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Why are her glasses twice the size of her face and fogged up?
I'm thinking the dirty lenses are an attempt to hide her eye movement during testimony.
Either way, she's clearly lying and fabricating the whole thing. She could've been raped but not by Kavanaugh.
He held the truth, answered directly, while displaying his humanity - but not in a method that would cloud his innocence.
It's also hard not to act nervous when you're on the stand with your wife and kids, defending you and your family.
Her glasses are a load of crap because we have videos of her both with her lawyers, and teaching. In neither of those instances is she wearing glasses!
I suppose the assumed guilt is a matter of interpretation, but I could only see a clear upset for the recent turn of events.
There was emotion in Kavanaugh, but Ford did nothing more than extend her chin and pull her neck back. A clear act.
The justice system has done this before to those of the anti-establishment variety.
It's ruined people's lives before, left them without a career, and I think Kavanaugh is aware of what strings were being pulled for the same to happen with him.
A relaxed attitude would indicate carelessness and premeditated responses.
Either way, there'd be critique to his testimony. I believe that an overly calm attitude would end up worse for Kavanaugh, if he had behaved in that manner
If his wording were premeditated, there would be none of the anxiety you've described.
That's probably due to that he had spoken over the topic before.
Especially the drinking habits and whatnot.
Stumbling or accidentally saying the wrong thing would imply a fabricated version of events. The press would eat it up.
And the senators were purposely trying to twist his words.
Numerous times I heard questions which were purposefully complicated and difficult to answer, directly.
That's true - it does seem like he was practiced for the testimony.
But that's just how defense works in law, and most people wouldn't know that.
A lot of the questions, might I add, were just re-worded from previous confirmation hearings.
Judges are given access to the content of these cases, though - that is not true with Kavanaugh's hearing. I don't believe he had enough time to completely evaluate everything that was being asked.
But his answers were clear-cut under those circumstances.
I think your point is somewhat valid -- in that his reactions did have some flaws.
If it were not for the batshit crazy 'victim' testifying against him, those points would matter more in perspective.
Kavanaugh probably used that woman's insanity to his advantage in his testimony, as well.
Glass of water right beside a surge protector?
Who has a surge protector on their desk, anyway
"I have this friend who sleeps with his eyes open -- but he's asian, so you wouldn't know anyway."
@Thule-Gesellschaft [☩] I think they're arguing for the opposite.
A culturally homogeneous nation =/= simply cutting immigration.
Someone tried to send 'white powder' to Eric Trump.
It was actually baby powder, although packaged to the likes of a toxic or harmful substance.
Then that was another incident. These types of mailings are quite frequent
That would be a change from them molesting the monkeys.
No nation's peoples, on average, is keen on learning advanced subjects either. @IUisbae
If you're IP was leaked, highly doubt they'd know where you live.
They're not very accurate in terms of location.
Best an IP can do is pinpoint your neighbourhood, and that is rarely the case.
Rep. Harris may want to start carrying concealed.
"I've got to find a way to snatch that snatch. The best thing for that girl would to be tied down and screwed."
-- Sen. Cory Booker
...and they tortured our troops. I have no respect for Japan as a nation.
@IUisbae Not to the extent of Asian countries.
Their present day culture is no different from that during the Second World War -- they are still inhabited by those same people, with those same inherent beliefs.
And, again, they eat dogs. I don't wish to ever go to Japan.
@IUisbae We have testimony from American soldiers where they were humiliated, enslaved, and laboured to the point of death by the Japanese.
Germany had American prisoners of war but they never underwent that sort of treatment.
We may have humiliated some Arabs during the Bush Admin. but they were never worked to death.
The Japanese also extorted American troops into making political statements which supported their propaganda. We never did anything of the sort.
The Japanese were better than the Chinese, but that's a lowly standard.
I would say that Korea is the best out of the three.
@IUisbae You're right -- there's two periods:
i. before the United States was established.
ii. after the United States was established.
The United States has produced some scum through the 'unfortunate Seventies,' but we're the powerhouse of technological, scientific, and philosophical evolution.
You're acting as if all nations don't have an elite.
Nobody 'treats us like slaves' because, in the end, we have economic dominance over the rest of this world.
I think it's unfair to mention anything under the Obama Administration given that we're doing our best to reverse all that.
@IUisbae Cows and pigs are not domesticated animals. Dogs are.
An animal that's 'tamed' is not equal to one that's been domesticated as a house pet.
That's the core truth of my point -- killing and eating something that's been bred as a pet isn't humane.
Dogs haven't been killed for food long enough for there to be a 'livestock' dog. @IUisbae
Unless dogs can breed under one hour, my point is still exact.
@IUisbae As said, chickens aren't pets -- and they aren't 'ground up' nor are they conscious before being beheaded.
Taking calves away from their mothers isn't equal to beating dogs with canes.
You're stating it as if there is a 'hypocrisy' in the fact that we detest the consumption of dog meat.
Which there isn't - dogs aren't meant to be eaten, they are pets.
Then why exactly are you defending Asia's barbarous culture?
Asian nations don't forbid it, and that's a sense of condoning the unethical tradition.
What the fuck are you on about? Nobody's talking about who can suffer more.
I'm saying that we don't boil chickens alive as the fucking Asians do with dogs.
And that dogs are not livestock -- chickens are. No semantics involved.
So what? We still don't torture cows and/or pigs.
So then why are you defending the consumption of dog meat
And why are you still pretending that we 'torture' cows and bigs
A 'dog' is a species of animal which was domesticated by early man and has been continually bred for a long period of time to be companions with man.
You can't compare killing dogs to killing pigs. That makes you look like a moron.
Those characteristics are merely effects of them being bred as pets
Both of those factors combined are proper reasons for why those who commit those acts must be shot.
You just took a theory and spun it into a fact
@IUisbae Just because 'other cultures have done it,' it's still not ethical
That statement merely says that other cultures have eaten them
And thus, it does not share relative genetics with modern dogs
I wouldn't do it, and I wouldn't like others who do
...but it's still ethical, given that it is not a pet
Never thought I'd have to argue about the unethicality of eating dog.
Because Asian nations fit that description more than any others.
If a nation's customs are shunned as barbaric and immoral by the rest of the world, they are. @IUisbae
Also, some cultures are just barbaric. If you can't realize that, you might be one of them.
I beg to differ. It's objectively immoral to eat dogs.
We have methods of beheading and drugs that do not inflict pain upon the animal.
Because we, unlike Asian nations, are not barbaric in terms of torturing animals.
I don't care what your opinion is on the matter -- eating dogs is immoral.
@IUisbae Then it's ethical, but not acceptable under my standards
No modern-day nation has bred a dog for consumption
You gave me a theory which stated that they did -- but that is a THEORY
And as far as I'm concerned, it's Asian propaganda.
That 'scientific evidence' merely states that Chinese have domesticated dogs.
It doesn't state that dogs were ever bred for consumption.
You are very stubborn about reading anything correctly. Every time I say something, you seem to not understand.
That's not enough time to breed a new subspecies of dog.
It's hardly enough time to create a new breed of dog.
Yeah, I don't believe that article in the slightest.
3. this claim is not repeated on any actual report on dog consumption.
The pure nature of the 'dog' and its history supports that evidence.
Don't even bring up Hawaii. We Americans try our best to ignore them.
Yes, we know that China was founded on barbarism.
@IUisbae Sure, but you're just driving away from the point.
The majority of this article focuses on a single person.
`These first-hand stories agree that in 1098, after a successful siege and capture of the Syrian city Ma’arra, Christian soldiers ate the flesh of local Muslims. Thereafter the facts get murky, Rubenstein says.`
Your 'evidence' repudiates itself. Good job. @IUisbae
Your article was nonsensical and stated for itself that the evidence was hardly strong.
You have to prove that Europe even had cannibalism.
As you haven't.
`Your article was nonsensical and stated for itself that the evidence was hardly strong.`
You're forgetting that China's cannibalism was present for an extended period of time and was condoned by the state.
Nobody's arguing that "everyone in China ate everyone." That's hilarious.
If documented history is a story, then you're better off not contributing to the discussion.
Did you read the portion in which cannibalism in China was practiced up until 1968?
It's not a story when respected Asian historians have written on Chinese cannibalism, and it is documented as a history of the nation's establishment.
We weren't carving up Wall Street brokers during the Great Depression.
Cannibalism had been culinary in China during the state of dynasticism, long before they had become commie fucks.
You're telling me that it's okay because it was used as medicine?
@ANGRY person(LastxSamurai) Their rulers did it.
@IUisbae But we didn't cut off the skin of virgin boys and drink women's blood.
Anyway, I'm not English - that's not my culture
It's just a matter of fact that they ate other people.
Also, stop citing the Daily Mail. They're one of the most self-loathing newspapers in England.
@ANGRY person(LastxSamurai) They're commies to begin with
Colonialism was one of the best things to happen for third-world nations
It was culturally, governmentally, and economically good
We just introduced a civil state into their life
The people of Hong Kong want nothing more than the British back
Competition is not fostered by government intervention.
Not in the current state of the United States, at least.
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