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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Agreed. For this to not be the case, you have to believe that white hats control the changing of codes. That seems possible but there's no evidence to make me believe that is currently the case.

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QuantumRemedy 4 points ago +4 / -0

It would have been when they covered it up, back when Barack publicly opposed gay marriage even. It wouldn't ve a bombshell now except it would show that they covered it up and lead to other lies in their life.

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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know about Somalis, but I was just in Lebanon and even Muslims are getting tired of all the bullshit. A lot of these people were radicalized as a result of US intervention, corrupt puppet politics and class warfare. The average Muslim is getting exhausted.

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QuantumRemedy 11 points ago +11 / -0

Also, the OKC Murrah building bombing was carried out by the feds to halt a Clinton investigation.

Change my mind.

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QuantumRemedy 2 points ago +2 / -0

I was just in Lebanon and talking politics with an Iranian sympathizer. Good convo that turned into the topic of many in Lebanon, not most, supporting the "de-dollarization" of their economy (US dollars).

He was surprised when I said that was a good idea. I told him I want a functioning economy where we have freedom and power to innovate and make things great again, not rely on being the new world empire. America is great because it recognizes, at least constitutionally and via the statements in the pre-amble, that we have inalienable rights. I'll take that and a functioning economy over being #1 economy and world superpower any day.

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QuantumRemedy 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm from OK originally (visiting now) and OK people are great, but many are like Hobbits while those of us in battleground states are like Gondorians fighting on the front lines...

He will retain his seat.

He helped contact the embassy abroad to get my wife here faster on her marriage visa, so he does help constituents but he thinks he's a geopolitical genius when in reality he needs to have a few drinks with Rand Paul and get set straight. Idk if he's deep state or deep state funded, but he is at minimum a useful idiot.

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QuantumRemedy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Faith, the complex, hard to understand meaning of that word.

I just came back from a trip to Lebanon and there I met a pastor who had the jab, regrettably, and he asked if I jabbed my children and I said no, I refused to. He then prayed on me and thanked God for my faith, which he said was stronger than his, to resist the coercion to vaccinate ourselves and our children. It was humbling for me...

God bless all you dads out there with faith to stand against the current and do what's right, even if your spouse or family or society presses down on you and crushes you.

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QuantumRemedy 3 points ago +3 / -0

In all fairness, I don't think you will find a NY Times article laying this out. Still, I think these kind of things should have better circumstantial evidence or you can't tell people they must believe it or they're asleep

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QuantumRemedy 2 points ago +2 / -0

Okay, I'm looking for help, not calls for Holy War here... my wife is hesitant about vaccines for our children but is concerned about being a bad parent and the kids getting something the vaccines would have prevented. That's how you get a vaxxed population... what should I know about the actual risks of the diseases these vaccines protect against so I can build a risk/reward argument against vaccines?

To be clear, I've seen lots of reasons vaccines are bad for children, and it's penetrated the membrane a little, but that won't win any reasonable argument here; it's too easy to come back with "yeah, but that's rare. Everyone we know is vaccinated, including us, and I can't put our children at risk of getting these diseases by not being vaxxed". In all honesty, even if you are 200% against vaccines for children (not COVID vax, that argument never occured), what are the real risk/rewards given the potential dangers of not being vaccinated?

Also, is there a middle ground where some vaccines really are worth the risk but some are complete BS?

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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago +1 / -0

Oh shit!!!

"Cameron Diaz new mom at 49" 😱

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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago +1 / -0

(sighs) there's a lot to unpack here...

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QuantumRemedy 3 points ago +3 / -0

Trump had to be a martyr mire than a savior. He had to show us what we could have, just a taste, and have it taken away from us and he himself be personally martyred to awaken us. If the president can be banned, we're fucked. We needed that lesson, all of us.

Like JFK was martyred, but we as a nation didn't learn anything then and we believed it was a senseless murder and not a deep state assassination.

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QuantumRemedy 3 points ago +3 / -0

I had the exact same experience with the show. And something about the Satanist who turned to Jesus and gets treated like dirt at the church, his character rings really true in an unsettling, though hilarious, way

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QuantumRemedy 3 points ago +3 / -0

It asks for username, password, and optional email.

Don't fill out your email and it's as anonymous as the info you divulge in discussion. Especially if you use a different username than other places.

It's more like discord than something like Twitter anyways, so you don't really need to fill out a bio and share pics of your life to dox yourself.

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QuantumRemedy 4 points ago +4 / -0

I really like this! This isn't typically my sort of thing but with GAW, I see lots of discussions that I wish could more easily continue rather than be blasted out the airlock when the post containing the discussion goes cold.

Definitely a great solution to building this community more and not a replacement for GAW win. Maybe a GAW highlight room would be useful? Post links to great posts on here so they have even more exposure when not/no longer pinned.

I would recommend to anyone, dont add your email, just pick a passwkrd you can remember or write it down somewhere. Not saying this isn't trustworthy, but down the road, anything cam happen and the anonymous nature of an optional email is a huge benefit here.

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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago +1 / -0

I think it means that the truth be known, COVID was supposed to hospitalize/kill 99% of the population.

Maybe that means the figurative "1%" (elites) planned to kill everyone else and use hidden tech to live without us. Or maybe its not that complicated and 1% of the population matches with the Georgia guidestones and that's why 99% hospitalized/dead was the plan?

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QuantumRemedy 4 points ago +4 / -0

In US version of The Office, when Steve Carrell left the show, they had guest actors interviewing for his position, like Ray Romano and Ricky Gervais. Jim Carrey was one of them and he basically just kept asking if he would be able to go on vacation because his family is still at the Finger Lakes camping and he needs to get back to the Finger Lakes and he says the Finger Lakes so many times... That show is hilarious but this scene was so weird and I just chocked it up to Carrey being a crazy person but now it seems super creepy...

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QuantumRemedy 1 point ago +1 / -0

The only time I was actually kicked out of a place for refusing a mask during the pandemic, was some restaurant in Wilmington last Winter. And my wife was refused counter service at a McDonalds and told she had to order at the kiosk if she didn't have a mask.

I love Wilmington, we were looking at houses (got outbid every time) but damn...

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QuantumRemedy 3 points ago +3 / -0

I have similar family dynamics and not the same situation, but times I have snapped iver very similar things. You feel like a piece of shot because you're a good person. You're right to say what you said but with some people, they can talk shit all day and you stay in a relationship with them, but you speal up once and they act like you destroyed the family. If this was the outcome, dont be too prideful to cool your jets and even make peace, just dont give in and say you were wrong or anything like that. Being right and making a statement is important in life, but it is messier with family involved and sometimes it is more practical or even necessary to seek peace even when you are wronged.

Sometimes, if you are not planning to cut familial ties, you have to put up with shit and even constant insults. Family is generally worth it but there are lines that can't be crossed and even family can cross lines that cut those ties justifiably.

Don't think you are wrong, just know that you feel like shit because you are the better person and did not prefer it to come to this.

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QuantumRemedy 2 points ago +2 / -0

I took it a couple months ago and the first night, my whole body itched but it was the weirdest itch ever... As soon as I scratched a spot, it never itched again, but literally every part of my body itched so I had to scratch every inch of my body

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