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2020-03-28 16:39:32 UTC  

We have changed Minecraft Server hosts!
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2020-04-02 19:12:27 UTC  

Hello everyone, tomorrow we will be hosting a Debate Night!

2020-04-02 19:12:33 UTC  

*Title*: Coronavirus 2: Electric Boogaloo
*Date*: April 3rd, 8:00 PM EST

1. As corona cases rise, 4 states have issued quarantine while 30 have issued shelter-in-place directives. Do you believe this form of infection mitigation is the best form of action, or would a complete suppression system via nationwide lockdown be more effective? Could a lockdown cause more issues if more supplies can't be sent to states due to lockdown?

2. If further forms of restriction are not put into place, where do you see the United States in 2 weeks? Will the amount of deaths become so high all healthcare professionals will become too overwhelmed to help anyone? And with doctors being the most at-risk for infection, is it a matter of time before our healthcare workers start dropping?

3. At the start, due to a lack of early government action, there weren't enough tests to determine who is sick, so therefore we have no idea how widespread the cases are. How largescale do you think the infection already is?

4. The biggest concern to politicians is the economy during this pandemic. Many have cited how if essential government workers are not allowed to work via lockdown, the economy will crash, while others claim the safety of the people is the only way to preserve a stable future economy, even if for a brief time no work is done. Which do you agree with and why? Do you also think those infected with corona should receive paid leave if they're not sick enough to receive hospital treatment?

5. Many citizens have shown to have little-to-no care about the severity of the disease and continue to go outside for non-essential purposes. The fear is even if quarantine or lockdown is enacted state or nationwide, the amount of individuals disobeying would overwhelm police authorities. Do you foresee martial law as a probable future action? Do you believe it's necessary to have military checkpoints regardless of lockdown to monitor travel of goods and individuals?

2020-04-03 01:43:43 UTC  

Hello everyone, sorry for the delay, but we will still be hosting a Movie Night tonight! Please head to the Movie Night voice lobby and click the stream link in this announcement to watch!
*Title*: 28 Days Later
*Date*: In 5 Minutes! (9:47 PM EST)

28 Days Later takes place about four weeks after a mysterious, incurable virus spreads throughout the UK, as a handful of survivors try to find sanctuary.

*Stream Link*:

2020-04-03 23:58:53 UTC  

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2020-04-04 21:56:31 UTC  

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2020-04-09 20:42:10 UTC  

Hello everyone, today we will be hosting a Movie Night and tomorrow we will be hosting a Debate Night!
*Title*: 28 Weeks Later
*Date*: Tonight, April 9th, 8:00 PM EST

Six months after the rage virus was inflicted on the population of Great Britain, the US Army helps to secure a small area of London for the survivors to repopulate and start again. But not everything goes according to plan.

A link to the stream will approximately be posted 15 minutes before start time.


2020-04-09 20:42:11 UTC  

*Title*: Education
*Date*: April 10th, 8:00 PM EST

1. Teaching positions typically underpay employees with little-to-no experience, increasing the pay with each year, however, tenure prevents many teachers from being removed to allow in new teachers. Should tenure be removed or at least have higher standards, or, is the salary of the teacher what needs to be changed?

2. Few states require high school students to take classes such as “Personal Finance” and “Family Life” before graduating. Many students believe they enter the real world with absolutely no life skills or information on how to survive on their own. Should the government institute a program for Juniors and Seniors nationwide to prepare them for adulthood? What should be taught?

3. Homework and testing are typically the two most debated subjects when it comes to the efficiency of learning. Testing forces the student to memorize specific information for that period, only to forget it and make room for new information for the next test. Some say homework shouldn’t be necessary if the teacher is doing their job correctly. Do you agree with any of these claims, and what changes should be made?

4. Education receives on average 7% of the federal budget and is typically 2nd or 3rd in line for what it receives compared to the other national priorities. Should education receive more funding, and if so, which national priority should that funding be taken out of?

5. The biggest clash between parents and schools is the topic of religion in schools. The “Under God” of the Pledge of Allegiance for non-Christians and non-chaste sex ed within schools for Christians for example. Many feel biases can be present within history and English courses, which are designed to introduce students to American culture and identity. What is the best way of approaching this?

Bonus Questions:
Should Common Core standards be abolished?
Should students repeat the current school year due to the Coronavirus?

2020-04-10 00:02:18 UTC  

Please head to the Movie Night voice channel!

2020-04-11 00:13:27 UTC  

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2020-04-12 00:15:52 UTC  

Hello @everyone - 🚔 Tonight is the TRS Live PD Saturday Stream Night! 🚔
Stream begins at 9pm EST and ends at midnight.

🚔 What is LIVE PD?🚔
More than 30 camera crews follow around cops in 8 states and its LIVE. Almost anything could happen - every episode is a 90% guaranteed police chase. The show provides a window into the escalating criminal elements facing many US states.

🚔 Hurr durr it's not actually live🚔
Confirmed for less than 15min delay. It's as live as a show like this can possibly be on network TV. It's only delayed to bleep words and cut the feed if someone gets turned into swiss cheese.

🚔 Why is this on TRS?🚔
Who likes to discuss law and order and watch animals get manhandled by zookeepers more than us? This is on TRS bc law and order is inherently political.

STREAM: - Enable embedding and its just like Rabbit used to be.
(no account required)

2020-04-12 20:12:10 UTC  

Hello @everyone! We here at TRS are hoping that you're all having an enjoyable Easter, even under our current circumstances! Have a happy Easter, stay safe, and stay healthy!

2020-04-16 23:35:13 UTC  

Hello everyone, today we will be hosting a Movie Night and tomorrow we will be hosting a Debate Night!
*Title*: Sicario
*Date*: Tonight, April 16th, 8:00 PM EST

An idealistic FBI agent is enlisted by a government task force to aid in the escalating war against drugs at the border area between the U.S. and Mexico.

A link to the stream will approximately be posted 15 minutes before start time.


2020-04-16 23:35:14 UTC  

*Title*: Drugs
*Date*: April 17th, 8:00 PM EST

1. Marijuana currently exists as a Schedule I drug (along with LSD and Ecstasy) meaning it holds no medical use and high addiction possibility, thus listing it as more dangerous than cocaine, meth, and such drugs. Do you agree with this scheduling, or should it be lowered? If lower, would you also advocate medical use of it?

2. Psychedelics such as mushrooms and LSD have been attributed to “spiritual awakenings” among people in low doses and are highly used in countries such as the Netherlands for both recreational and medical use. Are there any real benefits to these drugs, or are the risks simply too dangerous for human consumption at any level?

3. The War on Drugs has been attributed to be an utter failure for the suppression of drug use and is also blamed for the higher intake and potency of drugs today. Initiatives like D.A.R.E have also been blamed for prematurely exposing kids to drugs at a young age. Does this simply mean there is no way to stop the flow of drugs? What forms of mitigation and/or suppression would be beneficial?

4. The Opioid Crisis represents America’s issue of doctor’s overprescribing drugs that are otherwise highly addictive and damaging, yet still “Over the Counter”. Many users end up moving towards harder drugs such as meth and heroin, solely for the cheaper price. Who is truly to blame; the doctors who prescribe them, the companies to produce them, the patients for abusing them past the recommended doses, or is it a joint responsibility?

5. Alcohol and tobacco have remained the most “legal” forms of drugs for an individual to purchase and consume as long as they are of age, yet both still cause tens of thousands to die from physical illness (cancer, destroyed liver, etc) and accidents. Should America opt for a drug-free system, or has prohibition simply shown suppression does not work? Are these drugs perfectly fine in your mind if they’re taken in moderation?

2020-04-17 00:14:21 UTC  

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2020-04-17 23:55:35 UTC  

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2020-04-21 03:01:30 UTC  

There are conflicting reports that North Korea's Leader Kim Jong-Un is braindead/gravely ill.
Please send your thoughts and prayers to our great leader.

2020-04-22 20:21:11 UTC  

Attention Gamers,
Do not launch CSGO, TF2 or any other source engine games for the time being. The source code for CSGO and TF2 has been leaked. This is leading to hackers being able to deliver malware to players! Do not launch either of these games until valve solves the issue!

2020-04-24 00:06:15 UTC  

Hello everyone, today we will be hosting a Movie Night and tomorrow we will be hosting a Debate Night!
*Title:* Sicario: Day of The Soldado
*Date:* Tonight, April 23rd, 8:10 PM EST

The drug war on the U.S.-Mexico border has escalated as the cartels have begun trafficking terrorists across the US border. To fight the war, federal agent Matt Graver re-teams with the mercurial Alejandro.

Stream Link:


2020-04-24 00:07:53 UTC  

*Title:* Immigration
*Date:* April 24th, 8:00 PM EST

2020-04-24 00:08:01 UTC  

```1. Currently, the path to citizenship is a long process with applicants needing to wait at least 5 years before entry. By that same process, requirements are arguably low; be able to read/speak/write English and have basic US history and civic knowledge and be a “person of good moral character”. Do you think the citizenship process itself is too long? Do you think the requirements are enough?

2. To be an American, you must simply be born on American soil, yet this has caused concern of “anchor babies”, specifically those of illegal immigrants attempting to keep their children in this country so they don’t face deportation. Should requirements for citizenship be implemented? Is this even a large-enough problem that requires concern?

3. The border wall has been the subject of debate regarding preventing further illegal immigration into the United States. Some claim funding towards the wall is beneficial, while others say funding the border patrol with military-grade equipment will be far more efficient. Others say it’s not even worth funding due to most immigrants arriving via plane and overextending visas. How should America go about border patrol?

4. An issue with immigration, both legal and illegal, is that a good majority are willing to work jobs of high-risk and workload for a minimum to sub-average pay. Do you believe that this is beneficial for the economy as businesses are able to expand by hiring people to do work that others wouldn’t otherwise do or creates an unnecessary burden on the economy?

5. Currently, illegal immigration is simply a civil misdemeanor, with all of those who are caught typically being deported back to their country of origin if not jailed for a very brief period for holding. Do you think the severity of the infraction should be raised higher to deter further immigrants? Should we get Mexico’s government further involved, if possible, for solving this issue?```

2020-04-24 23:55:34 UTC  

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2020-04-26 01:13:14 UTC  

Howdy y'all! Join us in Lobby I for game night!
*Game:* Jackbox
*Date:* Right Now!

__How to play:__
Watch Turia's stream and enter the room code into <>
Jackbox can be played on both desktop and mobile!

2020-04-26 22:59:45 UTC  

Howdy y'all!

The TRS Minecraft server is officially open to the public!

- The whitelist has been removed, anybody can now join!
- You can use /kit starter to give yourself some basic items to get yourself started.
- You can now claim your land, type /kit claim to give yourself a golden shovel. Then right click two corners of your land with a golden shovel and you're set.
- You can set up to 5 homes. Type /sethome (home name) to set a home, and /home (home name) to teleport to your home.
- You can now send teleport requests to other players. Type /tpa (name of player you want to teleport to), and /tpaccept to accept a teleport request.
- Spawn has been moved over 10,000 blocks away. To visit the old spawn location type /warp oldspawn
- Addition of the /spawn command. This will teleport you to the new spawn.

*Server IP:*
*Version:* Java 1.15.2

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2020-05-01 01:02:58 UTC  

*Title*: Elections during COVID
*Date*: May 1st, 8:00 PM EST

1. Currently, states are starting to open up due to the drop in new coronavirus cases. Many fear this would only make the situation worse since many still have not recovered yet. If the coronavirus were to stay around up to the election, could it reduce voter turnout and massively impact the outcome of the election?

2. Currently, scientists believe the virus will grow weaker during the summer and increase in potential infectivity during the fall and winter, especially around election day. Would pushing for a different date be a better option for the sake of public health, despite any potential problems?

3. Since the start of the pandemic, many have criticized Trump, pointing to his lack of immediate response claiming it made the situation worse in the United States. Do you believe Joe Biden's chances at winning the election has increased as a result of the blame on Trump? Or do you think Trump has been handling the situation where voter support is rising in his favor?

4. In March, the stock market crashed, erasing much of Trump's economic progress and hurting the labor force in America. With almost 10% of the population unemployed, some point to the Democrats as potential profiteers of voters as they pushed for more money for a larger population of people with the stimulus checks, and are appointing themselves as providers of social security and welfare. Do you see this swaying current voter's opinions?

5. One of the potential solutions politicians are placing for citizens to vote is voting by mail. Trump & the Republicans fear this could lead to mass voter fraud, especially with no way to provide identification of the sender. Other options include having the voting process extended over weeks to prevent crowding, or via online where people can send their IDs for verification. What do you think would be the most efficient way for voting to occur?

2020-05-02 00:02:43 UTC  

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2020-05-09 23:57:04 UTC  

Hello everyone!
Our AMA with Predator Poachers will be starting in 5 minutes!
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2020-05-15 00:05:58 UTC  

Hello everyone, today we will be hosting a Movie Night and tomorrow we will be hosting a Debate Night!
*Title:* The Rock (1996)
*Date:* Tonight, May 14th, 8:10 PM EST

The Rock is a 1996 American action thriller film directed by Michael Bay, produced by Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer, and written by David Weisberg and Douglas S. Cook. In the film, an FBI chemist and a former SAS captain are tasked with stopping a group of rogue US Force Recon Marines who have seized Alcatraz Island, taking hostages while doing so, and are threatening to launch rockets filled with nerve gas over San Francisco unless they are paid $100 million.

Stream Link:


2020-05-15 00:06:36 UTC  

*Title:* Economics
*Date:* May 15th, 8:00 PM EST

2020-05-15 00:06:46 UTC  

1. Government assistance for laid-off workers has helped those in "labor limbo" as they search for further work. However, some countries also provide so-called NEET's this form of assistance. Some claim only those searching for work should receive assistance. Others say the government should provide work for people instead, even if low-wage. Do you agree with these claims?

2. Unions stand to protect worker interests such as better pay and work conditions, yet membership has significantly dropped and many large corporations stand to be nonunion. Communication between employers and employees can become disorganized, and wages are forcefully increased, forcing employers to hire less. Do you believe unions today harm the economy more than helping it?

3. Most jobs require previous work experience for better consideration of being hired, so most people turn to internships. These tend to be nonpaid, and the employed person must often find temporal housing for their area of work, making the process to complete the internship high-cost. Should corporations or the government provide stipends since the intern is still providing labor to the company?

4. The minimum wage hasn't raised at the same level as inflation, with 2.7% of the workforce working at or below this level. The focus has been placed on increasing it to assist those working these jobs to make a "livable wage". Some say this would hurt businesses or force customers to pay higher prices when these jobs are not careers anyone should try to build a foundation within. Should minimum wage increase?

5. Retired individuals typically hold savings and pensions to assist them in living when they are unable to continue working. However, people are living older and some run out of their savings, often forcing them to return back to work while others find themselves bored and wanting to work. Should we look to find a way to utilize the older population in the workforce if they choose to?

2020-05-15 23:57:45 UTC  

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2020-05-21 20:48:52 UTC  

Happy Ascension day everyone, hope you went to church today otherwise you will fucken burn

2020-05-21 23:44:18 UTC  

Hello everyone, today we will be hosting a Movie Night and tomorrow we will be hosting a Debate Night!
Title: Jojo Rabbit (2019)
Date: Tonight, May 21st, 8:00 PM EST

A young boy in Hitler's army finds out his mother is hiding a Jewish girl in their home.

Stream Link:


2020-05-21 23:44:28 UTC  

*Title*: Healthcare
*Date*: May 22nd, 8:00 PM EST

1. US citizens typically pay twice as much for healthcare compared to the rest of the developed world. Reasons for this include medical education, outsourcing for tests, & medical equipment being far more expensive compared to other countries as American healthcare is an open market. Should access to healthcare be the primary focus, or does the current market of healthcare already allow practitioners to provide the best quality treatment?

2. There have been rare cases of pharmaceutical industries raising the price of life-saving drugs for illnesses like diabetes, AIDS, and hepatitis by over 1000%. The federal government holds virtually no power towards negotiating prices, especially for medicare, allowing corporations to set that at whatever cap they desire. Should the United States follow other countries and hold a say in what drug prices are, or should corporations have a full say of the price, even if the prices are outrageously high?

3. With no penalty existing for uninsured Americans, citizens are able to take the risk of living their lives with no form of insurance. Medicaid and other forms of subsidized insurance seek to assist those with disabilities, old age, and low income, by charging virtually nothing if eligible, yet most point to high-risk people who typically make up the majority of those on these programs. Is there an inherent link to poor health and poverty, and if so, should these programs hold higher eligibility requirements to offset the costs.

4. Many European countries focus in limiting the amount of sugar within products, while also banning specific advertisements of products that could potentially cause cancer and other ailments. Their efforts have left these countries with significantly lower obesity and heart attack numbers compared to the US. Should the United States follow suit, or is it up to the average citizen to decide how they treat their health?

2020-05-22 23:56:35 UTC  

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2020-05-26 00:26:05 UTC  

Discord has recently made some serious changes to their Terms of Service and Community Guidelines.

We have reached out to discord for further clarification on some of the changes.
We do not wish to censor speech on the server, but if discord is serious with their recent ToS/Community Guidelines update then things will need to change.
We will update y'all once we have received an official response from Discord.

Please read the updated Terms of Service and Community Guidelines below.

For the time being we strongly suggest that everyone joins our official Guilded Server.

2020-06-04 23:02:02 UTC  

Hello everyone, today we will be hosting a Movie Night and tomorrow we will be hosting a Debate Night!
*Title*: Kingdom of Heaven
*Date*: Tonight, June 4th, 8:00 PM EST

Balian of Ibelin travels to Jerusalem during the Crusades of the 12th century, and there he finds himself as the defender of the city and its people.

Stream Link:

2020-06-04 23:02:04 UTC  

*Title*: Chaos in America
*Date*: June 5th, 8:00 PM EST

1. Has the American Government, at federal, state and local levels, failed to support and defend it's citizens during this time of crisis, or has it made the right call? If it has, how exactly has it failed?

2. What can the government do to provide order and stability to the cities filled with rioting? How should the leadership of the cities be handled?

3. Should the government deal with the rioters non-lethally, or should lethal force be used to break up the riots? Likewise, should the rioters be arrested en masse? Is there even enough officers or troopers to arrest all of them?

4. Should the government encourage militias to rise up and push back the rioters? Should the government, even in states where self-defense laws force you to flee rather than fight back, allow citizens to protect themselves and their property, and if so, how?

5. Has Donald Trump failed in his capacity as the president during these riots? Have the different city leaders and state governors also failed? If they have, should they be replaced? What should be done to prevent riots like these from happening again?

2020-06-05 23:56:22 UTC  

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2020-06-11 18:25:30 UTC  

What's up gamers!!
The PS5 reveal is happening at 1:00 PM PT/20:00 GMT/22:00 CEST.
We are holding a watch party in voice (𝗣𝗦𝟱 𝗥𝗘𝗩𝗘𝗔𝗟) starting at 11:30AM PT/18:30 GMT/20:30 CEST to check it out, so come and join us for all the cringe, Knack 3 gameplay, weeb shit and failure.
Finally something good during these dire times.

Stream Link: <>