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News Comments > Evening Legal Briefs
2. Re: Evening Legal Briefs May 23, 2018, 22:33 Saboth
RedEye9 wrote on May 23, 2018, 20:42:
The Constitution, meh, who needs it.

Mandating displays of patriotism are what they do in places like North Korea.

Interestingly enough, the people demanding that others salute the flag against their wills are also the ones who lean towards a fascist dictatorship as their preferred governance, yet they are the ones who think they are the true patriots and "real 'Muricans". They couldn't be farther from the truth.
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News Comments > Morning Metaverse
11. Re: Morning Metaverse May 22, 2018, 14:46 Saboth
Much of what is going on in the world is being caused by those in power creating artificial shortages of food, pay, housing, etc. The people at the bottom have to fight tooth and nail for any tiny gain.

The fascists show up and blame all of these problems on "the others". The Mexicans, the black people, the Muslims...anyone who is not "you" has caused your housing costs to rise or your pay to fall, or your healthcare costs to rise.

When, in fact, all of these problems are being caused by plutocratic control of our government. We are told there is "no money" for housing, food, education, roads. Meanwhile, the rich sit on 85 trillion dollars. We just voted to give them another 1.5 trillion while our government has a budget DEFICIT. Insanity. The country is being pillaged by those at the top, and low-information right wingers think they need to worry about a few million immigrants and building a wall.

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News Comments > Evening Mobilization
16. Re: Evening Mobilization May 22, 2018, 10:18 Saboth
Yifes wrote on May 22, 2018, 10:11:
DangerDog wrote on May 22, 2018, 04:51:
Cutter wrote on May 21, 2018, 21:50:
DangerDog wrote on May 21, 2018, 20:00:
So it's going to be a comedy?

Because Obama's presidency was a joke.

How's that?

Disaster with the Arab Spring

Blaming Crimea and the Arab Spring on Obama Rolleyes2
This is the most retarded and delusion list I've read on here.
Can't tell if trolling or if people out there are actually stupid enough to believe in this bullshit.

Yeah, might want to go back and look at what Bush did if you want to see the seeds for the Arab know, destabilizing the whole Middle East and all that.

Just like the GOP tries to blame our current debt and deficit on Obama when GW left office with a 1.1 trillion *per year* budget deficit and Obama had cut that deficit in half by the end of his second term.

And he specifically TRIED to cut it further, but the GOP wasn't interested in working with him on *any* legislation.

Party before country - GOP motto.
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News Comments > Evening Mobilization
13. Re: Evening Mobilization May 22, 2018, 08:05 Saboth
DangerDog wrote on May 22, 2018, 04:51:
Cutter wrote on May 21, 2018, 21:50:
DangerDog wrote on May 21, 2018, 20:00:
So it's going to be a comedy?

Because Obama's presidency was a joke.

How's that?

IRS targets Obama’s enemies
Spying on the AP
The ATF “Fast and Furious” scheme
Sebelius demands payment
The Pigford Agriculture Department Scandal
The General Services Administration Las Vegas Spending Spree.
Veterans Affairs in Disney World and neglecting vets
New Black Panthers Voter Intimidation
The hacking of Sharyl Attkisson’s computer
Obama’s LIES about the Affordable Care Act
“I’ll Pass My Own Laws”
NSA Spying on American People
Foreign Policy
Lack of solidarity with Israel
Disaster with the Arab Spring
Leaving Iraq too soon and letting ISIS take over
Handling of Syrian Red Line
Calling ISIS “JV”
Failing to Recognize ISIS as a Radical (or Devout) Muslim Movement
Returning the bust of Churchill to the Brits
Lack of Confidence by NATO nations
Signing a Disastrous Nuclear Deal with the Mullahs of Ira
Paid $5 Billion & Released 5 Taliban Prisoners For Deserter Bergdahl
Waging war by attacking Libya without Congressional approval
Allowed the building of Chinese bases in the South China Sea and off the coast of Somalia at the entrance to the gulf of Aden
Paying ransom to Iranian for hostages- and using foreign currency in unmarked plane
Lying about paying ransom (which media ignored!)
Pays tribute to Japanese at Hiroshima on US Memorial Day
Obama trashed America 18 times on Asian Tour
Domestic Policy
Failure to secure the Border
Illegals bringing guns, drug and diseases through the southern border
Bowe Bergdahl swap
Passing on the keystone pipeline
9 Trillion dollars more in debt
Vast expansion of government
Racial Division at all-time high
Inviting Bomb Boy Ahmed to White House
Disrespect for Cops
Failed economic stimulus plan
Constant disregard for the Constitution and tyrannical rule
China overtook America as world’s largest economy
Double Downgrade
Housing policies failed to stop foreclosures
Price of healthcare has drastically risen for those purchasing it
Education policies failed to curb college costs
Highest percentage of Americans on Food Stamps and Medicaid
Record 92,898,000 Americans over 16 years not working
Lowest Labor Force participation rate of 62.7%
Denying the notion of American Exceptionalism
Securing the Olympics for Chicago in 2016
Naming numerous Communists/Socialists/Progressives to Czar Positions
Mismanagement and cover up of Terrorist shootings in San Bernardino, California
Mismanagement of Gulf Oil Spill
Disastrous Vetting Process of “Immigrants” from Muslim Nations
Refusing to Listen to CIA/FBI that there is no way to properly vet certain immigrants from Muslim nations
Fort Hood Shooting
Colorado EPA Disaster
Veto of 911 Crime Bill- which was overturned
Worst economic recovery since the depression with anemic GDP numbers
Over 94 million Americans out of the workforce

These are all pretty sad. About 95% of them aren't scandals at all. And of the few that are sorta, maybe scandals, they can't hold a candle Trump's scandals from *this past week*.
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News Comments > Evening Metaverse
9. Re: Evening Metaverse May 19, 2018, 16:51 Saboth
Facts are:

The USPS is not shipping below cost for Amazon. That's a lie. Part of the problem of having a liar in charge of the country. This is something one of the USPS' competitors told Trump. The USPS loses money because the GOP years ago forced it to fund its retirement plan for like 60 years in the future, in advance. They have to fund retirement plans for people who don't even work there yet. No other company has to do this. It costs something like 90% of their profit to do this.

Their deal with Amazon has been highly profitable for them, and is one of the reasons they are doing better now than they were in the past.

Trump is abusing his office and his power to attack a private corporation that he does not like, out of spite and revenge. He does not like Amazon, Jeff Bezos or the Washington's Post's coverage of him. This is an impeachable offense, and he should be impeached for it.
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News Comments > Gone Gold - Vampyr
8. Re: Gone Gold - Vampyr May 18, 2018, 17:27 Saboth
Quinn wrote on May 18, 2018, 17:11:
Every nerve in my ballsack tells me this game will suck horribly and sizzle forever in the acid of consolitis. Then again, my testicles felt Skyrim would fail before it came out as well. So the joke's entirely on me.

But still...

Seems like your balls often lead you astray. Why are you listening to two nuts like that, anyhow?
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News Comments > Evening Legal Briefs
2. Re: Evening Legal Briefs May 18, 2018, 07:52 Saboth
Slick wrote on May 17, 2018, 20:59:
Crocodile tears. Don't worry, it won't pass the house, and even if it does, Trump might actually laugh for the first time ever when he knocks it down.

If by a miracle it gets by the "in the bag" GOP industry shills in the House, I expect Trump will be like: "I am totally signing this Net Neutrality thingy. It's great for the country, and very popular, just like me." His phone rings, its a lobbyist from Comcast. "Wait, Net Neutrality is very bad. Not good. No good, bad, terrible. I am ripping up this piece of paper...oh, it's called a bill? I'm ripping up this bill."
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News Comments > Sunday Mobilization
19. Re: Sunday Mobilization May 13, 2018, 21:36 Saboth
Trump's most likely worried about his and Ivanka's companies that are located in China, so he's going to use his influence and our tax dollars to keep this Chinese company running because he doesn't want retaliation against his companies.  
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News Comments > Evening Legal Briefs
8. Re: Evening Safety Dance May 10, 2018, 09:08 Saboth
NKD wrote on May 9, 2018, 20:38:
Trump admin is correct on that one. These guys violated our existing sanctions repeatedly and then lied about punishing their execs responsible. If they can't continue business with sanctions in place, maybe they should have thought about that before doing shady shit.

Perhaps true, but what message is this sending to the world? "Don't buy American. We can shut you down on a whim." It's just encouraging other nations to start developing their own hardware and software.
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News Comments > Evening Safety Dance
2. Re: Evening Safety Dance May 10, 2018, 09:04 Saboth
Creston wrote on May 9, 2018, 22:41:
Of course it does. Equifax is not bound by your puny fucking laws! It writes checks to congress critters!

No doubt. It's a shame people aren't more educated on this. This is something that could really ruin your life 1, 5, 50 years from now, and it's 100% Equifax's fault. But don't worry, they'll give you 1 year free credit monitoring. It's like giving someone a small band-aid for having 3 limbs blown off. No action at all from our Congress. No regulation, no oversight.
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News Comments > MachiaVillain This Month
1. Re: MachiaVillain This Month May 3, 2018, 17:03 Saboth
This sounds cool, and reminds me somewhat of Ghost Master, but man, I'll be glad when this crap art fad goes away, where everything is as basic as possible.  
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News Comments > Evening Tech Bits
1. Re: Evening Tech Bits Apr 30, 2018, 19:40 Saboth
Working with Trump is not a good use of anyone's time. He's going to do whatever he thinks is best, regardless of what an expert tells him. He thinks he knows more than the experts, yet doesn't know the basics, such as how our government works. The system of checks and balances is "very unfair" he says.

Hell, just listening to him talk is a waste of time. You are either going to get a complete lie or gibberish.
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News Comments > PUBG Cheat Program Arrests
20. Re: PUBG Cheat Program Arrests Apr 28, 2018, 10:56 Saboth
Timmeh wrote on Apr 27, 2018, 21:23:
Its beyond freaking ridiculous that someone should go to jail for creating a cheat program for a damn video game!

you leftist sjw's are so freaking BRAIN DEAD for cheering this kind of stuff.

Cheat programs, hacks, piracy cost people real money. It's no different from theft. If there are reports of rampant cheating in a game, I don't buy it, period. That can result in thousands or millions in losses to a developer.
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News Comments > Evening Safety Dance
5. Re: Evening Safety Dance Apr 26, 2018, 06:33 Saboth
SirKnight wrote on Apr 25, 2018, 21:50:
RedEye9 wrote on Apr 25, 2018, 20:21:

Trump’s cell phone use is security “a nightmare” waiting to happen, lawmakers say.

I don't see anything he's done or going to do to be anywhere near a "nightmare." In fact, I see him trying to undo the liberal fuckery.

What's a nightmare are these libtards turning this country (and even the world) into the next Sodom and Gomorrah. If you want to be afraid of someone, let it be someone like Hillary Clinton or anyone like her. Now THERE'S a nightmare because these people are turning millions to the path of eternal judgement.

If you don't see the nightmare, then open your eyes. Scott Pruitt in the EPA, opening up offshore drilling, selling off federal (that's our land, btw) land to the highest bidder, destroying foreign alliances, destabilizing the healthcare markets, destabilizing the stock markets, exploding the deficit for no reason at all with irresponsible tax cuts, wasting billions on useless walls, deploying troops to attack refugees at the border, and basically just eroding our very democracy with his reality show bullshit and shifty antics like obstruction of justice, pardoning criminals and racists. It's going to take decades to fix this mess this incompetent buffoon is creating.
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News Comments > Out of the Blue
14. Re: Out of the Blue Apr 22, 2018, 22:20 Saboth
subx wrote on Apr 22, 2018, 15:35:
The curse of being the world's oldest person strikes again!
Imagine having a 65 year old grandchild!
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News Comments > Morning Legal Briefs
1. Re: Morning Legal Briefs Apr 18, 2018, 18:01 Saboth
It will be interesting to see if SCOTUS ends up raising taxes on the entire nation now that they once again have a conservative majority after the GOP refused to even hold confirmation hearings for 1 year on Obama's picks. We already have a GOP tax cut that didn't do anything to lower taxes on most of the nation, giving about 90% of the tax cuts to the rich who promptly reinvested it, moved it into offshore accounts or bought back stock instead of raising wages.  
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
8. Re: Morning Tech Bits Apr 18, 2018, 16:02 Saboth
Beamer wrote on Apr 18, 2018, 15:18:
Correct me if I'm wrong, but G-Sync is objectively much superior, right?
I see the benefit to both views, but perhaps part of the cost is why it's a better solution.

Were I to buy, I'd likely go G-Sync. But I'd also do a lot of research I haven't done yet, so don't hold me to that. I just seem to recall people here all liked G-Synch much, much more.

Unless something's changed, from the comparisons I've seen, it's only somewhat superior, and definitely nowhere worth $200-$300+ premium superior (which is how much extra a g-sync monitor costs). And I say that as someone with a gtx video card and g-sync monitor. This thing Nvidia doing with vendors is dirty business.
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News Comments > Saturday Mobilization
13. Re: Saturday Mobilization Apr 15, 2018, 10:16 Saboth
The main problem with autonomous cars is...humans. If we instantly switched to all autonomous cars, it would probably go fairly smoothly, but we are trying to integrate programs that will follow the law with humans who have no interest in following speed limits, stop signs, bus stop rules, red lights, following distance AND are all playing on their phones. I'd say the best autonomous cars right now are far safer than your average human driver (at least American) driver.
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News Comments > Tower of Time Begins
1. Re: Tower of Time Begins Apr 13, 2018, 10:45 Saboth
I was all set to buy this (price was $17 - no sale indicated), then hours later the price was $25. Apparently the developer messed up something with their release and the $17 price was temporary, and $25 was the real price. They said they were going to fix it, but then later said they weren't going to change it for US and UK. Just really didn't like how they handled it. Think I'll wait for a sale.  
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News Comments > Evening Legal Briefs
14. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Apr 12, 2018, 07:18 Saboth
Sin or not, I see this law as a massive negative. Making website operators responsible for the speech of their users is one step toward crushing online free speech.

Plus, once again (like the war on drugs and pedophilia), we are willing to punish 99.99% of the population to try and catch/deter a teeny tiny portion of the criminal element. Even if it's only used for those specific circumstances such as sex trafficking now, 5, 10, 20 years from now it will be used to shut down any site for any reason.

There's no way websites can monitor all of the chat, ads, posts unless they are willing to devote massive time and/or money to it.
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