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Was there a previous community here before CC got forced in here?
I think I understand where that judge is coming from on BLM being unsueable. This means that individual members of BLM that violate people's rights should be individually accountable.
That ruling isn't convenient for us or anyone who is opposed by the BLM movement. But I think it's for the best. One day not too long from now, the Alt-Right will benefit from court precident because of this.
@77777777 You will be able to see the curvature of the Earth if you go to a high enough altitude. It's not going to be visible at 6 feet off the ground.
@Nordel The Earth is a sphere and the reason why people don't fall off is because there is no edge to fall off of.
@Semperix Casey is talking about the Earth being flat.
@futurestorms I'm a brony too. And I'm trying not to be as bad as Casey.
Look. Someone with a Rainbow Dash avatar was annoying the whole rest of us, and then someone made a statement against all bronies. I just wanted to make a point that not all bronies are like that.
@77777777 I think reincarnation is at least as speculative as the afterlife.
I notice that Eustalthios' avatar is a hammer and sword, not a hammer and sickle.
@Semperix It is probably still a meme to a lot of people, at least to the people who don't outright believe it unironically, just like antisemitism/racism in the Alt-Right. I honestly believe there are some people in this movement who are just in it for the memes and there are people in this movement who really do hate people based on race and ethnicity, and it's impossible to tell who is who because the language is indistinguishable.
@Eustathios Well the United States isn't a "white country." It never was and never will. It's a country founded on an ideology, not on an ethnicity.
@Eustathios It can be assumed that any President who is a Republican will be blamed for everything that goes wrong, and any President who is a Democrat will get credited for everything that goes right.
@WrasslinMan I wonder if any other countries might have colluded with Obama when he won both of his elections. He DOES think of himself as a "Citizen of the Earth" after all.
@Gunslinger Would it be easier to find a double holster, one that holds a gun on each hip?
Left-handedness means right-brain dominance, which means being more adept at creative skills, but also less adept at more rational skills.
@AR Um, who's to say that the sex robot isn't programmed with leftist politics?
Or more importantly, I generally regard fembots as transexuals as well. Just that they are machines who believe themselves to be women instead of men who believe themselves to be women.
@sithfreeman If they have Artificial General Intelligence running in their onboard computer, then that becomes an inner thought process. And if it's based on impersonating the female gender, then that is the same thing as a MtF trans.
@Gobe Then they would get twice the congressional representation.
For anyone who might come back to this wondering what you're talking about, the comment that I posted and deleted was that while Trusty's post might be spot on, Hefner was protecting Playboy from the worst of degeneracy. Dangit, I can't even quote myself.
And to what =14/88= said, I'm going to have to disagree with you on that. Putting in racial minorities (who obviously can't help having differently colored skin but probably have their own sex appeal) isn't degeneracy. Putting men who think that they are women totally is.
Treating people as filth for reasons that they have no control over has no justification regardless of the era.
That doesn't necessarily mean that the black Playmates were murderers.
Besides. If Hugh Hefner was wrong to defy the racial bigotry of his era, then how is it any better for us to defy the political stigma of our times?
So if black people aren't human, then they really can't help it. But if they are human, they should be held to higher standards. And the people who aren't killing each other ought to be treated decently.
And some of them made good music and played good sports.
You are being disingenuous to accuse a collective of being incapable of something that plenty of people in that group have proven that they are capable of achieving.
As far as the mindset, that is indoctrinated to them during their lives by leftist propaganda.
They aren't born with the notion in their minds that all white people are evil and are out to oppress them. There are people who are teaching that to the black youth.
Hitler wasn't Christian. He said whatever it took to co-opt the Christian church to do his bidding. He eventually managed to get the churches to replace pictures of Jesus with pictures of himself.That isn't anything close to "admiration for Jesus Christ"
You're just throwing more of the same freaking propaganda and calling me names for disagreeing.
@optimistic weeb fag An MMORPG where everyone's XP is equalized. All of the top-level characters who can equip all the best gear and run the toughest dungeons would be downgraded to the same level of the mule characters who only exist to hold gear for the mains, and also the characters who were abandoned by players who just tried the game on a free trial period and decided that they didn't like it. ALL OF THE CHARACTERS WOULD BE EQUAL!
Come to think of it, that idea's been stewing in my head for a while and just now, I see the holes in it.
The first computer that I ever built has been based on AM3. Starting tomorrow, I begin a year worth of savings so I can build an AM4 computer.
I built it in 2014. And frankly, it was a nice upgrade when I got it, just like the prebuilts and the laptop before it.
Unlike those computers, this one is still halfway decent. I have to turn down the settings on my high-end games, but it's half decent.
@Polygon They have to be diagnosed by a professional. If so, they can tell you honestly, if they feel safe doing so.
Dude. You asked the question. And you got an answer.
@WallyWah I think it should just be a total option whether or not an American should learn of their heritage. If they don't, there can be a number of reasons for that. Outright disdain? Maybe. But it might also just be a dominating interest in another culture, such as the internet.
Let's also keep one other thing in mind regarding tomorrow: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-26/dod-plans-solar-storm-based-national-blackout-drill-during-antifa-protests-november
@SchloppyDoggo I honestly think the only one who might have renewed your netflix to watch Stranger Things is you. Maybe other people renewed their own just for that, though.
That's not an environment I would ever want to put up with.
I think I can actually go so far as to call Telltale somewhat cuckold. In the current market climate, Point & Click adventure games have already proven to actually be profitable on Linux, but Telltale only supports Windows and Mac for theirs. Most games that get ported to Linux get it either for insurance in case gamers drop Windows like a bad habit, or out of Kickstarter stretch goals, or reasons like that. But a company that specializes in Point & Click Adventure games can safely support Linux just for the cold hard cash, but Telltale doesn't. That just doesn't make sense.
@Fox ⚾ 🇦🇺 You know, you don't have to give these companies your business. It's just a few humongous corporations who do these slimy tactics and make consumer-unfriendly business moves. There are plenty of smaller devs who aim to give gamers a good time. The AAAs only win when we don't regard indies as valid competition to them.
It's sad that you don't see any value in indie gaming. I frankly don't see much value in AAA gaming. It's all a bunch of generic FPSes, TPSes, 3D Zelda clones, and officially licensed games. And don't forget the obligatory Denuvo implementation and Windows exclusivity. Because the publishers call the shots, not the devs.
There used to be an annual charity game marathon called Indie Games for Good that ran every year. I guess the people who do it have had trouble coming together for it in recent years.
If only I knew when that was going to happen again, I could recommend that you check it out for a look at just how much variety there is in indie games.
And yes, I do consider Star Citizen to be independent in spirit, if not in budget. It's going to have really high production values, but it's not going to be hobbled by all the default business models that the likes of EA, Ubisoft, and Activision are infamous for.
Really? I haven't heard about too many of these best games ever made recently out of the AAA side of the industry. I've heard of a lot of the greatest disappointments lately. AAA games certainly have the budget to get big fat media blitzes that promise the greatest experience. But they rarely live up to the hype, even when it's generally well received. And the general Windows exclusivity? I'm not going to stop holding that against the AAA side of the industry until that outright changes. But these big companies are too addicted to their DRM to consider letting their consumers have control over their own computers to think twice about that garbage.
If we're only going to talk about famous games, I admit that there isn't really much to talk about.
Elite Dangerous just got out the door faster than Star Citizen.
Because it's from an already established studio and is less ambitious.
Well, there are some people theorizing on the community hub for that game that it might just be satire or parody.
Just keep in mind that you have to give them your money in order to review it, unless they get a free weekend for it. It'll be more likely to be review-bombed if it gets a free weekend. Games like these usually just fade into obscurity. And I think that's a more fitting fate for this. There are better games for us to spend our time on, even on Linux.
That's just plain abusing the system. This game doesn't look like it deserves to get any more attention than it already has. If there is a wave of people buying it just to leave negative reviews and refund it, it'll be the stuff of headlines and memes. If hardly nobody does that, it'll die on the vine and we'll all just go about our business as if it never existed in the first place.
@Autistic Dog Just a word of warning. That stuff is benefitting the Tides Foundation. We REALLY don't want to let any of our money go to that. It's pretty much George Soros' warchest.
DuckDuckGo is owned by Yahoo which is owned by Verizon. I gotta switch off of it.
It's the strangest thing. I clearly remember reading about DuckDuckGo partnering with Yahoo, and then Yahoo sold out to Verizon. But I can't seem to find any evidence of that happening anymore.
Maybe the Yahoo deal was something that they could back out of and then they freaked when Verizon bought them for $5b. I don't know. I guess I'll have to take that back.
@Weissest That's at least better than requiring him to buy a buncha lootboxes.
@SchloppyDoggo I'm not buying it. The tech giants are pretty much just enforcing his agendas nowadays. If any regulation is going to come at his behest, it's going to just require more overt censorship of conservativism than ever before.
Jews are human beings, just as gentiles. It's not right to lump them all together and judge them all based on what some of them did.
200 million days later, assuming they don't spoil.
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