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CanDrWatson 1 point ago +1 / -0

Or an older one because they all ran on ethanol before Rockerfeller backed Prohibition.

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CanDrWatson 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lol the people reeeing over statistics. "100 people isn't representative of 260 million users" to validate their existence meanwhile "100 people is representative of 260 million voters political beliefs, leanings, opinions, etc."

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CanDrWatson 5 points ago +5 / -0

And the bank can never run out of money, it just creates more.

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CanDrWatson 3 points ago +3 / -0

If you find a place that needs some elbow grease but nothing major in a rural area you'll likely still be ahead if you have to sell after a crash. Not nearly as possible in a big city.

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CanDrWatson 9 points ago +9 / -0

I bought in 2012 in my early 20s. This was the line I'd been hearing out of the older people I knew leading into 2008 to justify not saving. I'd worked renovating houses with my dad, so knew enough about market cycle that these people sounded dumb. Most are complaining about the price of their rent, or bought at stupid prices and will be crying soon and unable to get out of the mess they got themselves into by panic buying if they don't get foreclosed on by thinking variable rate was great savings at the lowest interest rates in decades.

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CanDrWatson 3 points ago +3 / -0

His settlement with a minor says it's likely not gay porn.

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CanDrWatson 2 points ago +2 / -0

Synchronicity is not a coincidence ;)

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CanDrWatson 10 points ago +10 / -0

They've infiltrated and controlled our institutions, they've written our laws, they've set our legal precedents... and they still don't want to be measured by their own yard stick.

These fools are going to be hung from the nooses they tied for us.

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CanDrWatson 5 points ago +5 / -0

Lol maybe he should look up Starlink which Musk is looking to compete with cellular companies and beat them with economies of scale.

Twitter sold because of their fiduciary duty... y'know like how Google and Apple have a fiduciary duty to not annihilate themselves as new carrier tech comes out.

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CanDrWatson 3 points ago +3 / -0

Trump consistently let the Demonrats set precedence, and then let it boomerang back at them. This is the simple explanation of why they wont do anything about it.

Barry, Kerry, etc. running around during the Trump admin. Now if the Demonrats use it they're proving what they did was illegal.

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CanDrWatson 12 points ago +12 / -0

Wait, Black Face is racist again? I thought it was okay cause everyone seemed fine with Trudeau doing it.

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CanDrWatson 6 points ago +6 / -0

I fear this mans pinch of salt, and I can eat straight salt.

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CanDrWatson 5 points ago +5 / -0

It might take longer than you think to collapse because if it was US only people would start importing everything even bread, but same shit the entire country would collapse as all industry dies. The few who keep working and running businesses will be able to price gouge their way to becoming the 0.1% again and the outcome will be the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer because in the meantime the dollar will have been decimated by inflation and a massive trade deficit boosting every other major economy that rushed to fill the vacuum.

Is there a problem with the system? Absolutely. Can a bunch of idiots coming up with elementary grade solutions fix it? Absolutely not.

Elon Musk putting $1 billion toward anti-corruption would be more beneficial to everyone than giving everyone in the US a fortune (if he could). Just look at the fate of lottery winners. Most people are so indoctrinated into being employees and hoping for a better future, that if they actually got a better future they'd annihilate it to go back to being an employee where they felt safe being paid a pittance every week.

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CanDrWatson 1 point ago +1 / -0

The mission of the Space Force is obvious, it will be the space navy. The main missions of the navy outside of war are: regional security, at-sea rescue, and assisting marine clean-up (oil spills, capsizes, etc).

The main mission of the Space Force will be: regional security, at-space rescue, and assisting space clean-up.

NASA made a public patent for a polymer strong enough to build a space elevator - estimated cost is about what it cost to build the wall. It's a plastic that can be made as a foam for hulls, 4x stronger than aluminum, and would eliminate the alpha/beta radiation risk of space travel and would be easily repairable and harder to breach.

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CanDrWatson 2 points ago +2 / -0

God Bless them, they keep me working ๐Ÿคฃ

"Ma'am if you bend down and empty the deck scupper once a year, you won't have this problem again." Nope, we went back and replaced all the gutter pipes again, probably be back there in the next couple years. She looked at me like an alien when I said it, the house keeper had just arrived and was dying laughing I had to keep talking so the woman didn't look before she got in.

My favorites have been from friends. "I'm probably going to have to get a new one, but as you're here could you take a look." Literally going to spend $800 to replace something, but you won't pick up a wrench to investigate what's wrong in something you consider garbage. I've done this for a blown gasket on a snow blower, slipped belt on a dryer, and a clogged frost drain in a fridge freezer - I poured a few drops of hot water in the tube, and a lot more. A couple of the older guys actually took that lesson and now try and fix shit they consider written off.

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CanDrWatson 4 points ago +4 / -0

50% of college graduates never read another book after graduating. 30% of highschool graduates never read another book after graduating. Consider which population makes up more of the top 1% of readers who read multiple books a week, because it's almost exclusively not college grads.

This is why we have an "educated elite" who are morons, and have a large population of "uneducated" who blow them out of the water.

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CanDrWatson 2 points ago +2 / -0

Trump trusted him with his kids, that's all I needed to hear to finally make up my mind.

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CanDrWatson 6 points ago +7 / -1

I'm a little bit your senior and yes, I would agree. I meet some 30 year olds with awareness, but 20 year olds might as well be zombies.

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CanDrWatson 3 points ago +3 / -0

I'll not say they're good guys, but self-interested rich people should be smart enough to be going against globalists.

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CanDrWatson 10 points ago +10 / -0

Musk alone might not be able to do much, but he's got a legion of retail investors behind him. So I'm hoping he's based, the PayPal Mafia all seem to have an axe to grind against the existing financial infrastructure. I'd count ARK with Musk, considering it's heavily invested in former PayPal execs businesses.

Look at what happened at the last Gamestop shareholder vote. Doesn't matter how much BlackRock and Vanguard own they loan out their shares to make money and place OBO votes knowing that only about 10% of investors vote so they still control the company without controlling the shares. Once activist retail investors arrive they're casting NOBO votes which every single one has to be counted and then OBO votes get pruned in the case of an over vote.

.>70% of GME investors voted. The "smart money" at BlackRock and Vanguard who loaned their shares out to SHFs that sold them to retail got ratioed with their own shares.

I see the GME saga as the birth of the activist retail investor. If MOASS happens, BlackRock and Vanguard are doomed. The apes aren't going to suddenly start giving up their voting rights when this is all over, they're going to be exercising them in every investment they make.

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CanDrWatson 2 points ago +2 / -0

What isn't a hoax is that they're trying to kill off humans and our animals, by limiting the CO2 we can produce.

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CanDrWatson 2 points ago +2 / -0

The "I think I have a drinking problem" because they had less beers in a week than there are days, double foam soy latte generation are dying because of poor lifestyle choices? Ok cool story.

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CanDrWatson 2 points ago +2 / -0

From a tee off the flag should still be in the hole, without the flag from a tee off getting the trajectory right to keep it in the hole would be way more impressive than hitting the target.

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