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Yeah.  It almost makes me a little bitter.  I understand the value of having the best military but good god.  A conflict between the US and Russia wouldn't even be close.  I feel that the military industrial complex has been all to happy to massively overestimate the Russian military for the last 50 years.

You all are assuming that the US isn't overinflating their own shit.  We haven't fought an actual superpower since what... Vietnam?

All our wars have been against countries with alot less resources and weapon technology.  And they still weren't completely defeated. 
*See 20 years in Afghanistan

Wasn’t Vietnam just funded by China? I think the Korean War was the last time.

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And for some reason a lot of Western pundits keep cowering in fear of Russia as if the last 9 months didn't happen.

It's like their minds are trapped in 1945.

Incorrect.  Their minds are trapped in trying to own the Biden administration.
LOL!!! What a weak take...even Biden doesn't own the Biden administration.

k

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Arts & Entertainment / Re: Just Watched
« on: November 30, 2022, 07:53:43 PM »
#bostonbad

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« on: November 28, 2022, 01:57:32 PM »
I guess Stew Peters is going to make a bunch of money with his video advertisement for his "buy Gold" pamphlets disguised as an actual fact based "documentary". Just shows a sucker is born everyday - A modern day snake oil salesman he is.

Buy some gold from him and protect yourself from the NWO population control death panel cabal. Seems totally rational.

Seeing as almost every major media outlet has advertisements, this is a rather poor argument. It appears that you do not actually have a legitimate argument.

Now for the legit argument from McGill University:

The Anti-Vaccine Documentary Died Suddenly Wants You to Feel, Not Think

Members of the anti-vaccination movement and of its media arm excel at portraying themselves as “those who care.” The rest of us—scientists, doctors, politicians, journalists—are represented as either apathetic or simply evil. The latest “documentary” to emerge from this movement, Died Suddenly, is an exercise in reframing compassion. It also represents the apogee of conspiritualist ideas, where grand conspiracy theories surrounding vaccines are painted on a canvas so large, they involve a Biblical war between the forces of absolute good and those of pure evil.

Who are portrayed as ringing the alarm for Armageddon in Died Suddenly? Embalmers.


The documentary’s smoking gun is the alleged discovery of long, white, fibrous clots in the deceased bodies of people who, we are told, got vaccinated against COVID-19. Sometimes, their blood also looks dirty, like it contains coffee grounds. This claim seems to have originated from Richard Hirschman, an embalmer in Alabama, who spoke about it to The Epoch Times, a frequent vehicle for misinformation and grand conspiracy theories. Hirschman and a few other embalmers testify to their findings in Died Suddenly, with some being blurred out, their voices altered, like they are sharing secrets so damning they’re about to be shipped to their local witness protection program.

The problem is that embalmers and funeral directors are not medical professionals. Don’t take it from me, but from the National Funeral Directors Association in the United States, whose representative told me as much, and from Ben Schmidt, a funeral director and embalmer with a bachelor’s degree in natural science. Schmidt wrote a detailed explanation of what is happening here. Clots can easily form after death, as the liquid and solid parts of blood separate and as formaldehyde and calcium-containing water used in the embalming process catalyze clotting. Refrigeration can also be to blame, especially when a rapid influx of bodies due to COVID necessitates longer stays in the cooler as embalmers make their way through their backlog.


This debunk is rather poor, even for your usual material. It does not attempt to perform any investigation whatsoever into the claims of the embalmers that they are encountering more clots than usual. This review claims that embalmers are not legitimate professionals to cite because they are "not medical professionals" and then immediately contradicts itself by citing an embalmer as an authority on how clots form.

No attempt is made to study the original claims and determine if there are more than usual, or if embalmers are claiming more difficulty in embalming bodies as claimed in the film.

Tom trusting embalmers over doctors is peak hypocrisy. See Roundy’s signature for more.

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Apollo 17
« on: November 28, 2022, 02:13:57 AM »
Imagine thinking Building 7 collapsed in its own footprint.

Is that like the big gravity machine in the center of the earth? Russia got 7.5 miles down, how'd you do with those xray vision goggles?
Only a fake 3,955 miles to go...dig it?

Tell me more....

Try again. This time in your native language.

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Science & Alternative Science / Re: Apollo 17
« on: November 28, 2022, 12:01:10 AM »
Imagine thinking Building 7 collapsed in its own footprint.

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Arts & Entertainment / Re: Superhero Movies & Comics General
« on: November 26, 2022, 11:24:08 PM »
I really like Pierce Brosnan and it’s too bad this will be the only time we get him in this role. I liked Hawkman too. Dwayne Johnson is a good actor in the right role and this wasn’t it. He wasn’t bad or anything but just kind of did what he needed. For pure spectacle, I do want to see Black Adam and Superman throw down.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Died Suddenly
« on: November 26, 2022, 02:23:01 PM »
If this is such a legit movie, why would they need to have a montage of people fainting and surviving (or fainting before covid) while talking about peopoe dying suddenly?

Good point Dave, I have a sneaky suspicion it's not legit at all:o

But 5 million morons free-thinkers have already watched it and zero bots.

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And for some reason a lot of Western pundits keep cowering in fear of Russia as if the last 9 months didn't happen.

It's like their minds are trapped in 1945.

Incorrect.  Their minds are trapped in trying to own the Biden administration.

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I like how Western media consistently portrayed Russia as being able to do things like invade both of America's coasts or burn down the White House. Then, as it turns out, Russia has trouble holding cities mere kilometers from their own border. When Obama called Russia a "regional power" in 2014, he was mocked for underestimating Russia. Now, in hindsight, we can only conclude that he was vastly overestimating them instead.

It’s a bit of both though. They ostensibly have enough nukes to burn America down but then would take a few months to arrive in their rowboats.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: November 18, 2022, 10:27:17 PM »
The DOJ has appointed a special counsel to determine if charges are appropriate in the case of the MAL papers.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Midterms 2022
« on: November 17, 2022, 01:51:52 PM »
People need to take a deep breath, remember that Tom is a troll whose sole purpose in life is riling up strangers on the internet and relax. However he wants to try to put it, the Dems still control the Senate, which means they can stifle the Repugnicans' agenda. And yes, given Biden's low level of support and the way these things usually go during midterm elections, that makes the Dems huge winners and the Repugnicans like Tom great big losers.  :D

Yup.  Gains in the senate and governors seats and smaller than expected losses in the house are unequivocably good results for the Dems.

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Technology & Information / Re: T-minus 10 hours - Artemis Mission to Moon
« on: November 17, 2022, 12:02:56 AM »
AS I SAID..Pay up



I don’t see it landing in the ocean. How are you distinguishing this from a 3D flight path towards an escape orbit?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Trump
« on: November 17, 2022, 12:01:19 AM »
I didn't expect that after the election results but there you go.

Oh, come on, this was an easy thing to predict. If the midterms went well, Trump would take credit for it and announce his candidacy as a victory lap. If they went poorly, he'd fall into his familiar role as underdog and insist that only he could save the nation from its impending doom. There's no scenario where he would have humbly backed down or allowed someone else to take the limelight he sees as rightfully his.

In an interview he claimed, and I paraphrase,“If the midterms go well, it’s because of me, if they go poorly it’s the Republican party’s fault, either way, they’ll claim the opposite.”

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Technology & Information / Re: T-minus 10 hours - Artemis Mission to Moon
« on: November 15, 2022, 10:59:32 PM »
I'll bet you it goes up a couple miles and tips over in flight only to land in the ocean outta everyones sight. FLAT EARTH BABY>

With a DOME !

Bet 5 troy ounces of gold?

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Midterms 2022
« on: November 15, 2022, 10:26:39 PM »
Cooooope

Like Clyde said above, the Dems historic performance isn’t a matter of opinion.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Midterms 2022
« on: November 15, 2022, 08:31:39 PM »
I am celebrating the worst performance by the opposition since 2002. You are having a harder time understanding this than the GOP is winning senate races.

Actually it could just mean that the blue and red areas were generally saturated with their party and there was not much change. The change that did occur lost Democrats the House. They lost power.

Previous administrations have been able to keep control of the House. The Democrats could have done the same, but did not.

But they did gain seats in the senate and netted two governor’s chairs as the GOP had the worst midterm since 2022 lol

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Midterms 2022
« on: November 15, 2022, 04:20:34 PM »
Nice whining. Your argument is "Well we lost the House, but we don't suck THAT bad! Could have been worse!"

Literally the best result any administration has had since 2002. The GOP is terrible, just terrible.

Presidents can serve up to 8 years. That is only three presidents back from when an incumbant's party was able to gain seats in a midterm. You are celebrating losing.

I am celebrating the worst performance by the opposition since 2002. You are having a harder time understanding this than the GOP is winning senate races.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: Midterms 2022
« on: November 15, 2022, 11:24:04 AM »
Nice whining. Your argument is "Well we lost the House, but we don't suck THAT bad! Could have been worse!"

Literally the best result any administration has had since 2002. The GOP is terrible, just terrible.

Biden's Democrats had the best midterm performance since 2002, a year after 9/11 made it unthinkable to disagree with the government.  That's how shit the GOP are; they can't even defeat a mentally declining president with bad approval ratings.
Pretty embarrassing results for Trump. That red wave was a ripple at best.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-63627007

Chuckle. Even some at Fox News are turning away from Trump now. Obviously the real cult members never will. Sad, to quote the "great" man himself.

The knives are out for Trump on many right wing media outlets.

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