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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: September 29, 2021, 05:34:40 AM »
Here is what it really said:

https://americaproject.com/ExecutiveSummary_VersionFinal_092421.pdf

i dunno where your source got its "draft," but the final report posted by the arizona state senate republican caucus does not include any such recommendation: https://www.azsenaterepublicans.com/cyber-ninjas-report

it's not okay to lie.

A conservative? Blindly throwing out random conservative sources? Very unlikely, libflake.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: September 28, 2021, 05:07:55 AM »
It so wonderfully makes my heart flutter every time conservatives find more votes for Biden and fewer for Trump. 🥰 99 more and 261 fewer this time, respectively.

I think the Republican party might be undercover leftists.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Terrible Political Memes
« on: September 25, 2021, 06:06:34 AM »


Wow this is actually insanely disgusting and fucked up. What a ""political meme"".

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: September 25, 2021, 05:51:59 AM »
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The report, which was prepared by private contractors and submitted to Republican leaders of the state Senate, went even further than an earlier draft that confirmed Biden’s victory.

In a letter describing the findings, Senate President Karen Fann (R) — who commissioned the process — stressed the importance of the ballot count showing Biden’s winning margin and noted that it “matches Maricopa County’s official machine count.”

“This is the most important and encouraging finding of the audit,” she wrote, adding: “This finding therefore addresses the sharpest concerns about the integrity of the certified results in the 2020 general election.”

wow who'da thunk it can't wait to read the actual report and see nothing has changed.

I can't believe I'm going to actually be hearing "no no this time for real" for three more entire years lmao. I at least want Mike Pillow back as the resident Conspiracy Spokesman if this whining is gonna be my background noise for so long. That was a fun ride.

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Arts & Entertainment / Re: Gaming platforms
« on: April 12, 2021, 01:35:41 AM »
Nintendo Switch and PS4, I mostly play the Switch

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: President Joe Biden
« on: April 05, 2021, 08:56:57 PM »
nb4 kamala vetoes

Didn't she sponsor a bill supporting legalization not that long ago?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: President Joe Biden
« on: April 02, 2021, 02:26:02 AM »
I assume he's trying to say "y'all are hypocrites, Biden does same as Trump", which is ironic since he failed so hard to understand that when we were saying the same to him. Also, I think most of us are actually willing to criticize Biden. If he has any part of that, that's shitty af.

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Or perhaps even invoking the "twinkie" defense.

>:(

The "Twinkie defense" is a myth:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twinkie_defense

I mean, it kind of exists?

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Newman noted that during depositions Alex Jones once said he had trouble remembering the names of his children’s teachers because he had eaten a large bowl of chili. Insisting the meal was relevant, Newman had Alex Jones read from a transcript of the deposition, in which he had said the teachers’ names would “pop in my head, I ate too much chili.” Jones then read a question from the transcript from an attorney asking if chili clouds his memory, followed by his response: “Big old bowl of chili. Sure does, yeah.”

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: President Joe Biden
« on: March 21, 2021, 09:18:38 AM »
Is "this president fall more than this president" really the level of political discourse we're interested in engaging in?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: President Joe Biden
« on: March 11, 2021, 03:27:41 AM »
You guys didn't even argue that your opponents were mistaken about what Biden did. The argument was "But Trump."  ::)

Several people have said his speech gaffes aren't an embarrassment, but that you treat those gaffes as such while you defended Trump for his. The argument isn't "Biden's embarrassing, but so was Trump", it's "why do you consider Biden's gaffes embarrassing but defended Trump's?"

That's literally what many of us have been saying. That they aren't embarrassing. Nobody is conceding that. We're asking you why you're inconsistent on this issue depending on who we're talking about. If we can't even trust you to have a standard of logic or morality that you apply to situations, but instead make it up on the spot depending on who the conversation pertains to, what's the point of ever engaging anything you say? It's wild to me you can't seem to answer that. If you have some system of logic or morality you follow, it should be super easy.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: President Joe Biden
« on: March 10, 2021, 10:31:20 PM »
What? If I don't think it's embarrassing, justifying it doesn't mean I think it's embarrassing. You're trying to be weirdly tautological. Unless you're legit trying to tell me that any time anyone justifies anything (which, quick refresher, means "show or prove to be right or reasonable") that means the thing is bad or embarrassing. So, say, all your justifications for not murdering someone would be irrelevant because justifying it means it's bad or embarrassing.

Because if you're being completely literal with your sentence, I sincerely hope you can see the vapidity of "if we accept his behavior is bad and embarrassing, justifying it means it's bad or embarrassing". I really hope you're not loading the premise that blatantly, because that would be pretty dang bad or embarrassing. (also, if you justify the bad or embarrassing phrasing, you're conceding it's bad or embarrassing, so you're not allowed to defend it I guess)

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: President Joe Biden
« on: March 10, 2021, 10:06:14 PM »
Nope. You guys are the ones here desperate to try to talk about Trump when Joe Biden embarrasses himself.

It is almost as if you are conceding that Joe Biden is an embarrassment and need to try to hide that fact by accusing someone else of something. It is a pretty pathetic defense if you have to implicitly concede that Joe Biden is an embarrassment in your argument.

You're not reading. Use your eyes, my dude. Several people have said his speech gaffes aren't an embarrassment, but that you treat those gaffes as such while you defended Trump for his. The argument isn't "Biden's embarrassing, but so was Trump", it's "why do you consider Biden's gaffes embarrassing but defended Trump's?" It's about your inconsistency. You must be actually ignoring entire sentences and paragraphs of others' posts if you don't understand that.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: President Joe Biden
« on: March 10, 2021, 09:08:26 PM »
The subject of this thread is not Trump. The subject of this thread is Joe Biden. He's an embarrassment. Trying to talk about other people does nothing to take away from Joe Biden's embarrassing behavior.

...is the Crown Prince of Whataboutism really whining about nonexistent whataboutism? Like, do you understand the concept of bringing up someone's past arguments and defenses to show them inconsistencies with their current argument?

TIM BOSHIP (thread 1): Trump can kill people, that's fine, you guys are being dumb. It's not murder if the president kills someone.
TIM BOSHIP (thread 2): Wow, Biden killed people? He's a murderer, we should lock him up.
RANDO-MAN (thread 2): I don't think you're arguing in good faith, you've previously said presidents killing people isn't murder.
TIM BOSHIP (thread 2): This thread is about Biden, not Trump. Stop pivoting.

People are trying to point out your endless inconsistencies in who and what you'll criticize for what and why. If someone consistently refuses to argue in good faith or ever acknowledge being wrong, what's the point in engaging with them? And, yes, if I get a response I almost expect a "ha ha that why i shouldnt engage with you guys"

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Joe Biden is winning by a landslide
« on: January 30, 2021, 03:56:49 AM »
Still waiting on a legitimate explanation to this other than 'anomalies are possible'.

Quote from: Tom Bishop


Wait, is the argument really "states voted really different than before this time"? Would evidence of this happening all the time throughout elections be satisfactory for you?

Also, those don't honestly look all that anomalous so much as indicative of a general rightward shift over the last few elections. You'll notice that, in both cases, starting after Bush (though the second graph leaves him out for some reason), the Republicans start tending to win more counties. Obama v McCain was 53 Obama, 46 McCain. Then 38 Obama, 61 Romney. Then 93 Trump, 6 Hillary. So, yeah, 90 Trump, 9 Biden isn't that wild of a shift. Iowa just didn't move much this election.

Similar for Wisconsin. 59 Obama, 13 McCain. Then 35 Obama, 37 McCain. Then 59 Trump, 13 Hillary, then 58 Trump, 14 Biden. And Trump just barely eked out a victory against Hillary there, so Biden winning a larger city is more than enough to make up for that ~30,000 vote difference. Bonus points: I live here, so I've borne witness to Wisconsin's rightward shift over my lifetime.

I simply don't see how this is any different than SexWarrior's "no president with a mole on the upper-right half of his temple has ever won before" post. Every single trend is going to be broken at some point.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Terrible Political Memes
« on: January 21, 2021, 02:18:38 AM »
I don't know if I've ever witnessed a thread so quickly become the exact opposite of everything the OP wanted it to be.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: January 18, 2021, 08:53:48 PM »
I don't know why everyone's focusing on the legal aspect of this rather than the wild reality that anyone's okay just reading a blog post saying "these people visit pedo rapist island", see that well at least they posted a hyperlink of some sort, and just accept and post it as true without any further looking into. Doesn't matter if it's "not important" (probably shouldn't have brought it up and defended it if that's going to be the Plan B argument), that's absolutely insane.

Unless we're playing the "I'm just posting links, not implying anything" game again.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: January 18, 2021, 02:07:56 AM »
Trump is always definitely going to be sworn in in about a few weeks' time from whenever "now" is at any given moment.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: January 13, 2021, 09:28:14 PM »
Yeah those protests are sketch, I’ve seen nothing on TheDonald even with the Wayback Machine other than one post that warned about fake rallies and linked them.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: January 10, 2021, 01:51:47 AM »
People aren't buying your false outrage and scaremongering libs ::)

My dude, everyone here is casually goofing on conspiracy theorists while waiting for the 20th to come around because we know that's the only thing that will stop any of y'all from driving this meme train. I could get God Himself to tell you Trump lost and you'd ask him if he has a PhD lol

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