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@Marlow Be sure to give the wife something nice to commemorate #4.

Tell him no birth control methods allowed for genetics that good. Should be illegal.

“Look Ma, I made it!”

Oddly enough, I had “leader of political action group” on my resume because I wanted to show extra-curriculars and leadership skills, but it didn’t say the leanings of the group. I didn’t get any job interviews for months and even had some recommendations freeze contact after sending my resume. Finally one brave soul told me, “I won’t hire you because you have that political shit on your resume, take it off and you might actually get a job. I understand your objective, but if you don’t plan on being political at work, don’t put politics on your resume, even if it doesn’t indicate the orientation of your beliefs”

I just put key performance metrics on the resume under that point and when asked (he was the only one who ever asked), I said “I don’t care to discuss the leanings of the group because I don’t mix politics with work, but I wanted to demonstrate my achievements while on campus”

So definitely don’t repeat my mistake, cost me some good internship possibilities.

It was membership growth, so literally whites awoken

The rest was just explaining how I coordinated with national committees on marketing strategies and drove growth and engagement

At the risk of fanning my own balls, here’s my suit and tie workings:

We're making American Nationalism a part of White Identity. These shirts are popping up everywhere online:


Trump is making the distinction "Real Americans"


First, Trump talked about releasing the JFK files.
Now, Trump talks about ending the federal reserve.

After Russian President Vladimir Putin called Donald Trump "very talented," the GOP frontrunner has defended Putin against suspicions that Putin kills journalists who don’t agree him.

It started on MSNBC’s Morning Joe last month when host Joe Scarborough asked about it.

Trump responded, "He’s running his country, and at least he’s a leader, unlike what we have going on this country. I think our country does plenty of killing also, Joe, so you know."

"I’m confused," Scarborough pressed. "You obviously condemn Vladimir Putin killing journalists and political opponents, right?"

"Oh sure, absolutely," Trump conceded.

A few days later, Trump defended Putin again, to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos. "You're supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, at least in our country. It has not been proven that he's killed reporters."


@missliterallywho Congratulations!

Show on TV about white family with 6 kids.

Imagine if they list “Jewish” as an option on the census.

Here is the source article that Tim Pool is referencing, but didn't link.

Mods, can we have a #crypto channel? I am well versed in crypto, engaged in the space since 2011 and would like to help. People have PM'd me questions and I'd like to answer questions in a public forum to help others.

Look at the IE general chat.

I just spent the last hour explaining Bitcoin Cash.

I believe it is the future of crypto and bitcoin core will be replaced by bitcoin cash.

I don't see the value in holding the privacy coins. I would put my savings in BCH and only convert my week's spending money into privacy coin. You get all the benefits of anon transactions, plus all the benefits of price rises due to user adoption of white market currency.

@Matthias There is no need for further forking. BCH solved the only issue with BTC.

You could fork BTC yourself, but no one would adopt it because it wouldn’t add any value.

@this_that5553 The "efficiency issue" is not an issue. BCH has the potential to replace VISA and PayPal and it uses FAR less manpower and energy than them.

People talk smack because they can estimate the total power consumption of the biticoin network, but they can't easily estimate the total resource consumption of any fiat payment processor.

BCH has a roadmap to scale. They started at 8 MB blocks to prove they won't cause collapse because many in the BTC community were convinced 8 MB would cause collapse. And it's an adjustable value in BCH, so the users at any time can increase the limit. And the developers have proposal for future updates to change the default adjustment from 8 to higher.

These n00bs are just finding out Coinbase is cucky. Coinbase has been banning people for years. It's somewhat understandable because Coinbase doesn't want any negative PR nor do they want any retroactive regulation to bite them in the ass for any lax actions of the past, so they clamp down. It's stupid easy to work around. Just send the coins from Coinbase to a private wallet, then send the coins on to wherever you please.

No one should be storing coins on coinbase anyway, that's just IOUs. Hold your crypto yourself.

@this_that5553 Use the coinbase phone app and then just copy/paste within your phone.

@Deleted User unless it’s winter time and you’re heating your house anyway. May as well generate crypto with the heating energy.

@Jacob what's that? CPU mining? Usually by joining a mining pool so that you get little pay-outs rather than waiting ages to solve 1 block and get the huge payout.

Mining creates heat, it runs your processor at near 100% and your processor gives off heat when doing that. If you're already paying to heat your house, then paying the electricity to mine will do some of the task of heating your house and your furnace will do the rest.

I used to mine on dual GPUs back in the day and they'd heat up the whole room. I'd turn on a fan to share the heat with the rest of the apartment.

I have many friends who bought at $1,000 and were mad because "I bought at the top". Now look at them.

PSA: car drivers ... trucks and SUVs fare far better in car crashes. The heavier weight forces the crash energy into other objects and reduces G forces, the large size provides big crumple zones, the higher bumpers match other trucks and make the collision at knee level rather than shoulder level. You should consider an SUV for your next vehicle purchase, it could save your life and prevent permanent injury.

This is an excellent detailed explanation of bitcoin that might be the #1 most influential on my knowledge in the crypto space:

Where’s your swiss army pocket knife with the cork opener?

@Tyler Baker Squarespace is probably far-leftists, but the site is very easy to use.

MorningStar used to have some reports for free, I haven’t checked lately to see if they still do.

I was given a swiss army knife when I was around 5, used it ever since. I use the plastic toothpick more than anything. Browse here to pick the one with the tool assortment you want, then buy on Amazon.

I was given a swiss army knife when I was around 5, used it ever since. I use the plastic toothpick more than anything. Browse here to pick the one with the tool assortment you want, then buy on Amazon.

I’ve also heard good things about the Coursera online courses for this.

I took a Coursera course in Data Analytics learning R and they did a better job than Texas A&M’s graduate class on the same topic (I took both).

Also, 2008 is not as bad as it could get. It could get much worse.

It takes a while to receive crypto because you sent a USD transfer to them, which takes like 4 business days and can be reversed, which is a risk for them. They plan to send you crypto, which is instant and irreversible. So they’re not going to give you the “guaranteed” money until the “maybe” money you sent them settles out.

So just pay for it.

sudo apt-get me a GUI so I don’t have to deal with all this nonsense :p

I’m not concerned about the number of forks. There are 5,000 alt-coins and that’s fine, there can be 5,000 forks too.

I’m confident that BCH is the future. Segwit was originally created so as to slightly increase tx capacity without increasing block size. Now small blockers are learning the hard way that 1 MB doesn’t work.

So there’s some proposal to combine segwit and a smaller 4 MB blocksize increase. I wouldn’t back it. Segwit is needless complexity and most segwit supporters also support Replace By Fee, which allows reversible transactions which is a disaster. BCH is simple, honest, and scaling.

Bitcoin core is also bankrolled by Blockstream, so they might never change.

Excellent speech about how crypto can end wars:

There are many ETFs available that are set up to track S&P500 at various levels of leverage. No need to spend the fees on options, these ETFs utilize economies of scale of thousands of people wanting S&P leverage and do the options trades from a centralized role.

I’m concerned that they could manipulate the interest rate to take the wind out of Trump’s sails.

We’re 10 years out from the last recession, there’s been a lot of money printing, I’m expecting another recession before Trump’s first term is over.

People are euphoric about the economy, housing index and equities are at all-time highs. The tax breaks are great for business, but we’re also very inflated from money-printing that dug us out of the last recession and that check always comes due. It’s what causes the boom-bust cycle, “stimulating” the economy with tomorrow’s dollars today, over and over, until the distortions get out of control.

One attack avenue is simply raising the interest rates quickly. Easy onset of volatility, popping the bubble, and it can still be blamed on Trump.

And even though there are reasons for growth, I have a hard time going long S&P500. It feels like betting on the greater fool. If it’s fundamentally over-valued, it shouldn’t be bought, even if you think you can sell to a greater fool in 6 months. Because the underlying fundamentals are a vacuum that could suck the price down at any moment. Though I suppose you could put in a stop loss, but ... eh.

I’m always reminded of my favorite quote, “there are no markets anymore, only manipulations.”

Monero does not have to be held to utilize its unique value. Hold BCH, trade into Monero when you need a private tx, then trade out of Monero back into BCH.

“If you send a tx twice to the same person”
That’s easy to resolve, just use a new address for every single transaction.

@JohnStrasser BCH is the best coin, IMO, better than BTC.

This is BTC running into a major scaling limitation:


Transaction rate is stuck because it can't scale:


Copying a great YouTube comment from a video discussing the SegWit 2x fork coming up:

SegWit never had consensus, it would never be activated if it wasn't put into a compromise of SegWit2x which was to add SegWit and then also 2MB blocks. The 2x never happened, and this new SegWit2x fork is NOT the same thing.

New SegWit2X on 28t Dec is completely different thing. it is 4MB blocks, different algorithm, 2.5min block times, replay protection and pre-mine of Satoshi's coins (which is equivalent to theft of Satoshi's coins). This fork is one big fat scam written all over it.

Now about Lightning, it is only P2P IF 2 persons create channel directly between one another, but in reality this will not be the case. LN will have users create channels to highly concentrated HUBs which will be acting as middle man in transactions. Miners are not middle men as miners do not send/recieve an funds while LN HUBs do. Also LN is a centralised system. Bitcoin is not. In order to create LN channel you must first open a channel which is written to Bitcoin blockchain, paying a fee as for any other transaction, then again pay fee for closing this channel. It is more expensive to create direct channel in LN then just use Bitcoin layer.

LN is not a solution to Bitcoin scaling, LN is not a Bitcoin system at all. Bitcoin is chain of digital signatures... SegWit broke that rule by taking out the signatures, SegWit is therefore an Alcoin fork of Bitcoin and not a Bitcoin system either.

Bitcoin Cash is the only working as intended, Bitcoin system. if you read the Bitcoin white paper you will see Bitcoin is meant to be used as digital money, not as store of value (also store of value alone does not exist, I have video on this topic also).

@this_that5553 you were asking about SegWit2x

>i think the next recession will probably be more akin to 2009 because the boom will have gone on for ~11 or so years. will it be as bad? i dont think so

I think it'll be worse. The big banks are still insolvent, they still have assets on the books that are recorded at historical value, not marked to market. They do have a lot of cash on hand that hasn't moved in a decade. If they start spending it for some reason, that could really ramp up the velocity of currency and destroy purchasing power.

These historically low interest rates will always result in malinvestments. People are getting loans for things that they don't deserve, low-NPV business ideas are getting funded because investment capital has no stable option for return, they're forced to chase returns in risky areas just to avoid the decay of purchasing power.

Why did the FED, in 2006, stop reporting on the M3 total supply of currency?

And nobody wants bonds at the current artificially low rate, so the fed is printing money and buying bonds with it. Crazy stuff.

They are stealing purchasing power from savers and forcing that money into bonds.

And there's so much money sloshing around in the stock market because all kinds of cattle are herded into it. Every schmo in corporate america gets like 10% of their pay tied up in government regulations forced into the stock market with the "5% contribution, 5% match" 401k nonsense. The corporations do it because the government taxes them less on payroll if a portion of it is forced into the market. And tax breaks on normal IRAs also forces more people into the market that otherwise would not be in the market.

"I'm gonna steal your money unless you put it in the stock market" is what the government is doing over and over.

They say they need tax breaks to drive saving, but only if it's channeled into the stock market, then they say they need lower interest rates to drive spending. It's nonsense.

Check out this chart that shows median transaction fee for the major cryptos. BTC doesn't fare too well:

I'm a firm believer in keeping a portion of your assets outside of the banking/equity system.

>there is a nationwide shortage of EMS

"Shortages" only exist when price is kept artificially low. So either regulation is keeping EMS salaries low enough that it's not worth doing, or the people who *want* more EMS aren't willing to *pay* for it, and so instead call it a “shortage”.

>all major cryptos should be roughly equal in market cap value

What defines a "major" crypto?

I think a lot of cryptos are over-valued because they're full of people who just want to "catch the next bitcoin-like wave", not because they fundamentally offer value in usage.

And I don't think the major infrastructure companies like Coinbase and BitPay will support 100 currencies, they'll probably keep it to 5 max.

@Perihelion - CA so you're saying "if they're close in value, they'll get closer in value"?

Tether is a scam

It is not backed by USD

They print as much as they want

I’m not one for timing, just looking at fundamentals.

@bostoneuropean you mean 450 at the *front* wheels.

@ThisIsChris Entrepreneurship is way down partly because of student loan debt, and that’s not helpful for the market.

Also, that’s a lot of capital that would have gone to other more productive uses had the market manipulations not channeled so much of it into overpriced academia.

Every market manipulation has an easily observable benefit for a small sliver of the economy, and a larger unseen detriment.

I highly recommend this book for everyone in this channel, it’s a short easy read:

@Zyzz great chart, shows we are at the peak of the boom-bust cycle. We should prepare ourselves while times are good.

Everyone make sure you have enough saved to last a minimum of 6 months of unemployment.

And don’t expect unemployment payments from the government to be a fall-back plan.

Also, the FDIC only has less than 1% reserves for the FDIC insurance on your bank account, so in a crisis, your money will not be protected.

@Darth >BTC value since mining requires 20 barrels for 1 BTC?

This argument comes up again and again. It's easy to calculate the amount of power needed for mining the bitcoin network, so everyone harps on it. The fact is, it is FAR less resource consumption than the fiat currency system. But because it's hard to add up all of the costs in the fiat system, no one makes the comparison. All of the brick and mortar buildings for banks, all of the employees who physically commute to work, their time, the BRINKS trucks toting around cash, the outdated exchange markets which have physical open and close times ... it all adds up to a tremendous amount, but since there's no hard number, everyone points a stupid finger at bitcoin like they know something. I bet more energy goes into the gas tanks alone of the employees commuting to the banks in just one city each day than the entire bitcoin network.

@Jeb! Nationalism - MD Did you watch the above video?

That video was made back when bitcoin still had the vision that bitcoin cash is carrying out today. It's a good watch.

And everyone asking "what is the intro to bitcoin?" What aspect are you looking to learn? How it was created? How it works? How to buy it? How to transact with it? How to securely store it? How to estimate the market potential for it?

@Zyzz WTF, you have credit card debt and you're giving investment advice? What's the APR on that, 15%?

Get 2006 or newer. They made big safety advances with the 2006 redesign.

What's your budget and what are your goals besides bolt-on mods? You can do bolt-ons on a minivan. Do you want something that looks cool, sounds cool, sharp handling, fast cornering, fast acceleration, does it need to have cargo capacity?

“As long as you do the work yourself”
You must not know of Koba’s road trip debacle.

The VW Jetta/Golf of the same era has a 5cyl engine. I think it sounds amazing with an intake and exhaust, far better than a 4cyl.

It’s not debt if you don’t carry a balance. I thought you meant you were making payments against a carried balance.

As for advice, anyone who is paying 15%, 20% on cc debt obviously doesn’t understand finance, like a fat man giving diet advice. But that’s not the case for you.

I figured it wasn’t, given your analysis earlier was too sharp to be someone carrying a balance.

>But so many coins are complete trash at onboarding people
So many coins are complete trash.

Mike Enoch had a great point on a recent TDS podcast when he said that one of the reasons a lot of the junkcoins are rising in price is because there's no way for wiser investors to bet against them. Without an options market (enables shorting), there is far less ability for downward pressure on price.

This looks ugly, where has all this money gone? Straight from the fed into bonds? Is there really 3x as much currency units today as existed 10 years ago?

@Volkmom I'd be up for it.

The VR6 also sounds good. Most manufacturers are abandoning the 5cyl design and moving to turbo 4 to boost mpg for CAFE regulations. Owning a 5cyl might be a once in a lifetime opportunity, I don’t think there are any new cars made with one and might never again.

@ThisIsChris "I just want to see if I can make a buck on it"
This attitude is exactly why a lot of people will lose their ass in the next 6 months on crypto.

Some of the cryptos bring utility to areas that didn’t exist before. Other cryptos are only being bought because other people are buying and people want to make money off of the greater fool.

Usury is necessary, it is a market signal for the price of money's time value.

I think there should be a separation of currency and state. The state should not be in control of the supply of money, nor the interest rate of money.

2018-01-02 00:36:10 UTC [Fitness #general]  

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I agree that the current fractional reserve system is a scam. My point about allowing usury is only when assuming a “world of Moses”, as you say.

@Deleted User you have to provide ID info to exchanges because you’re interacting with the USD banking system.

2018-01-02 18:54:45 UTC [The Silver Guild #advice]  

@AnotherbasedGoy I would consider starting a franchise. There are many franchise businesses that have proven business models, they just want to scale to new locations with the funding and labor of local people. So if you have some start-up capital, you can start a local location for a national franchise. Capital requirements vary greatly from company to company, so you can find one that fits your budget. One of them could be a staffing franchise like Spherion, where you literally can place goys straight into jobs. I did a research project on this for an entreprenurship class and if it wasn't for me making a killing in crypto and already having a cushy job, that's what I'd be doing.

2018-01-02 18:56:55 UTC [The Silver Guild #advice]  

https://www.entrepreneur.com/franchise500/2017/ (I would avoid gas stations and restaurants)

2018-01-02 18:57:37 UTC [The Silver Guild #advice]  

Other franchises I considered besides the staffing industry is in the trades, plumbing, electricians, and HVAC for home service (as opposed to construction).

2018-01-02 18:59:51 UTC [The Silver Guild #advice]  

There are national franchise expos where you can meet the franchisor companies and have them pitch their idea to you and you can network.

2018-01-02 19:00:41 UTC [The Silver Guild #advice]  

There's one in 2 weeks in Dallas that I'd be happy to go to with you (I currently live just 3 hours from Dallas).

2018-01-02 19:09:29 UTC [Fitness #general]  


2018-01-02 19:11:18 UTC [Fitness #general]  

Using indoor resistance machine, which forces you to output a set wattage. If you pedal slower, the intensity automatically ramps up to maintain the same wattage output, you cannot rest, you cannot escape. Just like how 300 lbs in the gym is always 300 lbs, 300 watts is always 300 watts, no matter how fast or slow you go.

You can trade on BTCe or other exchanges without ID if you're just doing crypto-to-crypto.

My point is that proving ID is not because "crypto is supposed to be anon but it's not", providing ID is because of USD banking regulations.

@Pavel Cristović are you going to short BTC?

I hope our New York goys put some signs on these diversity barriers to remind people why they’re there:

Excellent debate about BTC vs BCH:

The other forks are going nowhere, BCH and BTC are the dominant players and worthy of debating. You might already be convinced that BTC is dead, but many others are not and need to see this debate.

Blockchain is 9 years old this month! Here was the first block mined:

I think yes.

I've been reading about Nvidia recently when considering a GPU purchase. They seem to be killing it. They even said recently "we're in no rush to launch the next generation of consumer level products, we are already so far beyond our competition, our marketshare has no risk"

Is this the news that sent it up 11%?
"Nvidia GeForce EULA change prevents data centers from using consumer GPUs"

"NVIDIA EULA Update Forbids GeForce GPUs In Data Centers To Protect Fat Margins"

Looks like their consumer level products have lower margins than their commerical level and they're forcing commercial customers to use the commercial level and the customers just shut up and take it because Nvidia is so far ahead of the competition.

>Strong November chip sales figures from the Semiconductor Industry Association were a catalyst for Tuesday's gains.

>Nvidia, which has boomed as its chips have expanded from PC gaming to autonomous driving and artificial intelligence

Yes. AMD getting more of a boost from crypto mining than Nvidia due to their hardware architecture being better suited for it, but Nvidia getting a boost too

2018-01-04 05:16:10 UTC [Fitness #general]  

@shyguy you can take a selfie without making a bugman face

2018-01-04 05:22:17 UTC [Fitness #general]  

You post a picture with no context, it’s misinterpreted, and you call me “kid”?

>Intel says the stock sale was unrelated to the vulnerability, but came as part of a planned divestiture program. But Krzanich put that stock sale plan in place in October - several months after Intel was informed of the vulnerability.

Why do they lie about stuff that’s so easy to disprove?

A redditor’s response:

Possibly because Krzanich will probably never get SEC actions taken against him.

He's been the CEO of Intel - the manufacturer of the most powerful tool for exfiltrating foreign countries' data that the NSA has ever had.

He oversaw and kept mum about the IME blackbox in every Intel CPU. There's absolutely no way that people at Intel didn't know about these vulnerabilities years ago. They've collected and analysed crash dumps from billions of installed systems running hundreds of OEM OSes for the past two decades.

The fact that they were not fixed means one thing: Intel's largest customer, the US Intelligence Community, ensured this "feature" that Meltdown exploits, continued to be kept in production.

The last Tech Sector CEO to refuse to comply with US Intel extrajudiciary activities, in PRISM, got the SEC so far up his colon that he couldn't cough without filling out a stock value impact form and got prosecuted for insider trading. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Nacchio

Krzanich played ball and gave the NSA every feature they wanted for as long as he worked there. He won't spend a moment in a courtroom.

If you’re selling on local bitcoins, be careful. You could easily get set up and robbed for all the bitcoins you have on your phone.

Southern California apartment complexes that doubled as "maternity hotels" for Chinese women who want American anchor babies were raided early Tuesday, capping an unprecedented federal sting operation.

Oh yeah, the recession is coming. We are nearing peak euphoria.

Zero trading fees on Kraken for the rest of January

@eastern.patriarch >what possible guarantees you have that the networks will stay up

You can run a full node yourself to ensure the network stays up. Also, users and holders are incentivized to run nodes to keep the network running.

>if you run the blockchain network entirely inside a trust boundary (let's say Cardinal Health for medical records) well then you don't need to waste money on blockchain.

Of course. The entire point of the blockchain invention is to solve the Byzantine General's problem, setting up a way so that you can trust information shared between untrusted parties.

@ThisIsChris The software developers are already paid by the few largest companies dependent on the crypto networks, like Coinbase and BitPay. Yes, others do get to ride the investment for free, but the big dogs have enough on the line to justify the investment. Just because other people benefit doesn't take away from the benefit experience by the big dogs. And some of the development issues are a result of controversy, not a result of development labor, and instead solved by competing networks, like BCH vs BTC.

@Zyzz >I dont have a firm convictions on Tech one way or the other. Generally speaking it is a good sector to get into as I think productivity gains in the economy are long overdue and lower amounts of immigrants

Also, tech is the least regulated sector by far.

The equity market P/E ratio keeps climbing higher and higher


Nodes and miners are not the same thing. You can run a node without mining.

The problem it solves does exist in the real world. What application outside of currency is block chain useful for? I don’t know, I don’t spend much time thinking about that, but blockchain tech is very useful for the application of a competing currency.

@Deleted User Dell Latitude or Dell Inspiron. Lenovo is also good, but they're Chinese. Avoid the brands with lower market share like Toshiba, Acer, etc. Dell, HP, and Lenovo are the 3 dominant laptop manufacturers and I'm aware of Dell and Lenovo being common for Linux.

Dell is in Texas, Lenovo is in China. Buy Dell.

I didn't know Dell was a jew

At least they hire Americans. Lenovo is closer to 100% chinese.

HP is American too, but they're not as Linux friendly, to my understanding.

I do all of my banking online with Fidelity Investments.

Their debit card waives all ATM fees

And I use AmEx BlueBird if I ever need to do cash deposit (rarely)

Fidelity was founded by Edward Johnson and still maintained by the family.

/r/Bitcoin is heavily censored, I don't trust anything from that sub

Heavy censorship and "pro-Bitcoin" are not the same thing.

Criticism is literally not allowed, shoah'd immediately in /r/Bitcoin

You will not find a comment there that critiques the lightning network.

There is no debate or discussion.

@Marseille apply to call center jobs online, there might be one in your area. I got a job during last semester at a call center making $17 an hour. If you get it, drop the low paying student job. Call centers love college students because they’re ok with short term assignments, are educated, can speak well and follow a flow chart, and don’t have to pay them benefits.

Also, any money made right now will be insignificant in a few short years. Make sure the GPA is solid and that you’re networking regularly. Practice interviewing, polish resume, get good summer internships, get to know job recruiters from your target companies, attend multiple career fairs. Prep work now could get you a signing bonus or a salary offer that blows away all the part-time work you’re doing now.

Source: Engineering degree in 2010, MBA graduate last month

Blockchain.info shows that for BTC and BCH, but not others. One might exist for other coins, I’m just not aware of one.

@Deleted User what car did you get?

@JesseJames found it on the net

Historically low interest rates forced there by central bank manipulations is creating crazy levels of indebtedness. It will end ugly. Thanks for sharing, this is the first I've seen data on the equity of trade-ins and I'm not surprised at all.

@missliterallywho any luck on baby?

Fingers are crossed for you

@missliterallywho CONGRATULATIONS!!!

First one, it must be a big deal for you.

Stages of the alt-right:
* Internet memes
* Trump presidency
* Anonymous flyering of college campuses
* Free speech event brawls
* Torchlit rallies
* Boomers serving as the tip of the spear, plunging into the heart of ZOG with political campaigns backed with “fuck you” money and “I’m already retired, dox me bro” machismo

See? I told you they’re the future.

Is our savior’s site being DDOS’d by ZOG? I can’t load http://artjonesforcongressman.com/holocaust/

Pull spark plug with wire still attached, pull starter, see if spark is made.

But does it go ZAP

Fuel tank plugged with debris?

Does it flow into the carb?

Also, “won’t turn over”, you mean “won’t fire”?

You could run the primer button 50 times with the spark plug removed and look to see if gasoline is in the cylinder.

Pull start?

Gas sitting for a while makes me thing somewhere between tank and cylinder the flow is plugged.

Plus, no primer to force shit through

Need to verify fuel in cylinder

And the exit of the tank could be clogged

Could have an in-tank fuel filter

Could still be plugged

At the tank exit maybe

Lack of primer is stupid

Old shit had primers

When did it last run?
Is it a 2-stoke?

See, I knew it wasn’t old. Old stuff was 2 stroke and had a primer.

Did you change the oil and filter?

When you pull, is the resistance normal? Do you feel the compression pulses? Does the exhaust go “blop blop blop”?

Air filter, is it good?

Is the underside of the air filter good?

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