Message from Clonemaster™ 6.41 in The Right Server #chat

2017-09-28 08:00:03 UTC  

I'm sorry, but coporations being greedy doesn't oppress anybody in any way. The point of a business is to *profit*

2017-09-28 08:00:07 UTC  

+ people stop looking for a better job and the labor market gets stalled

2017-09-28 08:00:21 UTC  


2017-09-28 08:00:22 UTC  

@Fusion lol you think my local congressman can stand up to billionaire corporations?

2017-09-28 08:00:32 UTC  

I like my gmo taters.

2017-09-28 08:00:35 UTC  

Of course I do

2017-09-28 08:00:37 UTC  

sorry, im a bit retarded with the words

2017-09-28 08:00:43 UTC  

With enough public pressure, anything is possible.

2017-09-28 08:00:58 UTC  

with pressure, you can make any solution come to be if you press hard enough

2017-09-28 08:01:21 UTC  

a right, thats why we are not in wars, thats why our food supply even witth common knoledge about it being shit is being changed.......@Fusion

2017-09-28 08:01:23 UTC  

Like trying to impeach Trump over every little thing

2017-09-28 08:01:23 UTC  

however if it is good or not is another thing entirely

2017-09-28 08:01:37 UTC  

Nothing is being done with your food to somehow manipulate the population.

2017-09-28 08:01:48 UTC  

@Fusion i never said that

2017-09-28 08:01:59 UTC  

Also, almost every nation on the planet is involved in some sort of armed conflict one way or another.

2017-09-28 08:02:12 UTC  

Mostly in Africa, South America, and the Middle East.

2017-09-28 08:02:33 UTC  

i said that corporations get to by pass health concerns, by paying off governent@Fusion

2017-09-28 08:02:34 UTC  

If anything, food has pesticides to keep away...uh...pests. They eat the food and we don't get it.

2017-09-28 08:02:51 UTC  

Better too little health concerns than too many.

2017-09-28 08:03:02 UTC  

Let me tell you a story about my visit to California.

2017-09-28 08:03:09 UTC  

@Blood and it's the responsiblity of the government to *not accept* those bribes. That's why limited government is important

2017-09-28 08:03:11 UTC  

go for it

2017-09-28 08:03:11 UTC  

Honestly, even though they were leftists, the people were pretty nice.

2017-09-28 08:03:13 UTC  

there are GMO's and cornsyrup which are resulting in crops producing their own poisons and crap to kill off bugs that eat them and shit

2017-09-28 08:03:23 UTC  

It was actually quite idyllic all things considered when we weren't discussing politics.

2017-09-28 08:03:34 UTC  

Then I saw a sawblade for sale in a store.

2017-09-28 08:03:37 UTC  

@Clonemaster™ 6.41 they dont to assume people will do the right thing in positions of power is unrealistic

2017-09-28 08:03:42 UTC  

You know what the sawblade said on it?

2017-09-28 08:03:47 UTC  

You build a stronger, more resilient ear of corn, and i'll slather it up with butter and salt. Then i'll eat it typewriter style.

2017-09-28 08:03:52 UTC  

"This product is known by the state of California to cause cancer."

2017-09-28 08:03:57 UTC  


2017-09-28 08:04:04 UTC  


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2017-09-28 08:04:12 UTC  

The deadly radioactive sawblade

2017-09-28 08:04:12 UTC  

@Blood again, that's how government is a necessary evil. That's why it *must be limited*

2017-09-28 08:04:13 UTC  

I shit you people not, it was there.

2017-09-28 08:04:14 UTC  

@Fusion was it barring anyone from buying it ?

2017-09-28 08:04:26 UTC  

*that is republicanism*

2017-09-28 08:04:31 UTC  

@fr Are you perchance familiar with a Floridian who went by the handle JYAP?

2017-09-28 08:04:32 UTC  

It was a deliberate attempt to falsely claim that sawblades can cause cancer.

2017-09-28 08:04:50 UTC  

Thereby using the claim that it causes cancer to dissuade people from ever purchasing it.