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Post Post #20981  (isolation #200)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 3:59 pm

This new gen is even more fucked up.
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Post Post #20984  (isolation #201)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:05 pm

In post 20983, Ginngie wrote:
In post 20981, Creature wrote:This new gen is even more fucked up.

Citation needed

No one cares about your baseless accusations and that’s why people hate when you post

I think you hate anything that goes against your viewpoint

hence why you feel allowed to call an entire age group better dead.
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Post Post #20987  (isolation #202)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:20 pm

So you're probably aware of how oscillating moral is before you hit a certain age.
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Post Post #20990  (isolation #203)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:30 pm

In post 20989, shaft.ed wrote:
In post 20981, Creature wrote:This new gen is even more fucked up.

can you get back to me Re: who the SJW's were that you were talking about previously?

I have one national example I can tell from my head only.
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Post Post #20993  (isolation #204)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:35 pm

In post 20992, shaft.ed wrote:
In post 20990, Creature wrote:
In post 20989, shaft.ed wrote:
In post 20981, Creature wrote:This new gen is even more fucked up.

can you get back to me Re: who the SJW's were that you were talking about previously?

I have one national example I can tell from my head only.
I can give you examples of tens to hundreds of prominent racists if you like
so...

both sides I guess

Is it reasonable to call white people trash?
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Post Post #20996  (isolation #205)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:37 pm

In post 20994, Fluminator wrote:Kids are Gen Z. They're cool.

Hopefully they become somewhat technocrats :D
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Post Post #20997  (isolation #206)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 4:39 pm

In post 20995, shaft.ed wrote:
In post 20993, Creature wrote:
In post 20992, shaft.ed wrote:
In post 20990, Creature wrote:
In post 20989, shaft.ed wrote:
In post 20981, Creature wrote:This new gen is even more fucked up.

can you get back to me Re: who the SJW's were that you were talking about previously?

I have one national example I can tell from my head only.
I can give you examples of tens to hundreds of prominent racists if you like
so...

both sides I guess

Is it reasonable to call white people trash?
who is calling white people trash?
seriously
where do you come with these statement?

From brazilian universities. Though they mostly attack the middle class.

Still, don't you feel people are more open to openly calling white people trash, evil, whatever? Not saying it should be punishable, but it's definitely not good.
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Post Post #21007  (isolation #207)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 5:00 pm

Sorry for sounding declarative, I'm bad at social skills. I even had someone criticize the way I send emails, cuz imo they look pretty empty. I'm open to feedbacks about how should I express my opinion without annoying someone.

My feelings about SJW is mostly that it feels like they're trying to point out groups that are oppressed and antagonizing groups they consider "oppressor". It's as if they're trying to divide people into different groups and cause them to "fight" between themselves, like "divide to conquer".

When a politician is SJW, I mostly expect them to only work for some certain groups. I don't expect them to come up with buildings, scientifical researches, innovations that will upgrade a large group of lives. I mostly expect them to create institutions supposedly representing these groups they consider oppressed as if all they needed was an institution or something. Like, imagine building a lot of "LGBT rights comission" buildings over say schools.

I think most people are on the same line that if a politician only represents a certain group of people, they'll feel excluded. Hence why I believe someone should be more open to all population, be workers, wealthy, all races, whatever.

I'm aware of the problems the SJW point, I just don't want people to be more divided than they already are.
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Post Post #21009  (isolation #208)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 5:06 pm

Did I insult anyone?
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Post Post #21012  (isolation #209)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 5:15 pm

In post 21010, kuribo wrote:
In post 21007, Creature wrote:I'm aware of the problems the SJW point, I just don't want people to be more divided than they already are.



But what we're trying to tell you is that the solution to lessening divide isn't "But the SJWs should shut up."

Problems don't go away just because you ignore them. And they don't go away just because you wish everyone would get along.

Is preconceptibly calling an entire group evil (or "oppressor" if you want) going to work though?

If someone receives $15 and other $5, is calling the one that receives $15 evil the best solution?
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Post Post #21013  (isolation #210)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 5:17 pm

I'm against white supremacists too.
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Post Post #21025  (isolation #211)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 8:39 pm

In post 21022, chennisden wrote:i think it should be obvious people should be ensured a basic quality of life?

Personally I'd make the initial grades be all about basic math operations, grammar and vocabulary, as well as possibly some other languages (EDIT: maybe that's already happening?). Only then going to natural science and eventually US history and beyond. Would also open lot of libraries and encourage students to read books (with possible government feedbacks on good books to read).

Maybe knowledge isn't that much of a basic quality of life though?
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Post Post #21028  (isolation #212)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 9:03 pm

In post 21025, Creature wrote:Maybe knowledge isn't that much of a basic quality of life though?

This wasn't serious ftr.

EDIT: Damn when rhetorics fail and sound the opposite of what I mean :/
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Post Post #21036  (isolation #213)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 9:22 pm

In post 21033, chennisden wrote:because you need to take formal MATH classes to know how to do stuff like that.

and for the record. i'm going to clear up my stance because i don't think my stance is clear in my last post.

i am a strong proponent for making math class optional.

there's no stringent application process. there's no "payment." it really should be the same as an elective.

Okay, already said I did a mistake when wording 21025
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Post Post #21049  (isolation #214)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 9:29 pm

In post 21043, OkaPoka wrote:what classes should be required for high school

I'd make:

First six grades: big emphasis on language and basic/medium math
Next four grades: big emphasis on natural science
Next two (or three if K-16) grades: big emphasis on human science
If K-16, next three grades: big emphasis on scientific research

Also at some point open the library for the student and feedback them books to read. From my experience, I've learned way more with history books (not one government textbook) than any history/geography class I ever had.
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Post Post #21058  (isolation #215)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 9:37 pm

In post 21051, chennisden wrote:(1) kids spend a LOT OF TIME learning about things completely boring/irrelevant to them. i don't actually care to write 5 paragraph essays on works of fiction, like, EVER in my life. the artist next door doesn't care to learn about a bunch of rocks.

Don't they read fables or other children literature classics though?

Or are good fables going extinct too?
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Post Post #21062  (isolation #216)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 9:40 pm

In post 21057, chennisden wrote:And I can think of a lot of jobs that don't require high level math

Any high wage one that actually contributes to community?
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Post Post #21065  (isolation #217)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 9:42 pm

In post 21063, Fluminator wrote:All you tryhards graduating high school.

Sometimes I wish I could just get a list of good books to read, take the exam and get my diploma.
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Post Post #21074  (isolation #218)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 9:52 pm

I think the basic + power, root, Bhaskara, etc. should be mandatory, but at some point it gotta be optional (like yeah, some stuff I learn only a few people have the cognitive abilities).
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Post Post #21077  (isolation #219)  » Fri Jul 19, 2019 10:00 pm

I don't think subjects should be tied with each other though. Like, I disagree that you should repeat say history class for failing math class.

Maybe be registered to different classes and use a different room for each of them? Like, someone could be 7th grade at history, 5th grade at math, 6th grade at science, etc.
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Post Post #21145  (isolation #220)  » Sat Jul 20, 2019 11:04 am

In post 21142, kuribo wrote:
In post 21141, chennisden wrote:5 paragraph on literature is incredibly arbitrary not basic

I dunno, if you let people write about stuff they want to write about (give them some choice) I think everyone'd be better off?


Because high school really needs more teachers being forced to read erotic Harry Potter fanfic

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Post Post #21146  (isolation #221)  » Sat Jul 20, 2019 11:05 am

Can't we like have high school students read something like Dostoievski and make a review about it?
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Post Post #21150  (isolation #222)  » Sat Jul 20, 2019 11:14 am

In post 21148, RadiantCowbells wrote:a good translation of crime and punishment is extremely gripping and readable.

Are you talking about a French translation or from the original?

rn the translation from the original looks pretty interesting.
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Post Post #21152  (isolation #223)  » Sat Jul 20, 2019 11:21 am

Do the teachers help students how to organize their ideas before writing the essay or they just say "do the essay"?

The number of students that can't build an introduction or a conclusion is worrying.
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Post Post #21154  (isolation #224)  » Sat Jul 20, 2019 11:24 am

In post 21153, kuribo wrote:
In post 21152, Creature wrote:The number of students that can't build an introduction or a conclusion is worrying.



And your solution is to take away the structure meant to teach that?

No?
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Post Post #21198  (isolation #225)  » Mon Jul 22, 2019 9:43 am

lol taking political statistics seriously
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Post Post #21209  (isolation #226)  » Mon Jul 22, 2019 11:15 am

In post 21208, Psyche wrote:
In post 21198, Creature wrote:lol taking political statistics seriously

you spout shit on far weaker evidence all the time though...

No, not all the time.

Plenty should have been common sense.
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Post Post #21798  (isolation #227)  » Tue Aug 20, 2019 6:33 pm

In post 21794, Ginngie wrote:why is a gun a right

It is a right but not everyone is allowed to simply go to a gun store and buy them.
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Post Post #21803  (isolation #228)  » Tue Aug 20, 2019 6:47 pm

In post 21801, Ginngie wrote:Who knew saving lives is a net loss for society

Would be cool if we could make all guns disappear simultaneously.
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Post Post #21833  (isolation #229)  » Tue Aug 20, 2019 9:41 pm

I hate that this garbage thread is on my egosearch
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Post Post #21846  (isolation #230)  » Wed Aug 21, 2019 5:45 am

In post 21834, kuribo wrote:
In post 21833, Creature wrote:I hate that this garbage thread is on my egosearch


you think that's bad, you should see your iso in it

Oh right, I called unborn babies parasites at some point.
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Post Post #21851  (isolation #231)  » Wed Aug 21, 2019 7:23 am

In post 21849, chamber wrote:My stance on gun control is forced training courses and limiting the types of guns available and the size of clips.

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Post Post #21972  (isolation #232)  » Sun Sep 08, 2019 7:43 pm

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Post Post #21974  (isolation #233)  » Sun Sep 08, 2019 8:29 pm

My opponent is palling around with fat cats, right-wing radio propagandists and Chinese factory workers.
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Post Post #22560  (isolation #234)  » Thu Sep 12, 2019 7:39 pm

Are we able to stop climate change? We can diminish it, but to what extent? Will we ever return to the pre-industrial levels or somewhat close?
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Post Post #22564  (isolation #235)  » Thu Sep 12, 2019 7:47 pm

In post 22562, kuribo wrote:
In post 22560, Creature wrote:Are we able to stop climate change? We can diminish it, but to what extent? Will we ever return to the pre-industrial levels or somewhat close?



"No need to stop smoking, I already have heart disease."


Even if you don't think you can reverse it, why wouldn't you at least stop accelerating it?

We should. Though, should we rely on the "we can save the planet" sensationalism? Shouldn't we also redirect efforts towards human adaptation?
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Post Post #22566  (isolation #236)  » Thu Sep 12, 2019 7:54 pm

In post 22556, Inferno390 wrote:
In post 22537, Persivul wrote:
In post 22531, James Brafin wrote:Fantastic, good to know.
Being a steward of the earth is being responsible for its welfare.
So if you are a Christian you have a moral obligation to care for the planet, which includes reducing global warming and minimizing your carbon footprint.
Have a nice day.

Except that I don't know that global warming is a threat to the planet. I like the milder winters personally.


Do you like hurricanes too?

Looks interesting.
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Post Post #22568  (isolation #237)  » Thu Sep 12, 2019 8:03 pm

In post 22567, kuribo wrote:such as adapting to causing less pollution?

Yes, though you'll have to take it to the fuel and energy industries, they need to gradually change to new viable sources of energy.

Or adapting to worse climate? One of those takes thousands of years via passing down genes.

Human technology takes a few years though.
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Post Post #22614  (isolation #238)  » Fri Sep 13, 2019 10:35 am

In post 22607, James Brafin wrote:No life should be destroyed without sufficient and valid reason

Well, but it happens anyway. We can only diminish.
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Post Post #22619  (isolation #239)  » Fri Sep 13, 2019 10:46 am

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Post Post #22624  (isolation #240)  » Fri Sep 13, 2019 11:28 am

In post 22620, Dongempire wrote:I dont agree with superficial, what do i do

You're free as a bird.
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Post Post #22694  (isolation #241)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 12:14 pm

In post 22684, James Brafin wrote:So if the PH of water were to suddenly increase to say, PH of 6.5 , it would become undrinkable and it would wipe out life as we know it.

RIP coke drinkers
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Post Post #22730  (isolation #242)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 2:41 pm

In post 22726, Fluminator wrote:I've definitely noticed a recurring trend where Mafiascum likes to demonize older generations though.

Just wait until our generations are demonized by our grandkids. :P

Welp, I'm Gen Z so prepare to be roasted.
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Post Post #22744  (isolation #243)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 3:07 pm

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Post Post #22746  (isolation #244)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 3:09 pm

I'm glad I'm not addicted to any of those games.
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Post Post #22755  (isolation #245)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 3:20 pm

In post 22749, Dongempire wrote:
In post 22746, Creature wrote:I'm glad I'm not addicted to any of those games.

Fun to play with friends, at least age of empires is
The other games multi sucks even though i tried it a lot, but age of is both tightly balanced and fun and i think you should give it a shot sometime

I join online forums for one reason.
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Post Post #22784  (isolation #246)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 3:53 pm

In post 22775, Dongempire wrote:And thats why you cant simply "educate" these old buffoons. They are deadset in their ways and they cant swallow their pride because thats all they have left in their shell of a body.

It isn't just the elder that have their pride.

If you want to educate someone, calling them "dumbfucks" definitely won't help.
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Post Post #22786  (isolation #247)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 3:54 pm

In post 22780, Persivul wrote:
In post 22762, James Brafin wrote:Dude, I’m about as middle as they come.
Believe me when I tell you you are EXTREMELY far right.

I just took the quiz again and I'm going soft as I age:
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Although I think my previous results were more accurate. I'm no fan of multinational corporations, and they put a lot of weight on that.

Where are you?

"If economic globalisation is inevitable, it should primarily serve humanity rather than the interests of trans-national corporations."

I can tell this test is extremely biased liberal left.
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Post Post #22793  (isolation #248)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 4:00 pm

In post 22788, Persivul wrote:
In post 22783, James Brafin wrote:It accounts for a majority of or all, depending on your computing power, relevant variables in the particular phenomenon you are studying.

A majority is 51%. I sure as hell wouldn't get on a plane, or purchase a computer, built using a model with that standard.

Many people don't know what dihydrogen monoxide means though :/
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Post Post #22803  (isolation #249)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 4:10 pm

In post 22801, James Brafin wrote:I live in Oklahoma City, heart of the Red States. I have never met anyone as Red as you. Ever.

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Post Post #22809  (isolation #250)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 4:17 pm

In post 22805, panthaleon wrote:Wow politicalcompass.org is one of the more heinous political alignment quizzes I've seen.

Are you more pro-eating or pro-food markets?
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Post Post #22826  (isolation #251)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 4:53 pm

In post 22816, panthaleon wrote:
In post 22813, Fluminator wrote:Is there agreement on which test is the best? I want to do one again because my political values have shifted a lot these last couple years lol.


I recommend politiscales, but 8values seems fine? It has me listed as a libertarian socialist which I guess is close.

Spoiler: Politiscales
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(huh? I'm not even missionary)

Spoiler: 8values
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Post Post #22828  (isolation #252)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 4:54 pm

In post 22817, shaft.ed wrote:
In post 22803, Creature wrote:
In post 22801, James Brafin wrote:I live in Oklahoma City, heart of the Red States. I have never met anyone as Red as you. Ever.

Hehe
I find that incredibly hard to believe

I know some people in my city way more reactionary than I am.

Though, reactionary seems to be pretty different from the US conservative.
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Post Post #22833  (isolation #253)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 4:59 pm

In post 22829, panthaleon wrote:Republicans in the states are pretty reactionary as a party.

Looks at sitting president

Your country's history seems to include a lot of racism.
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Post Post #22839  (isolation #254)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 5:09 pm

In post 22838, panthaleon wrote:Flum how did you get your results in a picture

Scroll to the bottom of the page -> copy image -> paste it on imgur -> copy imgur link
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Post Post #22865  (isolation #255)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 6:26 pm

In post 22855, GreyICE wrote:Based on tradition, since most of us don't like Percy, I believe the traditional method of dealing with that is to declare him a witch and stone him to death. Or maybe just tar and feather him and run him out of town.

Now personally, I don't hold with tradition, but he does advocate that we should all be a bit more traditional.

Tradition is pretty subjective. Most people who advocate for tradition means following their not-so-distant parents' footsteps (or whatever they consider their "golden age") rather than trying something completely new and unthought-of.
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Post Post #22870  (isolation #256)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 6:35 pm

In post 22868, GreyICE wrote:Maybe you could try not playing in to that by complaining more about "antifa" then about, y'know, the actual fascist terrorists who are murdering people as part of a right-wing movement that you are defending.

Should we complain about how criminals are way more violent rather than complain about police brutality?
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Post Post #22872  (isolation #257)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 6:51 pm

In post 22860, GreyICE wrote:my ideology of "Libertarian Socialist" doesn't line up with more heavily statist people on the Left in anyway (it could best be summarized as the highest degree of personal freedom)

Do I get to build and run an enterprise with my own product ideas?
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Post Post #22874  (isolation #258)  » Sat Sep 14, 2019 7:03 pm

In post 22873, GreyICE wrote:
In post 22872, Creature wrote:
In post 22860, GreyICE wrote:my ideology of "Libertarian Socialist" doesn't line up with more heavily statist people on the Left in anyway (it could best be summarized as the highest degree of personal freedom)

Do I get to build and run an enterprise with my own product ideas?

Yes?

Otto von Bismarck then?
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Post Post #22927  (isolation #259)  » Sun Sep 15, 2019 7:19 pm

In post 22926, Zulfy wrote:why would you learn about Christianity from some dude with an anime avatar.

I thought it was his religious figure.
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Post Post #23302  (isolation #260)  » Mon Oct 28, 2019 12:30 pm

Yay Pence
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Post Post #23597  (isolation #261)  » Fri Jan 10, 2020 9:59 am

Already saw this kind of embarrassment from like any political side
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