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SpaceManBob 4 points ago +4 / -0

Same, I had people following me before I even posted once. In fact, I may have had 1 or 2 before I even got past the queue.

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SpaceManBob 2 points ago +2 / -0

Probably better than riding a bike too. Look forward and pedal. Real exciting.

Horse on the other hand? Fun to learn something new and bond with an actual living creature, the horse is likely faster than biking and is faster than walking, plus you get a horse so it comes with companionship to boot!

Shit, I kind of want a horse now.

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SpaceManBob 3 points ago +3 / -0

In that sense, I suppose you're right. As Q says "these people are stupid". But they are also evil, very evil. So a little bit of both I guess.

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SpaceManBob 4 points ago +4 / -0

Fair enough. And yea there's definitely a yearning for freedom and a lack of ties or "chains" I guess you could say that comes with being Human but I'd also say there's a desire for something to call ours. Buying an expensive house and paying people to make it look good is one thing, but creating something yourself that's truly yours definitely has value I'd say. It doesn't need to be fancy or a lot, just something nice. Something that you made nice yourself and didn't just buy with money, most importantly.

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SpaceManBob 0 points ago +1 / -1

Sure, "just insults". Only if ignore the majority of my post and the points I made. My comments are certainly peppered with insults but they exist in the tiny spaces between the large spaces which are occupied with my actual arguments.

"Dragged out of him". So is he a groveling politician who bends to the fee-fees of the media or is he some big ego who never apologizes? You couldn't make a coherent, consistent argument if it crawled up your ass and died. You also have offered no alternate ideas on any of my points in my analysts surrounding his entire apology video other than repeatedly claiming he was insincere with no further explanation.

"instead of offering ideas". Ironic. I asked you to offer ideas on how Trump could have made a sincere apology and what he should have done differently and you replied by accusing me of offering no ideas. Hmmm.....

"messed with Stormy". Don't see what you're trying to say here, unless you're a bigger shill than I thought. Your comment seemed to indicate that he was cheating due to his "grab em" comment which you had just claimed "was that bad". Maybe I was wrong and if so my bad. Regardless, all I do see is that Stormy had to pay 300k to Trump and that it was a bunch of fake bullshit pushed by a corrupt, convicted lawyer and the rest of the Trump-hating machine, including the anti-Trump Cohen who went on to bashing Trump with the rest of the swamp after the whole ordeal as well as aiding in the leaking of the secretly recorded Melania tapes that they tried to use as further propaganda for narrative painting, despite the tapes being perfectly fine to anyone who had a brain and wasn't biased.

At this point, your anti-Trump bias is becoming extremely apparent.

You also haven't denied my claim that if he publicly apologized to Melania that you would just call that insincere too as a result of it being made publicly. And clearly she's over it, he learned his lesson and didn't give her any other reasons to leave, or both as she hasn't left him and they seem as strong as ever, at least on the outside in public, which, I'll add, is the only aspect of the relationship you'll acknowledge as you refuse to accept the possibility that if Trump did cheat, which he didn't, he could have simply apologized in private when she found out, if not told Melania shortly after it supposedly happened before the whole bullshit circus show started and the claims became public to begin with.

Trump being "wrong about Oz" is dependent on why he endorsed him. If he did it to expose him as many believe he's exactly correct on Oz. If he did it because he trusts him, then he would currently appear to be wrong on Oz unless Oz makes a very quick turnaround in beliefs and actions going forward.

"Baselessly contentious"? I don't think I need to say anything about that one other than point out the pure, concentrated irony in that statement.

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SpaceManBob 1 point ago +1 / -0

Enjoying the simple things in life is important, as is finding stuff meaningful to you to do during downtime or just in general during your day, but these things shouldn't be the highlight of your day and calling them "exciting" is a bit of a stretch. If these things are the upper limit of what you get up to day-to-day due to everything else being banned by the all-loving government then there's a problem.

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SpaceManBob 6 points ago +6 / -0

My biggest concern is all the people who do not live in our city. Those we lost on the way. Those who decided that it became too much, all this technology. Those who felt obsolete and useless when robots and AI took over big parts of our jobs. Those who got upset with the political system and turned against it. They live different kind of lives outside of the city. Some have formed little self-supplying communities. Others just stayed in the empty and abandoned houses in small 19th century villages.

Based on everything else described of how this society would work 19th century here I fucking come.

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SpaceManBob 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm genuinely surprised they didn't explain how it was actually all worth it to "keep us safe" or some nonsense. Maybe that's just a given for anyone dumb enough to get that far and still think they're describing a good society to live in.

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SpaceManBob 4 points ago +4 / -0

Writer assumes you are all tards who are easily amused and wonderous at mundane shit.

Seriously, and they have the gall to say "It makes perfect sense and reminds us of how our culture emerged out of a close relationship with nature".

When I read that I was simply thinking "ah yes, the cornerstones of western culture: riding my bike, drawing, and watering my plant. A truly magnificent representation of our culture".

Then they keep saying shit like "it makes perfect sense". Not telling you what you would think if this was your life but telling you what to think when they make it your life.

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SpaceManBob 7 points ago +7 / -0

No. Pure evil, hidden behind the facade of naiveté. They know exactly what they're doing, what they're writing, and why they're writing it.

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SpaceManBob 19 points ago +19 / -0

Even if all the shit worked exactly as described and the government were perfect little angels that always put the people first the society being described is fucking terrible. People using my living room for business meetings when I'm not there? How about no and fuck off. Rent my kitchen equipment and send it back when I'm done with it? What the fuck is this? I won't own a car because instead I can get some piss-filled piece of shit to pull up on command any time I want? Hmm, my own car that I can keep how I want in the condition I want it in or some lottery where I get a car with a literal dead guy in it because he fucking shot himself due to the shithole of a society he was living in. Real hard choice, that one is...

You don't even need an outside source to tell you why this shit is antithetical to what it is to be a Human. Anybody with a brain can tell this would be an absolute atrocity just by reading it. It just feels wrong reading the words.

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SpaceManBob 30 points ago +30 / -0

This is the thing. He's not out doing media rounds all the time pushing hype or spending time posting about 'big habbenings next week' or doing things that are at best self-serving to push his own "stardom", he's got his head down doing the work that needs to be done, and when you see him there's likely a very good reason. That's the real hopium right there.

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SpaceManBob 3 points ago +3 / -0

Not even a little off-angle one that doesn't complete. Full package end to end, nice and crisp.

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SpaceManBob 7 points ago +7 / -0

Never thought of this but it's true. See it on a shirt or something and I think the shirt is trying to push some lefty narrative (particularly when Disney labels "their" "child stars" with it, obvious groomers are obvious), but see it up in the sky and that's the last thing on my mind. Just pure awe at the majesty of it.

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SpaceManBob 1 point ago +1 / -0

What does that have to do with the other poster? Oh right, absolutely nothing. It's quite pathetic you use this evil group's existence and these demographical facts as an excuse to label and attack anyone with an opinion you dislike/fact you find inconvenient. These people are vile and evil and some of the worst scum of the Earth (all of them, to be clear. Jews, Christians, Satanists, Atheists, and any others), and you just throw people in willy-nilly because of any old small disagreement online. Particularly someone who comes openly into the forum and says "I'm a french jew, here's my opinion on this matter that's interconnected and tied-in to my roots". So devious... so malicious... How dare he talk openly about his view on the topic as well as disclose his personal ties (of which clearly would make some biased people disregard him unfairly) of his own volition...

You have no basis to paint this user as a fed shill other than your apparent inability to argue against his claims, which someone with truth on their side would be able to do quite easily. Further, your claim is asinine and hollow. Dude is running cover ops for Israeli intelligence and you've decided this solely off the fact that he made a single, benign claim based on knowledge from his own heritage that you refuse to directly dispute and present even a cursory argument against.

Further, it hardly matters if the shooter is a Jew or not. One more or less Jew doing bad shit isn't going to change all the other realities you point out about the gov, Hollywood, finance, etc. Not something that sounds worth covering up outside of standard MSM coverage not talking about it or "debooking" it. They've got bigger cover ops to run like continuing to keep the vast majority of the population in the dark regarding all the other groups you mentioned, rather than just one guy being a Jew that wouldn't convince a normie of anything with them simply saying "its just one guy, not representative" (which isn't wrong, there's hardly tons of Jews running around shooting up grocery stores. Too busy controlling the banks and governments of the world).

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SpaceManBob 1 point ago +1 / -0

lol nice one,

"Trump has never apologized!"

Shows Trump apologizing

"No, not like that!"

You're like every leftist ever. Prove them wrong and they move the goalposts. First it's "he's never said such things" then it's "well he didn't mean it so it doesn't count" and if I could prove he did mean it you'd find yet another complaint to jump to and place to move the goalpost to. Just like a lefty.

Further, words aren't cheating. Making a poorly received (by people 10 years later) joke/comment is not cheating. Lockerroom talk is not cheating. Your faux-outrage also continues to make you sound exactly like a leftist. Everybody in the original video seemed to be laughing along. Yet here you are nearly 2 decades later bitching about it still.

If he did apologize to Melania we wouldn't have seen it, if we did see it you'd call it fake because it wasn't in private. You see how unreasonable this is, yes? He likely didn't even apologize to Melania to begin with because she isn't a massive pussy like you seem to be who gets triggered over nothing. Or maybe he did, YOU don't know and neither do I.

But how about this, if the apology was intended to be to we the people what should he have done differently? You probably don't know because you appear to be full of shit.

Went on national television so all the people could hear his words? Check. Apologized and talked about how he was wrong to say it and messed up, isn't perfect, and regrets saying it? Check. Was concise and to the point? Check. Moved on to talk about other things his supporters were interested in? Check. Talked about all the PEOPLE he met around the country in his travels? Check. (Bonus: actually met those people and engaged with the communities he visited? Check)

Everything he said in that video outside the apology was spot on as well and even after the main apology throughout the video he reiterated how he was sorry and made a mistake and pledged to always try and do better.

But back to your words. You, in fact, said and I quote:

"Trump has never said 'I am/was wrong', has he."

Trump's own words were:

"I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize."

You were unequivocally, undoubtedly, objectively, and wholly and completely wrong. This is an undeniable fact. You were about as wrong as you could have been considering he said the same EXACT words you claimed he didn't, rather than just a variation of the words that carry the same meaning. So basically you're verifiably full of shit and actually now the only person here who hasn't owned up to being wrong and said the words "I was wrong".

Frankly, at this point, you've gone from "regular user sharing their take" to "starting to glow/concern troll". If it walks like a leftist, talks like a leftist, and behaves like a leftist... it's probably a leftist. Even short of that you are simply being a concern troll at this point and glow to high heaven regardless of whether or not you're actually a leftist poser.

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SpaceManBob 1 point ago +1 / -0

You're not speaking the truth, you're just accusing people you disagree with of shit with absolutely zero evidence. Meanwhile, the person you're accusing seemingly IS speaking truth, just truth that you find inconvenient to your preconceived notions. Hence instead of refuting their point you get mad and start slinging accusations. All that from a handshake as well.

I particularly love when handshakes talk about how a completely normal user "looks" or "comes off" meanwhile said handshake is lighting up half the continent with their glow. Like, get even a modicum of self-awareness and you'd be much better off lol.

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SpaceManBob 2 points ago +2 / -0

That's an unsourced quote, doesn't appear to be from Q. Don't know what you're trying to prove with it.

You've currently backed up nothing you've said, only made claims about the plan that you're almost undoubtedly no more privy to than anyone else here.

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SpaceManBob 1 point ago +1 / -0

https://www.bbc.com/news/election-us-2016-37594918

Second video. Comical that you mention the "grab em" comment but don't even know the full story. Not that the comment was even that bad. Lockerroom talk is hardly a crime or a "mistake". But even still, he decided to apologize.

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SpaceManBob 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also, the idea that Trump is just some bozo they picked up off the street is laughable (not quite a 100% accurate description of what you said but is pretty much how you ultimately make him sound ).

Trump is so deeply intertwined with Q that he's a key, central figure in the whole thing. Just because he didn't say "hey everyone I'm currently working in secret with military intelligence as part of a decades-old plan to destroy an evil, centuries-old cabal that holds all the reigns of power worldwide" before he announced his run for president doesn't mean he had no part before he became a candidate.

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SpaceManBob 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think his point is to recognize that it's misdirection and move forward, rather than conclude Trump is bad, doesn't know what he's doing, or whatever else as a result of him doing something we don't yet understand. We shouldn't do the thing, but we also shouldn't conclude Trump is a bad guy not worth our trust or not worth as much trust as before because of these misdirections.

Trusting Q, Trump, and the plan doesn't mean doing everything they say, it means quite the opposite. Realize that what may seem odd at the time likely has a good reason behind it and that we should either trust that it does, or stop trusting them entirely if that's personally where we're at with what they're doing.

The "wrong or right on everything" seems a bit extreme but one could argue that if the plan is real that Trump making such supposedly glaring mistakes as some people claim would ensure that any highly complex plan would fail miserably and be completely unworkable. How could such a complex, highly-secretive, multi-year plan be pulled off if one of the figureheads makes constant mistakes to the magnitude of putting enemies in power or advocating for a deadly vax. Unless these aren't mistakes and are strategic decisions being made for good reasons that we just don't understand yet.

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SpaceManBob 1 point ago +1 / -0

Kind of weird you keep responding to people mentioning your polls comment by talking about Dr. Oz winning or losing (sounds like you're too busy playing politics to realize people are simply pointing out the truth about polls, rather than making comments about Oz). As if when he (hopefully) loses that'll prove your point about polls right. It won't. Polls exist to shape opinion, not represent it. That is nothing similar to bellwether counties that have a proven track record and always or almost always line up with the outcome of an election.

What were those old 2016 polls? 1% chance Trump wins the presidency? Or was it 2%?

The polls don't lie... oops wait, yes they do.

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