I really would have read that if the website wasn't infested with bandwidth leeching video adds.
[] F@%K Alexa
govols comments on Aug 14, 2019:
God, if You're still listening, might You reconsider You're previous statement on floods?
‘Clearly, he did not take part in our curriculum’: Historians bash Ken Cuccinelli’s revised ...
govols comments on Aug 14, 2019:
Wow. The whole point to almost every aspect of the narrative of current year is the assumption of, and analysis toward, a conclusion of (usually male, and always) rayciss oppression.
Something Touched Me Deep Inside []
govols comments on Aug 12, 2019:
That's what she said.....;->
Time to fuck around a bit.. just because.. Pretty sure my man just sat on a tub of whey and uses ...
govols comments on Aug 12, 2019:
That would be funny if he just had a furry back.
Media Matters is now advertising for the Daily Wire by debasing themselves []
govols comments on Aug 8, 2019:
That had to be a promotion. I'm reading through like: Yea Yea Yea Yea Yea Weird.
This ancient olive tree dubbed “the thinking tree” by locals can be found in Puglia in the ...
govols comments on Aug 8, 2019:
One of the things about becoming old is if you keep quiet people will give you the presumption of wisdom.
Salutation Atheist of the IDW!! Question: How do you explain “religious experience” ...
govols comments on Aug 8, 2019:
govols taking off his skeptic's hat...where's that damned "true believer" atheist cap I keep around here? Ah! Yep, still tight (no wonder I get irritated when it's on.) There is some evidence that we make connections, we imprint, we become "entangled" with people--especially people we're very close with. I think sometimes it's all of the people "pulling for" the loved one to "hold on until _ gets home to say goodbye" is more what keeps the near dead loved one's systems running than the medics. When one entangled faith filled cornerstone finally begs for relief, it breaks the entanglement.
We need to learn the art of listening to each other. How to end Westminster's tribal warfare - ...
govols comments on Aug 8, 2019:
" a leader who shows compassion: who listens deeply, and without prejudice, to understand those who disagree with you....(i)f we all came back in September with just 10% more compassion for our political opponent..." We're no longer about such efforts to overcome, but all about the winning. We're all about taking power, or holding onto power. I'm not sure exactly how things are going in UK or EU, but in US the war of ideas has concluded that all human interactions are about "The Will to Power." You either win, or you get ground to bits by the winners.
Sean Trende: the GOP should worry about Texas []
govols comments on Aug 8, 2019:
Texas is all but lost; it will be blue by 2024, if not by 2020. Its urban centers will carry the State pretty soon.
Byron York: Has Anyone Actually Read the El Paso Manifesto? []
govols comments on Aug 8, 2019:
I've read it, and the reporting I've seen indeed suggests very few who wrote about it, or excerpted phrases from it, did any more than skim it for text that would help fester the narrative.
When did free speech become radical? FreeSpeech
govols comments on Aug 6, 2019:
Let's see... It was radical to speak out against homosexuality itself. It was radical to speak out against discrimination against homosexuals. It was radical to speak against gun control. It was radical to speak for gun control. Integration of blacks Workplace equality Unions Against the income tax FOR the income tax Breaking up the "Trusts" For forgiveness and reconciliation after the civil war Against the Union waging war against the seceded former States Against "repatriating" slaves For repatriating slaves Rejecting the renewal of the National Bank For the establishment of a National Bank Taking on the debts of the States after the American civil war against England Being a loyalist Supporting revolution And they killed Socrates for asking (really fucking annoyingly, the hideous little monster) questions on the square..... Speaking freely has always been radical. Think of the question, "Permission to speak freely, Sir?" It goes ALL the way back...............................................
PJW.. On the shootings []
govols comments on Aug 6, 2019:
We live in interesting times.
Bouaaaaaahahahaha Hitting the wall Explained.. []
govols comments on Aug 6, 2019:
Good grief.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson lambasted for mass shooting perspective Tweet- [] ...
govols comments on Aug 5, 2019:
I'm well acquainted with being thought cold and without empathy.
With mass shootings and gun control issues in mind please read the following and then follow the ...
govols comments on Aug 5, 2019:
To paraphrase a meme, "All of us are crazy. Relax. It isn't a competition,"
El Paso Shooter's Manifesto []
govols comments on Aug 5, 2019:
Both "manifestos" are difficult to interpret toward a "worldview" that could be considered either "right" or "left." There are considerations of globalism; corporate custody of governance; the flow of migrants, whether left unchecked, allowed as policy, or directed as policy; the right of peoples to self-determination; the right of nations to fend off both "invasions" and "over-lord-ship." The Christchurch paper was way longer, but the recent one really covered many of the same ideas. The motive seemed similar in both: Do something; do something that will motivate other to bring all of these questions into the public awareness.
Regarding the shootings etc I think you look at what has changed since the days of folks driving ...
govols comments on Aug 5, 2019:
I swear, there has to be a way to revisit the enlightenment. The rationalization of "natural rights" was based in a theory that--as a function of nature--morals and rights and duties could be universally reasoned. The thing is, all of that was grounded in 15-19 centuries of Christian belief in the individual divinity of man. But the enlightenment foundations of reason and empiricism eventually, inevitably, rejected the divine; the enlightenment itself blew out the spark on which it's very ideals were founded. If we're to allow that "God is dead," the we better own up to the fact that "We have killed him, and no waters exist that might wash away the blood from our hands." We are in desperate need, in this day and age, for either the Second Coming of Christ Himself, or a deep and broad re-examination of Aristotle's Virtues and Ethics. We can return to Faith, or we can have faith in Reason, but if we're to survive the enlightenment's inevitable conclusions we see in practice today, we have to ground it again in something ancient.
I stumbled on a video on YouTube where a right-wing Jewish vlogger accuses a left-wing Christian of...
govols comments on Aug 5, 2019:
Well, I've always sort of thought like, why don't we butt the Hell out and let the Semites and Persians and Kurds and Turkic, etc., figure it out. I think we ought to take an eraser to the lines that Europe drew on the map and leave the clans at peace to fight out new tribal lands. We probably won't have any choice but to do so, as tribally as we're forming up in the West. We'll be busy, er, um, occupied.
Philosophy for the day...
govols comments on Aug 5, 2019:
If every white man committed suicide today they'd all still be racist misogynists for leaving behind the white-male-patriarchy, and leaving all the haters behind to watch it finally down around them.
[] What’s Exceptional About American Exceptionalism? The nation was founded ...
govols comments on Aug 3, 2019:
I have this saved for morning coffee.
Yep yep true story
govols comments on Aug 1, 2019:
I actually had a real gun that I'm still not sure my parents knew I had.
Don't waste time thinking about new technology, there's a border crisis and the president is racist!...
govols comments on Aug 1, 2019:
Top down, or bottom up?
I agree and I'm pretty sure he just signalled the end of the Zombie Apocalypse today.
govols comments on Aug 1, 2019:
A link is missing?
As a Texan this made me laugh.
govols comments on Aug 1, 2019:
I never really though of Australians as ..... wait... I'm walking away from the Texas joke.
Massively disappointed in Joe Rogan’s interview this week with Dr. Cornel West of Harvard. West is...
govols comments on Jul 31, 2019:
Rogan is a left tilted individual, and very open to hearing others views. He doesn't often push and challenge, but instead facilitates the guest's communication of view point. I enjoyed his conversation with West.
Why do people strive to be "victims" these days?! It used to be that the strong were the people that...
govols comments on Jul 31, 2019:
All of this is the result of a real world experiment: what happens to humans if the culture in which they're reared has assumed blank-slate theory is true, and that individuals are fragile?
Titania McGrath We all know that the word “woman” is offensive because it contains the word ...
govols comments on Jul 31, 2019:
Damn, I'm glad she's not real. I just wish she didn't seem so.
The Key to Political Persuasion By Robb Willer and Matthew Feinberg IN business, everyone knows ...
govols comments on Jul 31, 2019:
That came off as about as balanced as I've recently witnessed.
I was listening to a discussion of the evidence for Jesus and the question of what it would take to ...
govols comments on Jul 31, 2019:
I would appreciate a link to the discussion, if available.
I actually forgot about the debates last night. I guess I didn’t see much point: they’ve already...
govols comments on Jul 31, 2019:
She actually has fairly comprehensive positions laid out on her web site. Very much hard to take seriously, but pretty well put together. She has a more "holistic" approach than most.
Writing in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers from the ...
govols comments on Jul 31, 2019:
Do you think this is believable...?
govols comments on Jul 30, 2019:
Plants, yes. Animals, no. Corporate logos, yes.
[] Thoughts?
govols comments on Jul 30, 2019:
My thoughts are: A bit of rage toward you for another damned book I'll eventually have to read. The more I study science and philosophy, the closer I come to believing in God.
Ive been wondering about the Trump racism thing? I think Americans are probably the least racist ...
govols comments on Jul 29, 2019:
Um, the rhetoric of racism is used constantly by supposed non racists.
Well this is awkward.. []
govols comments on Jul 29, 2019:
At present I'm agnostic. I'll pick sides once we figure out how the sides are going to be drawn. I'm currently leaning toward Southern Nationalist.
I'm curious and would like your input on perceptions of mental health problems. When you think of...
govols comments on Jul 29, 2019:
I have an idea the the quantity and degrees of neuroticism are proportional to the simplicity and stability of the societies in which individuals exist. More complexity and/or more units of change per units of time screw with individual and populational adaptability.
[] One of my favorite topics.
govols comments on Jul 29, 2019:
Yeah, this is wild. The more we learn the more we figure out how much we don't know. Evolution so well fits so much of what we think we know, or we've built so much of what we know on assumptions that haven't yet proved true.
Did everyone see Professor Stephen Hicks in the SOHO debate last week? His next podcast is coming ...
govols comments on Jul 29, 2019:
the soho debate:
"It is better to inspire the heart with a noble sentiment, than to teach the mind a truth of ...
govols comments on Jul 29, 2019:
7th grade, eh? Well, if you never have, look up McGuffey's 6th reader from the 1800s. The whole series is worth a look; it didn't teach just reading and writing, but even manners, morals, and ethics. It was one of the most widely used school texts in the country for generations, providing, for many, at least some degree of noble sentiment.
Its ironic that you are the first and only current @govols
govols comments on Jul 29, 2019:
Okay, I give up on this one. I had no opinion or concern about the topic, and after a few hours browsing through some online content some level of interest has been installed but no opinion has set in. I can't make a reasonable case for either side.
Vatican signs historic deal with China []
govols comments on Jul 26, 2019:
For whatever reason I have distrust of global church ruled from a city-state. From that perspective it seems like a sellout. If I put on more evangelical lenses it might be an effort toward more effective outreach. I have a hard time trusting the church, though, and the very idea of a pope, much less a given pope or the Vatican's diplomatic policies. But, hey, I'm not Catholic, nor Chinese. What the f do I know.......
[] F@%K this B!+Ch
govols comments on Jul 26, 2019:
Not even with your d....
Its ironic that you are the first and only current @govols
govols comments on Jul 26, 2019:
Well, since I'm here, and you started it, pick a topic and I'll start gathering my argument.
[] Sound of Silence - Disturbed
govols comments on Jul 25, 2019:
This is one of the best performances I've ever experienced. I've watched it many times.
The New Society (I believe that we are on the cusp of a new, unprecedented and largely ...
govols comments on Jul 25, 2019:
Um, I had a bad thought about this topic... Evolutionary theory suggests that adaptations are the result of the competition over scarce resources. If humans exist in a zero to low scarcity environment, theory suggests evolutionary dead-end?
Anyone brave enough to make an attempt in forming an argument against their own stances on current ...
govols comments on Jul 25, 2019:
I'm sometimes afraid to. It would really piss me off if I argued a bad position and my argument was used to get it implemented.
[] Borrowing this from an old friend with whom I agree: "$320 billion in extra ...
govols comments on Jul 23, 2019:
I think our "leaders" are resigned to bankrupting their grandchildren... or they're confident the collapse is imminent. "I have no faith in my ability to lead, and I no longer care about posterity." 20th and 21st century western ideals.................
Has Our Culture Hit a Dead End? - YouTube
govols comments on Jul 21, 2019:
It isn't a dead end unless we make one of if. For now we have choices not to.
What if the World is a Reflection of Our Understanding of It?
govols comments on Jul 19, 2019:
It IS.
Did the Trump Tax Cut Add One Trillion To Our Debt? - libertycadre
govols comments on Jul 19, 2019:
Nope. A trillion too much spending did.
BabylonBee: Trump finally loses Baptist support when video shows him dancing... ...
govols comments on Jul 18, 2019:
Oh dear God! If somebody would animate Trump as the dancing baby from hoowachuka, huwachuka.. State of the union... I'm freaking loving the video in my mind....
I have seen JBP several time speak of their being “very little psychological differences between ...
govols comments on Jul 18, 2019:
And then, on the main point: Men and Women are vastly different.
I have seen JBP several time speak of their being “very little psychological differences between ...
govols comments on Jul 18, 2019:
JBP and others who are brave enough to discuss traits seem to do so with full knowledge and with every effort to disclaim applicability to all cases. The simple way for people to get it is to look up a standard distribution curve just to see the shape. Draw a bunch of overlapping bell-curves. Label each as aggressiveness, agreeableness, intelligence, passivity, openness, respect for authority, athleticism, persistence, gullibility...pick a bunch of traits and imagine a curve for each trait and each sex, and make sure that for each trait the curve for sex largely overlaps. For each race the curve largely overlaps. Most of the time we share a lot of overlap, and the deviation is largely at the tails. The overlap is real; we're largely the same. The variation at the tails and at the peaks is also real; there are real deviations between groups and among them. Sociological and psychological statistics are all overlapping and don't predict for specific individuals. The point is to attempt the fabrication of useful ways of framing interesting questions and devising theories that can be tested through well-designed strategies of study.
Should Trump control/reprimand crowds from chanting bad things? At a recent Trump rally, the crowd ...
govols comments on Jul 18, 2019:
He isn't going to dial anything back. Trump is a troll. He has identified a sticking point and he'll stick with it. He can string together a few tweets and drive the newscycle, the outrage, the attention of the entire chattering class for days...and also get the people that the chattering class hates to collectively fist pump in his general direction. Yeah, he's gonna just keep piling it higher and deeper. After all, there's just so much of it to shovel.It's like the hard-core left has been piling up shit for a few decades and he was like, "Well, I can't redirect the waters but I can grab this shovel and start flinging!" To half the country what that looked like was he was digging them out at the same time giving the other side a taste of what they'd been slinging.
Does the IDW Trumpian identity mean its doomed? Asking for a friend.
govols comments on Jul 18, 2019:
I don't think IDW is Trumpian by any stretch, though I'll grant it's fairly non-ANTI-Trumpian. I see so many directions of thinking, a lot of exploratory ideas, ideas utterly unrelated to Trump/Never-Trump. There is a genuine effort all over IDW to talk about topics so broad and wide ranging, almost like "PLEASE, can we talk about something we can TALK about instead of just fretting over the latest tweet from OrangeManBad?"
Who here gets the reference of "Divine Right's Trip" (without Googling for the answer)? Bonus points...
govols comments on Jul 17, 2019:
Never heard of it, never read a fiction serial in a periodical print publication, and was like 0-4 while it was being originally printed. No points for me.
If Pete Buttigieg ends up coming from behind and winning the nomination: is it not PC to say "Pete ...
govols comments on Jul 17, 2019:
No. No, no, no, no, no, no. Dang. You did, didn't you?
Kind of true
govols comments on Jul 17, 2019:
. Three doctors are discussing which types of patients they prefer. Doctor Watson says, ”I prefer ...
govols comments on Jul 17, 2019:
When you need a lawyer, you really need a lawyer. Never talk to cops without one: it's a trap.

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