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Woodinleg 4 points ago +4 / -0

A line from Starship Troopers comes to mind, You disapprove? Well, too bad! We're in this war for the species, boys and girls. . ." We either win this war or we are all lost. They have stated the goal is population reduction to the tune of billions. We have to put emotion aside and be pragmatic. In the transition from dark to light there are often shades of gray.

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Woodinleg 2 points ago +2 / -0

The question is, "what happens when the data captured in real time is coroborated with what information can be gleaned from the subpoenaed logs and the actors are pressed with this evidence during criminal investigation?" My guess is the IT guys are going to testify rather than put their pastey soft asses on the line when they are confronted with possible federal conspiracy charges.

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Woodinleg 10 points ago +10 / -0

We got a real Nimrod here.

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Woodinleg 2 points ago +2 / -0

It's funny that the overflow for an audit hearing has a larger number of people than a Joe Buden Presidential rally.

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Woodinleg 3 points ago +3 / -0

Even a dull rock orbiting a bright star will shine. Without the sun the moon would be just a dark and dusty satellite.

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Woodinleg 6 points ago +6 / -0

https://youtu.be/v4gv7isyXMI look at around 6:08 at the lyrics of the ANC. "We have pledged to kill the whites." Doesn't Sound like the good ole peaceful tunes grandpa used to sing and by all accounts, he was none too fond of other races.

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Woodinleg 1 point ago +1 / -0

And a mighty angel took up a stone like a great millstone, and cast it into the sea, saying, Thus with violence shall that great city Babylon be thrown down, and shall be found no more at all. Mill stones are saucer shaped. Just a thought.

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Woodinleg 3 points ago +3 / -0

I started, I mean heard a rumor that criminals are dressing up like vax checkers in order to commit home invasion robberies.

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Woodinleg 1 point ago +1 / -0

If you must answer the door, pretend to speak a different language. Place spent shotgun hulls in the driveway. Get a recording of very large dogs growling and barking and tell them you can't find the leashes through the closed door. Best option is don't answer the door. I hope it's just a matter of time before some criminals use the opportunity as a ruse to gain entry for home invasion robberies. That would definitely put a hamper on things. In fact, I heard that there are groups already doing this. Wink wink.

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Woodinleg 3 points ago +3 / -0

IQ bell curves getting flattened.

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Woodinleg 4 points ago +4 / -0

It's government's job to "flatten those curves." I am of above average intelligence, have a strong work ethic, not ugly, am a genuinely nice person, have decent sense of humor, am more humble than anyone I know, and I have had a hell of a hard life up to this point. I can't blame all my problems on the government, but I have definitely been encumbered by intrusive regulations and punitive bureaucracy.

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Woodinleg 1 point ago +1 / -0

If the French stormed tbe Bastille, what will the Aussies do. I can imagine an army of Mick Dundee and Steve Irwin types toting funnel webs and browns; the sound of digeridoos droning from the bush. Everyone dressed like Mad Max gleaming with metal boomerangs as the eerie din of "Who can it be Now," grows from a caravan of up armored utes. Yahoo Serious leaps out of a derigible with a bandoleer of Fosters going on about his eviction from that bloody fake virus.

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Woodinleg 1 point ago +1 / -0

No Trespassing sign ✔. How about answering the door with a bath robe. Glycerin streaming from your nose to give that juicy sick look, continually sneezing every time they start to speak. Then ask to see their ID and remove any face covering for identification purposes. "It's just allergies," as you take a bite from what is apparently food that has been off for a week and claim you can't taste a thing because of allergies. Overtly friendly, offering a handshake while transferring a hanky laden with ky from right hand to left in one smooth motion.

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Woodinleg 18 points ago +19 / -1

That is assuming time is linear. By our perception time is divided into 3 states (past, present, and future). The reality may be that time is merely a construct of our existence as ephemeral beings. This is far outside of my expertise, as I am heavily relying on quantum physics dissertation derived from Star Trek.

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Woodinleg 21 points ago +21 / -0

And if there's a settlement from the vax (unlikely), you get less than $500.

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Woodinleg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hopefully the contractors building these facilities are using the same "tofu-crete" they have been using to build evetything else. Either way, to ensure a good outcome we would have to put enough of these facilities into the atmosphere that the end result would be bad for everyone not currently supplied with a deep ground bunker and a 200 year supply of necessities. We're back to MAD strategy with a regime that cares even less for it's people than Soviet Russia. The best strategy is to make everyone in China fat and happy by helping to eliminate the CCP. I don't want war with China, their people don't desrve it.

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Woodinleg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Check out Steve Cioccolanti's "Trump Prophecy" https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FsQG6WzmuE8 . He also has a piece on prophetic slips that is very interesting. Eg. "I am the only thing between you and the apocalypse, - HRC. Apocalypse means great unveiling of truth or great awakening, Armageddon would be the biblical war. She inadvertently said she was the only thing preventing the truth coming out and what have we learned since DJT won? Just food for thought.

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Woodinleg 6 points ago +6 / -0

Capital carrying costs for tax purposes maybe. Another theory: the illusion of scarcity may impact buying habits and cause unnecessary buying of higher cost goods for fear of future scarcity. Who knows their motives? Walmart has never been the benchmark of sound business practices. They only function due to the subsidies in the form of EBT and medicaid and the cut throat practices of middling out competing business and strong arming vendors.

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Woodinleg 1 point ago +1 / -0

Silver is highly useful. It is used in industry, film, medicine, electronics and more: it has powerful antibiotic properties. I dealt in PMs for a few years and at the time it was estimated that a third of all silver ever mined is used and can not be effectively recovered. It also kills werewolves. Gold has many special properties. It has a durability which makes it almost indestructible, only aqua regia disolves it. It is very maleable; an ounce can be hammered so that it can cover a tennis court. Precious metals, unlike paper, can not me fabricated out of thin air and destroy the accumulated wealth of a nation.

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Woodinleg 5 points ago +5 / -0

Notice how the light box is not a manufacturered item. It is made of cardboard and taped together as if something new and recent has called for the need of such a device. I would presume if this was an existing practice, the light box would have been made out of a more durable material.

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