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News Comments > Saturday Safety Dance
58. No subject Dec 13, 2016, 05:16 Mashiki Amiketo
 
Beamer wrote on Dec 12, 2016, 07:25:

This is fun. Find a single quote from me about CON. Just one.

Or find me saying nice things about people in the "social justice movement" that would make someone think I even respect them, let alone consider them "favorites."

But sorry, anyone giving any credence to Pizzagate is a brainless moron, and anyone that can't see how GG is an alt-right extension of Five Guys, which was exclusively about harassment, is the type of person that ends up a Pizzagate believer.

Okay. Gee that's easy. Guess you shouldn't have asked.

You mean besides your support for Randi Harper, and Zoe Quinn?

Sorry, anyone who's never been involved in a child porn investigation as a crown witness or witness for the state doesn't know what they're talking about. So when was your last time as a witness for the state or crown? Mine was 2 years ago.

Whoops. Guess there's another reporter who pushed the "Iraq has WMD's" bit, this one for the NYT...again. That "dangerous alt-right" that nobody has really heard of, except the progressives pushing it. Oh wait, maybe it was China who hacked the emails from the DNC? No wait, the intelligence oversight committee says that neither the FBI or CIA have any substantive evidence.
 
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News Comments > Saturday Safety Dance
48. No subject Dec 12, 2016, 05:46 Mashiki Amiketo
 
Beamer wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 10:19:
I'd just like to remind everyone that Mashiki believes Pizzagate.

Reminder: I said that there's highly suspicious things. Don't let that usual lying get in your way Beamer. I'll also remind everyone that Beamer still thinks that Gamergate is only 300 people, and the big anti-harassment group known as the "Crash Override Network" or CON, wasn't engaged in doxing and harassment. Believes that GG is nothing but harassment, and runs away when confronted that his favorite people in the social justice movement are shown to be gigantic hypocrites who actively engage in everything they claim to be against.

Though, I'll remind you that Norway just busted several hundred people in a child porn ring. And over the last 10 years, in the DC area there were 3 major child porn ring busts with big-name insiders. That was including Jeffery Epstein who was a major donor to the democrats -- Epstiens pedophile island was also considered a "conspiracy theory."

jdreyer wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 15:16:

I'm not sure what you're getting at.

In the Iraq war the CIA told the Bush administration that Iraq had no WMDs, and Cheney chose to ignore it and say the opposite.

In the 2016 election the CIA told the Obama administration that Russia made a concerted effort to throw the election to Donald Trum, and he's choosing to release that information.

They are the opposite situation.
No? The CIA lied with WMD's. And instead of there being an actual report, the entire basis of this claim is "insiders, and overhearing" no leaks, no nothing. The entire basis is to allow the media to disavow when it turns out that nothing actually happened. This is the same CIA that a few months ago said that "ISIS is on the verge of being defeated" up until a week or so ago, when they said well...no, actually we meant that it's expanding and they're also trying to gain footholds in Central and South America. The CIA is so politicized and so broken that it's left hand doesn't know what the right is doing.

Keep in mind that nearly(though I believe every state) that uses electronic voting keeps their machines in an "offline" state. AKA not connected to the internet. If you haven't been paying attention the new media push is that them ruskies also tried to hack the voting machines. And the Obama administration suddenly started pushing this narrative with the media after Trump won and *after* Stien's recounts were either tossed out or shown that there was no hacking. Now we can round this out that the FBI had already investigated, and said that there was no outside hacking.

Then once we dig into what's actually being said, we find out that the Obama administration much like the DNC and Hillary's campaign are far more interested in trying to blame someone for shoddy security measures, falling for basic password phishing and trying to ignore the content of the actual emails. In other words, the media and the DNC would rather people not look at the contents of what was dumped. Or that even wikileaks has come out and said that the source of the emails -- which is what this claim of "the ruskies meddled in our election" is.

Now let's also not forget that it was Obama and his "when I'm president I'll have much more leeway to work with Russia" and Hillary and Obama's "restart button" with Russia -- when it was convenient. Or that Hillary wanted to start WWIII over Syria...just to toss that all in there.


But hey, here's a thought. Those ruskies decided to hack the election...and didn't give him the popular vote either. Yes! That makes perfect sense.
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News Comments > Saturday Metaverse
35. No subject Dec 12, 2016, 05:41 Mashiki Amiketo
 
Redmask wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 10:57:
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More importantly, go read this article and tell me with a straight face you're trusting a wordpress blog and a site that brazenly posts fake news regularly over actual meteorologists.

Right-o. Ask for facts that the media has done bullshit, gets tromped. Whines and complains when actual citations are given, cries that something is fake when you can cross-reference everything that's listed. Complains that something is fake news when all of the bullshit being pushed is handed to them on a platter.

Then tries to switch the direction. So I'm guessing you support building hundreds of large-scale nuclear power plants right? If you "care about a sustainable future for your kids" you should be. And you're 100% against garbage like "wind power and solar power" except in areas where it will actually pay for itself, instead of driving the cost of electricity so high that record numbers of people are being disconnected, like here in Ontario.
 
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News Comments > Saturday Safety Dance
35. No subject Dec 11, 2016, 10:12 Mashiki Amiketo
 
Quboid wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 10:03:
No, obviously I'm not saying anything like that. I'm saying Trump has power.

You mean the only power he currently has is talking. Just like he did before? I'm sure this worked very well for Obama and Iran right? Or is it Obama didn't have power. In turn Trump doesn't have actual power yet? I'll let you take your guess, because there's been several Obama insiders that have come out saying that the Iranian deal which was counter to US policy for the last ~30 years was started when Obama had not transitioned to power.

No, that was the right-wing media like Fox. The left-wing media was saying that there aren't WMDs and that removing Saddam would cause a power vacuum that could someone who is actually dangerous to the West to gain power. Written at the time.
Oh boy. You'd better to start looking backwards. I mean it's not like CBS, NYT, etc and everyone else was saying that there were WMD's. Especially when it was convenient. No no. The left wing media was always against it.

Incidentally I said this 5 days ago:
"I think a lot of people have realised that right-wing news organisations have lied to them a lot, but those lies are too ingrained for them to be willing or able to believe more central or left-wing news, and so go deeper down the rabbit hole instead."

You might want to step out of the echo chamber. There's a reason why in most of the western world the general trust of the mainstream press is low, declining, or bottoming out. There's also a reason why the mains stream press in the US has a trustworthiness of under 10%(I believe it was 6% last I heard).
 
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News Comments > Saturday Safety Dance
33. No subject Dec 11, 2016, 09:49 Mashiki Amiketo
 
Quboid wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 09:24:

Rubbish. He's the president-elect now, he has power now. Appointing people for his cabinet is power. Tweets from the person who will be president is power now. Are you baffled by the reaction to Taiwan calling him? Why would China care, it's not Jan 20th yet?!
Gotcha. So you're saying that you're anti-democracy, and the US should simply roll over for China because it has a snit over a group of people that refused communism? Or that the US president shouldn't talk to Taiwan despite the fact that they sell them billions of dollars worth of weapons every year to defend against China. That making lots of sense now?


Gee, if only there had been some media organisations out there who had called this out at the time. I wonder, if such organisations did exist, what would they make of Trump, the alt-right and neo-nazis.

You mean all those media organizations that were all over it salivating like a dog with a delicious bone while it was all convenient for them? Then were all over the "well no, maybe not." Oh wait! It's only convenient now, with even more flimsy evidence then the whole Iraq-WMD thing. Something-something-crywolf. Something-something-everyone I disagree with is a nazi. Wait, I've heard that one before too...back during the election for Bush Jr...both times. And against Ben Carson, and nearly every republican governor, congressman, and senator. Oh, I also heard that one about Steven Harper to boot.
 
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News Comments > Saturday Metaverse
20. No subject Dec 11, 2016, 09:34 Mashiki Amiketo
 
Redmask wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 08:32:
Go ahead and post them then. By all means, lets get it done. Well? What the fuck are you waiting for? Post this shit.

Nothing. Ok.


Okay. No more snow in the UK for instance? The scrubbed article WAPO -- the incoming ice age Blahblahblah trees/food shortages/no more REM's/noble elements/etc

Same shit, going on nearly 40 years. Doom and gloom, and you wonder why people are saying it's bullshit? I personally like the "there will be no more natural gas by 1981." Just a FYI in the region between Grande Cache and Grande Prairie, Alberta there's enough NG to supply the US at current usage for 40-70 years.
 
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News Comments > Saturday Safety Dance
31. No subject Dec 11, 2016, 09:19 Mashiki Amiketo
 
jdreyer wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 01:56:
A foreign government using illegal means worked at and succeeded in getting their preferred candidate elected.

The CIA has concluded in a secret assessment that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump win the presidency, rather than just to undermine confidence in the U.S. electoral system, according to officials briefed on the matter.

I guess the Iraq war was full of factual information and there were WMD's right? You realize that the entire article is written based on 3rd party information, with no confirmation. But let's play the "if it is illegitimate." Was it okay for the US to do the same thing in soviet satellite states?

Quboid wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 08:34:

Do you mean they both took campaign contributions and worked the public speaking circuit?

No. They both took money either directly or in-directly through intermediaries or shell organizations and gave political or social rewards for it.

If xyz company lobbies to a person in the open. Everyone sees it. If xyz company sends money to a 3rd party, and then gains access to that person? Well now we've got a problem. That's what both of them did.
 
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News Comments > Saturday Safety Dance
25. No subject Dec 11, 2016, 01:29 Mashiki Amiketo
 
NKD wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 01:25:

So after he is inaugurated we'll stop hearing the "What about Clinton?" deflection? Good, then we don't have a problem.

With any luck? Yep. We'll actually also see if there's "real concerns" or if it's simply a case of the left-wing media and political being so out of touch that they continue down the path of pushing fake news as being real, while screaming "thems are nazi's in the whitehouse!!!!1111" Because they still don't understand why they lost the election.

Remember that neo-nazi meeting that the media was all over? The one where they were screaming "THE END TIMES, THE END TIMES ARE UPON US!" Remember how many people there were? No? Less than 40. There were also nearly 150 reporters to boot. They're doing pretty good making a literal ant hill into a termite mound.
 
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News Comments > Saturday Safety Dance
23. No subject Dec 11, 2016, 01:10 Mashiki Amiketo
 
NKD wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 01:06:

This is true. But do you believe that gives Trump a get out of jail free card for literally anything he does? I don't think "What about Hillary" is a logically sound excuse for anything now that the election is over.

Trump's decisions have to stand scrutiny on their own now dude. Yelling about emails or how crooked Hillary is doesn't help, primarily because most everyone agrees that she is dirty, they just don't agree that it matters anymore.

Trump has yet to actually *be* president on the other hand. He's appointed people for his cabinet, but has not assumed power. If we're(the media and people) going to turn around and claim Trump is all the "evils of the world" while not having any institutionalized power yet, then Clinton is still fair game isn't she. In turn, her connections to the Obama administration.

Until Trump is actually president in ~30 odd days, this is nothing but self-flagellation to make yourself feel better because he was elected.

edit: This is much more a reasonable cause as to the big push on "fake news" however. Massive ratings freefall, and trustworthiness by the public at 6%.

Dagnamit wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 01:09:
that's where you're wrong. Trump supporters already want me dead, they want to sell out to Russia and steal this nation's wealth. Make no mistake, the war is on, and the bad guys are winning, because people like you refuse to accept what they see with their eyes and hear with their ears. We need to FIGHT!! FIGHT!!! THERE ARE NEO-NAZIs IN THE WHITE HOUSE. We fought a war to slaughter NAZIs and they are here again, and you're telling ME that I'm not helping?

Nice edit there. Too bad you're showing yourself to be so self-absorbed in your own echo chamber, that you need to leave. Perhaps go outside, stop listening to what the media is telling you.

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News Comments > Saturday Safety Dance
20. No subject Dec 11, 2016, 01:02 Mashiki Amiketo
 
Quboid wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 00:55:
What's the similarity between Clinton and Park?

Dagnamit and loomy, you're not helping. You've managed to be worse than the Trump supporter.

Both were engaged in pay-to-play, with massive amounts of donations from either corporations or other government bodies with speaking appointments and/or promises of "helping hands."

Though right now with Park the more that the case goes on, the more dirty laundry gets into the air. So far there is drug running, actual indoctrination at a all-girls-school. Multiple cases of medical examiners at said school selling and providing drugs to girls at the behest of the president. Selling of access to Samsung, Daewoo, and a couple of other companies. Then there's the crazy stuff like N.Korean influence peddling, that's just hit the news as unconfirmed. Comparatively, you've got Clinton and her foundation. Selling access and taking large sums of money from 3rd parities. Those parties then suddenly being granted access to the highest levels of government or being granted positions in government during Obama's tenure.

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News Comments > Saturday Metaverse
18. No subject Dec 11, 2016, 01:00 Mashiki Amiketo
 
Saboth wrote on Dec 11, 2016, 00:11:
A fake news site (Breitbart) calling a legit news source "fake". That's rich. Call me when Breitbart has actual climate scientists working for them and can present some factual studies.

Would that be just like ABC, NBC, CBS, NPR and so on and their fake news? I've still got the newspaper and reel-to-reel recordings of them pushing everything from "the ice age is coming" to "the world is going to starve to death by 1985" to "there will be no trees left by 2000" to "kids will only read about snow in history books by 2010." Or the more modern stuff like "hands up don't shoot" or the media's attempt to claim that the San Bernardino shooter was "linked to gamergate and wearing green and purple."
 
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News Comments > Saturday Safety Dance
18. No subject Dec 11, 2016, 00:48 Mashiki Amiketo
 
loomy wrote on Dec 10, 2016, 23:41:

jesus christ trumpers are the dumbest fucking rocks


2008 [tinfoil intensifies]

Come on guys, there's no way that there's been a child grooming operation in Rotherham that's been going on for 15 years, stop being racist.

2010 [Tinfoil Intensifies]

Come on guys, the government isn't snooping in on all of our data, don't be silly. That would take a giant datacenter in Utah the likes of which would never be possible.

2015 [tinfoil intensifies]

Come on guys, there's no way that there's a Shaman controlling the South Korean president. That would be a modern day Rasputin, stop believing in stupid conspiracy theories when we have Occams razer.

Don't worry, we already know it. Facts hurt you feelings. No no, it's just a giant conspiracy theory guys! That's why a sitting president was just impeached.
 
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News Comments > Saturday Safety Dance
13. No subject Dec 10, 2016, 23:23 Mashiki Amiketo
 
mag wrote on Dec 10, 2016, 20:35:
Buddy, you got played so hard, and we're all going to pay for it. Your team's letter might be by his name, but Trump is not on your side.

You mean besides the source report on itself? That sucker is full of so many maybe, anonymous insiders and so on that it makes the WMD report on Iraq look credible.

Shifting the topic a bit, anyone been paying attention to S.Korea? No? Well they just impeached their president for basically doing what Hillary Clinton was doing.
 
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News Comments > GOG.Com Winter Sale Includes Free NWN; Steam Sale Dated
15. No subject Dec 1, 2016, 17:41 Mashiki Amiketo
 
MT Silver wrote on Dec 1, 2016, 17:03:
You mean the first chapter in Witcher 1 or 3?

First one of course. Witcher 3's first area though, it's very easy to get hung up on "oh boy, let's explore!"
 
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News Comments > GOG.Com Winter Sale Includes Free NWN; Steam Sale Dated
9. No subject Dec 1, 2016, 13:56 Mashiki Amiketo
 
sauron wrote on Dec 1, 2016, 13:48:

Strangely, I could never get into Mask of the Betrayer for NWN2 - no idea why. It looks as though it should be really fun, and the reviews were excellent.

That's because it starts out very slowly, but once it kicks in it becomes great. The start-lag to actually get you involved reminds me of The Witcher. I hate the first chapter in the Witcher with a passion, but once you're out of that the game is amazing.
 
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News Comments > Cities: Skylines: Natural Disasters Strike
1. No subject Nov 30, 2016, 03:13 Mashiki Amiketo
 
It's now everything that the new simcity wished it could have been. The radio stations are great, and on top of it some of the commercials are just stupidly hilarious.  
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News Comments > Thanksgiving Metaverse
22. No subject Nov 25, 2016, 23:14 Mashiki Amiketo
 
Beamer wrote on Nov 25, 2016, 12:05:
Wow. That's melodramatic. Did you know every website can alter what you post? And there are still records of this.

And this all stemmed from him shutting down a pizzagate sub. Pizzagate, for those of you blissfully unaware, was the_Donald and KotakuInAction regulars posting LinkedIn profiles of people they thought ran a pedophile ring with Hillary Clinton.

Nuke them all. Bottom of the Internet.
Nice of you to turn around and lie through you teeth there beamer. Think you mean, it was information pulled directly from the podesta and DNC emails that are on wikileaks. And that there were an awful lot of coincidences between pedophile slang in those emails and what pedophiles use to flag out their preferences for fucking little kids.


I doubt it. I use Reddit almost exclusively for subjects that don't even need to be censored. There are 100's of thousands of sub-reddits that move along just fine. If a few get twisted over this and go to Voat to keep it alive, so be it. Who in their right mind would want to be associated in any way with this drivel? Anything that is on the fringe of Reddit if it was gone... I wouldn't even know it.

Fringe? You mean like /r/politics or /r/worldnews? A couple of subs which actively censor things that don't fit in the groupthink, one of the reasons why people are going anywhere else? Or do you means subs like /r/european which were banned? Because they dared to post things that weren't politically correct. Well, after the new top-mod leaks came out. I wouldn't trust most subs these days, especially subs with large groups of power moderators.

 
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News Comments > Thanksgiving Metaverse
19. No subject Nov 25, 2016, 11:31 Mashiki Amiketo
 
LiTh wrote on Nov 25, 2016, 09:06:
The trolls got trolled and now they're crying bloody murder about it. I find it very amusing.

Except that's not the case. Just think, what the CEO has done has turned around and made sure that Reddit is now no longer covered under the Safe Harbor provisions. Enjoy that gigantic bowl of worms to start with. Now think a bit deeper. Can you prove that a persons comment was actually their comment? In let's say...hate speech? Nope. Incitement for terrorism? Nope. Now they've introduced a strong point of doubt, because the administration has shown they can edit and leave no evidence of tampering.

How about all that subpenaed information? Same deal. And we're just getting started. That's what his little temper tantrum has put into motion. Oh yes, it's very amusing. Not so much for the CEO, or what their engineers are going to have to do in order to fix this. Or that he's just nuked his(and the sites) credibility from orbit. I'm guessing 2 years from now? This will be the action that led to reddit's death.

That's not even touching on other subs, like SRS, circlebroke and so on which routinely engage in rule breaking from doxing to harassment to brigading. But they seem to want to go after T_D for whatever reason. Or the massive amounts of censorship in worldnews, politics, and so on. Especially if you're engaging in wrong-think.
 
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News Comments > Morning Legal Briefs
13. No subject Nov 21, 2016, 13:24 Mashiki Amiketo
 
NKD wrote on Nov 21, 2016, 13:18:
No one cares about Clinton anymore dude. Two failed runs for President, unlikely to ever run for public office again. It's only going to get more and more impossible to get anyone to go after them.

Well no one cared about Jimmy Savalie either, until it came to light that there was 30+ years of him screwing pre-teen girls, and literally the political, social and media elite in the UK was neck deep in it as well. Going as far being directly involved and telling the police not to investigate it.

Noticed something interesting the other day though, you see all those pictures of Clinton? How she suddenly looks so "ill and worn out" after losing? Smells a bit rotten to me, almost like they're trying to setup a "Look at her, she so sick, and ill. You shouldn't go after her for doing all those things! You should just pardon her, and close that chapter of history."


Bodolza wrote on Nov 21, 2016, 13:22:
Yes they did. You haven't been paying attention.
You mean they didn't. Sorry, the media didn't dig into the DNC leaks. They didn't dig into the pay-for-access by individuals into the clinton camp. They actually did their best to bury it, and ran with the "russia made those emails" or "the hacks were because russia" or something along those lines. Hitting the media low point of "if you look at those leaks on wikileaks, it's illegal. Unless you're media like us."

This is not the first. It's been happening for about 200 years. You are either grossly misinformed or a liar.
So, people caught paying for access. And a person who was SoS, shouldn't be held to account not only for breaking the law but ethical policies that exist? Are you ignorant or a shill?

The "so on" includes members of both parties, and the current President Elect who has actually bragged about doing it.
Ah no. Those "so on" members in the DNC and other leaks show that this was directly coming out of the clinton camp, and out of the clinton foundation. Nice try to shift, but don't worry. I'm sure that the $0.01183 will be deposited into your account by the end of the day.
 
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News Comments > Morning Legal Briefs
10. No subject Nov 21, 2016, 13:07 Mashiki Amiketo
 
Beamer wrote on Nov 21, 2016, 11:11:
I mean, those don't involve someone currently in government, let alone President, do they?

You mean besides someone who was once president. Someone who ran for president. Something that the media didn't cover. The very first scandal about "selling access" oh...there's quite a few of those people involved in government, many still in government. Several of whom are still in the clinton foundation, work in the DNC, and so on.
 
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