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Ausernamegoeshere 3 points ago +3 / -0

51% battery that has a gauge 80%+ full? "RESTRICTED" in crisp clear letters and only a bit of artifacting and bad fuzzing and artifacting on the link buttons to either side?

Sure. Not a photoshop.

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Ausernamegoeshere 1 point ago +1 / -0

There are many arguments against PV.

Cost. EROI. EOL cleanup. Subsidies. Parasitic lending. Government interference. Low voltage end point to high voltage carrier conversion. 40s to 90s home conversions to carry weight of roof panels.

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Ausernamegoeshere 1 point ago +1 / -0

Election "deniers" eh. They had such success labelling people holocaust deniers in the 70s and 80s, that they can't resist labelling anyone that threatens their plans as a denier, now.

They tried it with climate change denier, too.

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Ausernamegoeshere 4 points ago +4 / -0

No therapist diagnosed her with schizophrenia. She found a "counselor" that had a self-printed cert in some form of mental therapy (e.g. "talk therapy" that you need to work a suicide hotline) that told her she was. She then acted like she had no bounds to her actions because REASON.

I feel bad for people who actually suffer from all of these copted excuse diagnoses as they don't get the help they actually need because assholes like this steal it from them.

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Ausernamegoeshere 3 points ago +3 / -0

People who talk like that are either A ) blowhard try hards who don't actually know anything about guns but want the biggest to show off their perceived dick size or B ) trying to use a pistol for a ridiculous purpose, like deer hunting.

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Ausernamegoeshere 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's not nada. At $40,000 per dose, you can get the finest chemotherapy pill pharmaceutical companies offer.

That $40,000 is based, of course, on the total cost of research for the poor pharmaceutical companies......without taking into account that most of the research was done on tax payer dime at a state university.

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Ausernamegoeshere 1 point ago +1 / -0

Aircraft carrier hulls are made of steel, therefore steel floats and won't sink if unbolted from the ship, right?

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Ausernamegoeshere 3 points ago +4 / -1

Microwaves, x-rays, and gamma rays (aka part of "nuclear radiation") bathe you each time you stand in the sun light on a sunny day. UV, radio, infrared, too.

Also, "organic" farms are a lie. All farms in an area share everything. Almost everything that you tick for "organic" is negated by being near any normal farm or city.

This "human caused is therefore bad" nonsense needs to stop. I can give you a cookie made of all natural ingredients that kills you. I can give you a pill that's wholly synthetic that keeps you alive.

The problem is people hoarding knowledge about all things and spreading disinformation to their own benefit - some as population control, some as a means for money, some as a means for power.

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Ausernamegoeshere 3 points ago +3 / -0

So now Congress is trying to act, not in the last 50 years, oh no. Not the five+ times the democrats held a majority in both houses plus the presidency. Now, when there's no hope of passage.

Remember when the people called on Republicans to vote out obamacare after they had "bravely" done it like 15 times when they didn't have power? They tried precisely once, had a defector who was dying be the lone stick in the mud and then moved the fuck on and never tried again?

Seems like history keeps repeating itself with the single party we have in Congress.

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Ausernamegoeshere 3 points ago +3 / -0

And yet, you eat the taco you get at the drive through every time.

Pervert.

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Ausernamegoeshere 3 points ago +5 / -2

Be careful. AA groups are quick to turn on you if you back slide.

I had a rough go with them, especially their mantra of telling me that I have no power or control over my actions and ritualizing subservience.

After I failed with them, I found my own way. Looking back years later I discovered that their actual success rate is meh - around 1 in 5. But they portray the failures as completely the fault of those that failed -- despite being unable to control themselves as part of their official tautology, I might bitterly observe.

God will give you the tools to save yourself through Him, brother. He will demand you be honest with yourself to get there though.

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Ausernamegoeshere 1 point ago +1 / -0

It always is. And now news articles are saying people are "streaming from Ohio and Kentucky to Indiana".

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Ausernamegoeshere 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ohio is making news for ending anything after 6 weeks and with no exception for rape and incest.

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Ausernamegoeshere 1 point ago +1 / -0

Because they had no choice. It is the regulation from the SEC that you act in the shareholders interest. Unless you can prove that Musk never had the offer money, they had to deal make with him. The alternative was personal liability for any shareholder that sued the directors for not making the money the deal would have given the shareholders.

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Ausernamegoeshere 1 point ago +1 / -0

The magic wand is recovery. No one gives it 30 days, anymore.

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Ausernamegoeshere 8 points ago +8 / -0

If you've got the hot dog, they'll sell you the hallway?

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Ausernamegoeshere 5 points ago +5 / -0

Honestly, I support this because it's government overreach to follow you beyond a state border just because a cop/DA/nosy neighbor hates what you did.

It starts with things you dislike - all government intervention does - and then gets used for every stupid bullshit idea any politician has for the next 50 years.

Did you drive a gas powered car in another state when you live in NY? Better fire up that abortion monitoring network to charge you with your heinous crimes, you felon.

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Ausernamegoeshere 15 points ago +15 / -0

"You are worth a million dollars. You could pay TEN people's salary on that. Why do you need so much?"

"That is the sum total of my assets - house, cars, business. And I pay the salary of TWENTY people who will lose their job if I liquidate everything to give it to TEN."

A conversation between an entitled HR person and an old boss of mine. Entitled HR person didn't last, for some reason.

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Ausernamegoeshere 5 points ago +5 / -0

Don't forget the most recent example - South Africa.

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Ausernamegoeshere 6 points ago +6 / -0

How long until she realizes it's because they assume all women are like her and they don't want to chance being dragged into a home like she subjected them to after a drunken frat party lead to unprotected sex?

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Ausernamegoeshere 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've given my point several times over, but you prefer to defer instead of engage, and each time I confront your deference, you invent a new one to shield yourself. Now you demand proof?

I tell you to compare Paul's words to the Lords', as best we have, and the difference in character between the two, and you invent mythical differences between those dirty people of yesteryear and yourself.

And now you invent differences between what I've said and 'knowing better' - a place I'm sure is unattainable against the summation in yourself you believe as infallible.

Enjoy being done.

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Ausernamegoeshere 1 point ago +1 / -0

The term virtue signal is relatively new, yes, but to pretend that people didn't peacock to others for their own benefit in every way just because it was 2,000 years ago and 'that's just how people talked' is a ridiculous take.

People talk like that today. Remember AOC telling us about her harrowing ordeal on Jan 6th, only to actually be a mile away in her office? Either she's 2,000 years old or some things aren't as different about the past as the powers that be pretend.

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Ausernamegoeshere 1 point ago +1 / -0

I did not say there wasn't suffering. I said Paul made it into a virtue-signaling sport and excuse for all manner of things.

When we are supposed to love one another, dragging self righteousness, jealousy and shame screaming into the house is a poor idea. But it's what Christianity was built on - mainly because of that guy right there.

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