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OffGridGuy 3 points ago +3 / -0

Shhhh, you're ruining the surprise! But you're not exactly correct, the policy's aren't really Biden's. And they won't change just because someone else is on the ticket. We need to put the Democratic death cult down or it will destroy us.

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OffGridGuy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yup, which is why I'm sitting here waiting for something that will trigger them to action.

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OffGridGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, Biden will always be Uncle Sniffy to me. Uncle Sugar is my name for Uncle Sam, aka the Federal Government. Because even though the President changes, the thing that remains constant is that the Federal government wastes funds bribing the public with their own money, or worse, with somebody else's money.

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OffGridGuy 4 points ago +4 / -0

Part of this doesn't pass the critical thinking test at all. Who represents 90+% of AIDS deaths? GAY MEN. What kind of evil genius moron decides targeting the sexually active population LEAST LIKELY to reproduce makes sense as a population control strategy?

Plus most estimates for AIDS deaths around 40 million with a current World population that they say is over 4.9 billion, making AIDS a laughably ineffective method of population control given it killed less people than malaria over the last 40 years and most of the people it did kill weren't going to reproduce anyway.

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OffGridGuy 3 points ago +3 / -0

Vast swaths of Alaska are in the unincorporated Borough and there is no municipal government and thus no local tax authority, so there are no property tax.

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OffGridGuy 2 points ago +2 / -0

How do you figure? Lets pick an average State + Local sales tax of 7.5%

1/0.075 = 13.33

That means you'd have to sell the automobile 13.33 times WITH ZERO DEPRECIATION for the taxes to equal the original value of the vehicle. Nobody does this,

  • Buy a $30,000 CR-V. Pay $2500 in taxes.
  • Sell it in 5 years for $23,000. Pay $1725 in taxes.
  • They sell it in 5 years to someone else for $15,000. $1,250 in taxes.
  • They sell the now 15 year old vehicle for $10,000 and that's $750 in taxes,

We've had 4 sales in 15 years and generated $6,225 in taxes.

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OffGridGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

What a lot of people don't realize is that while you can't fight city hall, you can absolutely flatten it. Rest in peace Marvin.

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OffGridGuy 2 points ago +2 / -0

You missed the most question. How is this trackable and thus enforceable? And the answer is as long as the items remain physical and in cash without corresponding electronic transactions linked back to an address or person, that is isn't trackable beyond how you initially got the money (usually from work). Afterward, that $1000 that I took out at the Indian casino last week, who knows if I gambled it, drank it, ate it, or put it in the Church collection box? See I'm real forgetful, so I never have my casino loyalty card or my credit card with me so I have to pay for a lot of things in cash.

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OffGridGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

What $500? You didn't receive $500. And the item you bought with your own money because nobody gave you $500, you used it and threw it out when you were done, and certainly you never gave it to anyone else, right? Right? No? Why no? Oh, you didn't say no because you don't even remember buying an item at all? That's fair, who can remember all that anyway?

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OffGridGuy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Place your bets how long it will take Uncle Sugar to step in at the Federal level to make this go away.

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OffGridGuy 4 points ago +4 / -0

They predicted a red tsunami in the 2022 midterns too. I never saw it, did you? Republicans didn't retake the Senate. Never underestimate the power that comes with being able to count the votes and announce the results.

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OffGridGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

I suspect this is like the election results and you're not going to be able to examine the underlying data (ballots).

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OffGridGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think the collective we, on this board, can have a bit of a revisionist tendency to contort things to fit into the plan as we see it rather than how they actually are.

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OffGridGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Quite the contrary, I figured it would be a massive bloody revolution to retake it, because I don't believe such rot is easily removed.

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OffGridGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm under no illusions that being offgrid in the sense that I can supply my own power, water, and sanitary needs means I am 100% self-sufficient, because I don't grow my own food, I still use propane for cooking and hot water, and I use gas and diesel to power machinery that makes my life much easier and more fun. I COULD be self-sufficient if need be, at least until severe illness or injury, but I have little desire to subsistence farm by hand, especially since food is still relatively cheap (by that I mean look how much effort historically it takes subsistence farmers to feed themselves for a year versus the three weeks of wages it costs me to eat for the whole year.)

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OffGridGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

No, they weren't, but they also never pretended that the Japanese invaders were the legitimately elected government of the Philippines. @rayw_wwg1wga below has the right idea about my line of inquiry here.

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OffGridGuy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Something along those lines. Under the popular scenario that this is really devolution and Trump is allowing his opponents to implement their plans to awaken the masses to the true insanity of it all.

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OffGridGuy 3 points ago +3 / -0

They'll be forced to, how else can they spread their social contagion to try and turn your kids into troons and alienate them from their family, Church, and normal friends where they can be easily be manipulated and controlled and poisoned against God?

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OffGridGuy 2 points ago +2 / -0

The more completely I am able to surrender to Jesus the less anything like this impacts me. Death has been defeated, so these children are with God now (I don't know that for certain, but I'm assuming none of them have denied God or willing entered into deals with actual demons or anything that would interfere with salvation).

Or, if we go with a Warhammer quote

Fear denies faith.

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OffGridGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

I say they risk it, and if it looks like it going to go wrong they cut the power or cut the signal or go to commercial and cut back to the newsroom with some BS excuse for whatever difficulties prevent the debate from continuing.

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OffGridGuy 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think the silence button is actually for Biden in case he starts babbling incoherently they can quick cut to the moderator, mute him, the moderator thanks the President for his answer and then goes back to Trump.

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OffGridGuy 3 points ago +3 / -0

And the topics they chose to discuss and how they're framed will favor the Democrats.

Instead of getting 5 questions about the economy and 5 about illegal aliens like the polling suggests are the most important issues to people we're going to get a question about abortion, a question about climate change, a question about healthcare, a question about the queers, a January 6th question, a question about each person's respective legal troubles, two biased questions about the economy (one of which being some shit phrasing to make it about about income inequality or some other irrelevant twist to avoid discussing the real issue), and a slanted question about inflation.

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