Message from @Koba

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2018-11-05 02:13:50 UTC  

Not really slam...but the really belligerent ones would open the door and go, "Oh hell no, get out of here." <shut door>

2018-11-05 02:15:28 UTC  

One lady whom I called her by her full name when she answered the door, said, "It's illegal for you to have that information. How did you get my voter name and party?"

"'am, voter registration is public information, unless you file with the courts to have your information personally suppressed."

2018-11-05 02:15:47 UTC  

@Logan Silver was born in East Lansing, Michigan, the son of Sally (née Thrun), a community activist, and Brian David Silver, a former chair of the political science department at Michigan State University.[13][14] Silver's mother's family, of English and German descent, includes several distinguished men and women, including his maternal great-grandfather, Harmon Lewis, who was president of the Alcoa Steamship Company, Inc.[15] Silver has described himself as "half-Jewish".[15][16]

2018-11-05 02:16:20 UTC  

Hahahaha, Phillip.

2018-11-05 02:17:14 UTC  

That reminds me of the customers when I worked at Walgreens as a teenager who would emphatically say no to giving me their email, phone number, or any information about them. Of course yours is different and worse.

2018-11-05 02:18:05 UTC

2018-11-05 02:18:07 UTC  

@Selma is that Nate Silner?

2018-11-05 02:18:11 UTC  


2018-11-05 02:18:12 UTC  

ah I see

2018-11-05 02:18:14 UTC

2018-11-05 02:18:21 UTC  

I was confused at first as well

2018-11-05 02:18:23 UTC  

last one in image spam

2018-11-05 02:18:41 UTC  

he said today the odds of the dems taking the house are less than 50%

2018-11-05 02:18:48 UTC

2018-11-05 02:18:49 UTC  

Ossof lost, for the record

2018-11-05 02:19:25 UTC  

@Logan Nate Silver: "Math is dead" no he was just using it wrong

2018-11-05 02:22:19 UTC  

probably not much. the candidates are mostly shit tier anyway. we need to get into everything - politics & society mostly

2018-11-05 02:22:23 UTC  

Also can leave a positive impression on a voter. Have had many people come to me saying they’re voting for the candidate I was helping out just because they met him

2018-11-05 02:22:35 UTC  

The two most important groups to infiltrate and control are the republican party & the freemasons

2018-11-05 02:22:54 UTC  

The freemasons for work & as an extra layer of insulation against things like doxxing

2018-11-05 02:23:09 UTC  

We need to have a vice grip on repubilcan politics

2018-11-05 02:23:31 UTC  

I know where to find the Masonic hall here in town

2018-11-05 02:23:39 UTC  

Yeah get to know some masons

2018-11-05 02:23:44 UTC  

theyre usually very private about being masons

2018-11-05 02:23:57 UTC  

Make sure to eat pumpkin ice cream this Thanksgiving season. It's implicitly white because it's dairy and because it's pumpkin flavored!

2018-11-05 02:23:59 UTC  

However, all you really have to do to join is ask: they do not extend membership

2018-11-05 02:24:00 UTC  

I've found _one_ guy who was a mason. and I figured that out from the sticker on his car

2018-11-05 02:24:18 UTC  

(it was a really small sticker)

2018-11-05 02:24:28 UTC  

Canvassing is probably beneficial so long as you are very polite with those who don't want to talk. If nothing else, volunteering can help you get a say with your local GOP

2018-11-05 02:24:41 UTC  

within the masons though "a mason always comes first" - the masons are an enormous wellspring of opportunities and resources. If we control the masons: "a white mason always comes first"

2018-11-05 02:24:47 UTC  

masons are almost all boomers too

2018-11-05 02:24:47 UTC  

Mason hall is right across the street from my school

2018-11-05 02:25:01 UTC  

ask to join & make sure you have a reason why for when they ask you why

2018-11-05 02:25:10 UTC  

Washington was something like a 31st degree mason

2018-11-05 02:25:22 UTC  

I guess saying "I want to control politics" isn't a good reason to join

2018-11-05 02:25:34 UTC  

What would a good reason be

2018-11-05 02:26:01 UTC  

The contact hypothesis has proven to be highly effective in alleviating prejudice directed toward homosexuals.[11] Applying the contact hypothesis to heterosexuals and homosexuals, Herek (1987) found that college students who had pleasant interactions with a homosexual tend to generalize from that experience and accept homosexuals as a group.[12] Herek and Glunt's (1993) national study of interpersonal contact and heterosexuals' attitudes toward gay men found that increased contact "predicted attitudes toward gay men better than did any other demographic or social psychological variable" (p. 239); such variables included gender, race, age, education, geographic residence, marital status, number of children, religion and political ideology.[13] Herek and Capitanio (1996) found that contact experiences with two or three homosexuals are associated with more favorable attitudes than are contact experiences with only one individual.[14]

2018-11-05 02:26:01 UTC  

Almost all the republican local groups are extremely thirsty for new blood too - all you have to do is show up and make friends