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General Discussion / LMAO!!! MSM stooping that far?
« on: April 19, 2024, 02:10:16 PM »
A man set himself on fire outside the courthouse where Trump was being tried... No one know what the reason for it yet and if it even has connection to the trial.

However, the 'woke' media is quick to put out this:

PIX-11 News:Person sets themself on fire outside Trump trial courthouse  :2funny: :2funny: multiple people? Do these people have poles or holes?

General Discussion / Brandon visit Wawa vs Trump visit Chick-Fil-A
« on: April 19, 2024, 12:50:26 PM »
Brandon visit WAWA... thinking he'll get some wawa  :2funny: :2funny: :2funny:

Look at the crowd wanting to thank him and be proud of him...

Trump at Chick-Fil-A...

General Discussion / Storming the beaches...
« on: April 19, 2024, 07:59:46 AM »
In Normandy...

In California...

They have mules waiting for them with SUVs...

General Discussion / NPR CEO....
« on: April 18, 2024, 01:11:07 PM »
Meet the new CEO of NPR, Katherine Maher... NO, she's not the wife or related to Bill Maher at all.

This is her in 2022 during a TED Talk, when she was CEO of Wikipedia...

"The places where we are prime to disagreements? Say politics and religion. As it turns out, not only does Wikipedia's model work there, it actually works really well. Because in our normal lives, these contentioius conversations tend to erupt over disagreement over what the truth actually is. But the people who write these articles are not focused on the truth, they're focused on something else, which is the best of what we can know right now. After seven years of working with these brilliant folks, I've come to believe they are on to something.

Perhaps, on our most tricky disagreements, seeking the truth and seeking to convince others of the truth might not be the right place to start.

Our reverence for the truth might be a distraction that is getting in the way of finding common ground and getting things done. That is not to say that the truth doesn't exist or to say that the truth isn't important. Clearly the search for the truth has led us to do great things... [but] one reason we have such glorious chronicles to the human experience and all forms of culture is because we acknowledge there are many different truths. I'm certain that the truth exists for you. And probably for the person sitting next to you. But this may not be the same truth."

This is the direction NPR is heading... Not to go after truth/fact. I mean, she already suspended a senior editor that wrote a scathing article about NPR and the direction it's headed... Progressive bias. He later resigned from NPR.

She had posted to Twitter her distaste for Trump - calling him a racist without any proof and minimizing the 2022 riots... "Summer of Love" as Lefties/Demmies claimed.

General Discussion / Has anyone tried the Wood Milk yet?
« on: April 18, 2024, 10:10:05 AM »
I was wondering if it's like Soy Milk, Almond Milk, Vegan Milk, etc etc

I think the process is the same as extracting almond, soy, etc etc for it's milk content but it's real tree that are being milked to get at the white juice for the wood milk.

I'm going to go out and buy me one to try  O0

General Discussion / New form of drive-by in NY
« on: April 18, 2024, 09:22:03 AM »
from scooter...  :2funny: :2funny: :2funny: Well, if you're an illegal and can't afford a vehicle, you ride scooters.

4 men on two scooters stop at an intersection and shot at 4 people - 1 dead, 3 injured.

3 hours later, another man (probably from the previous shooting) was chase by police... he ran a stop light and crashed unto a SUV - flew of the scooter and into a pole. Dead later...

How much you wanna bet these incidents are from illegals?

General Discussion / Why are Lefties/Demmies buying guns?
« on: April 17, 2024, 12:46:50 PM »
Gun ownership in CA spiked... as illegals are being released unto the streets of CA by Border Patrol...

I thought CA is a gun free zone and guns go out and killed people. The way Californians are talking and voting, there should be an outright banned on gun ownership in CA.

General Discussion / If you're going to be a criminal...
« on: April 17, 2024, 12:42:02 PM »
Go to Harris County, TX - a criminal court judge (Frank Aguilar) was handing out the smallest bond he can get away with it to repeat violent offender...

1 - a 47 yrs old criminal with long rap sheet and multiple violent crimes have been released on $1 bond.
2 - a 21 yrs old man was released for $100 bond for terrorizing 3 different women while on probation. He was caught and brought to court 7 times and each time, the judge set his bond @ just $100. All of this, while he's on probation...
3 - low bond amount (less than $100) to sexual assault perp, kidnapping perp, domestic violence perp, witness threatening, etc etc

The judge is now suspended... not for these acts but for issue with family violence... Imagine that,  a criminal judge helping criminals.

General Discussion / How out of touch are Lefties/Demmies...
« on: April 16, 2024, 12:33:36 PM »
They all seem to think they are much much better off with high inflation, high gas price and high cost of consumer goods...

Brandon seems to portray himself as "I don't feel your pain" on the state of the economy... "Some of his sycophants in Congress and his stooges in the media are complaining that the problem isn’t Mr. Biden’s failed policies, but that Americans are too stupid to understand how good things are today." - WT

NYT writer, Gail Collins: “I know that we aren’t supposed to lecture people about how good their lives are, but it’s weird that the nation doesn’t seem more conscious of how well things are going. … Prices have begun to stabilize or even drop.” What she's is saying is Listen up, all you little people: “Bidenomics” is as good as it gets. You’re just going to have to learn to live with 20% higher prices, trillion-dollar deficits, declining purchasing power, schools that don’t teach, crime on the streets, a porous border, and $4-a-gallon gas (some states are lower while other states are higher). It's high but as least it's stabilizing...

Articles like:
"Why inflation is good for every American" - CNN
"Inflation is good for you" - The Intercept

Even David Axelrod, Obama's political director, has warned Mr. Biden to stop hyping an economy that has left more than half of this country behind.

It drives me crazy when he does that,” Mr. Axelrod said.

General Discussion / No wonder this food is not healthy...
« on: April 16, 2024, 09:52:55 AM »
I bought one of those Pia Cake from an Asian store in town just to try it out...

Low and behold... they are not healthy at all. "Phuc an Phat Food Co., LTD" - F.ucken Fat Food Company... makes them. and you can get them through their website 'Phucanbakery.c om' - F.cken Bakery dot com

 :2funny: :2funny: :2funny: :2funny: :2funny:

General Discussion / 'Good morning' is now racism...
« on: April 16, 2024, 08:51:22 AM »
according to this race monger...  :idiot2: :idiot2: :2funny: :2funny:

Sad thing is that all her followers probably will eat this up and truly believe 'Good morning' is rooted in racism/slavery.

I told y'all this 'racism' is being made into a joke...

General Discussion / 3 Wokie colleges got their just deserts...
« on: April 16, 2024, 08:41:20 AM »
1. Oberlin College

In Ohio, Oberlin College, a hub of political correctness, lost its appeal of a $31 million judgment for defaming a local bakery and ruining its business with fabricated claims of racism. That amount includes $25 million in punitive damages and $6 million for attorneys’ fees.

Gibson’s Bakery is a local institution that has operated for more than 130 years. In 2016, a black male student, accompanied by two black female students, shoplifted two bottles of wine after first trying to use a fake ID to buy them. The son of the bakery owner chased them out of the store, where the three students attacked him. Police arrested the students and all three pleaded guilty to misdemeanors.

Yet students at the college, with the full support of school administrators, made false claims of racism against Gibson’s, saying the shoplifters had been racially profiled and that Gibson’s was a “racist” establishment. They organized protests and vandalized and damaged the bakery.

The university canceled all its business contracts with the bakery for catering and continued the racism claims. A dean even handed out a false, defamatory flier, ignoring the report of the police investigation that found no racism and the fact that the students had pleaded guilty.

In a stunning display of arrogance, Oberlin still won’t admit it did anything wrong and hasn’t apologized to the bakery. Instead, Oberlin issued a statement saying that it is “evaluating” its options and that the “issues raised by this case have been challenging.”

The issues aren’t “challenging.” Oberlin jumped to erroneous conclusions before the facts were in and sprang on the politically correct racism bandwagon to make false charges about a local business. The only evaluation Oberlin should do is how to finally pay the judgment and fire the administrators involved.

2. Shawnee State University

Another school in Ohio, Shawnee State University, just agreed to pay $400,000 in damages to 20-year philosophy professor Nicholas Meriwether, along with his attorneys’ fees.

The school had punished Meriwether for refusing a male student’s demand that the professor refer to him as a woman, using female titles and pronouns.

According to the professor’s lawyers at Alliance Defending Freedom, the male student “became aggressive, physically circling him, getting in his face, using expletives, and even threatening to get him fired.”

Meriwether offered to refer to the student under any name he wanted instead of using pronouns, but the student and the university said that wasn’t good enough and that Meriwether supposedly had created a “hostile environment.”

Meriwether sued, saying that the university was violating his religious beliefs as a Christian under the First Amendment. In March 2021, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Meriwether could sue the university, reversing a district court decision that had dismissed his case.

That apparently led to the settlement by Shawnee, which includes the university agreeing that Meriwether will not be forced to use particular pronouns or titles when talking to students.

3. Clemson University

Finally, one of the most dangerous developments in recent years at college campuses has been universities setting up Star Chamber, Soviet-style, show trial procedures over complaints of sexual assault in which the universities deny basic and fundamental due process rights to accused students. That includes refusing to allow the students an opportunity to present exculpatory evidence, to question their accusers and cross-examine witnesses, or to be represented by a lawyer.

A South Carolina jury just awarded a Clemson University student, Andrew Pampu, $5.3 million for defamation and civil conspiracy by a female Clemson student, her boyfriend, and her father.

The university had suspended Pampu for a year after finding him guilty of sexual misconduct against Erin Wingo. To get to that finding, however, the university ignored multiple witnesses and text messages showing that Wingo had consensual sex with Pampu and manufactured a rape claim only after her boyfriend, Colin Gahagan, found out about it.

Pampu filed a lawsuit after he received a text message from Gahagan admitting that Pampu was innocent, that Gahagan had lied in the hearing, that Wingo “wanted to have sex that night,” and that Gahagan had deleted texts “from that night that prove she was f—— crazy.”

Clemson acted almost immediately to remove the disciplinary finding against Pampu and agreed to pay him $100,000, likely saving Clemson from an even bigger judgment against the university.  Of course, if it had not ignored the exculpatory evidence in the first place and assumed Pampu was guilty, it would not have had to pay anything.

Hopefully, this will prevent other colleges from doing the same thing too... I believe that anyone who made false accusation should face the saem consequences; get prosecuted, pay fines and get jail time.

Anime | Manga / Wrong Way To Use Healing Magic
« on: April 15, 2024, 02:01:24 PM »
This anime turns out to be pretty good... very different from the rest. I mean, it's an Isekai but it's different from your usual healer.

General Discussion / So, punching women in the face is not enough now?
« on: April 15, 2024, 12:58:10 PM »
They are resorting to punching little girls too...

A 9yr old girl was punch in the face by a grown black man...

Perp is known to police because he had done the same to another victim just a few weeks ago... but was release without bail for the 'woke' DA, judge, criminal court, etc etc on the that particular incident.

General Discussion / DNC point finger...
« on: April 15, 2024, 09:35:02 AM »
Axios broke the story but was picked up by ABC... The DNC used over $1million to defend Biden on his allegation, investigation, etc etc.

The Democratic National Committee has been paying President Joe Biden's legal fees incurred in connection with special counsel Robert Hur's investigation into his handling of classified documents, according to sources and disclosures of expenditures filed by the party committee...

Since last year, the party committee has paid the law firm of Bob Bauer, the lead attorney representing Biden in Hur's investigation more than $1 million -- roughly $150,000 a month -- from July 2023 through February 2024.

The DNC since last year has also paid roughly $905,000 to Hemenway & Barnes LLP, the law firm of Jennifer Miller, who is named as one of the attorneys that had represented Biden in the special counsel probe
- ABC News

However, they claimed that none of the $millions spent on Biden's legal fee is coming from donors - Hmmm... where does the DNC's funding came from then if not from donors?

"There is no comparison -- the DNC does not spend a single penny of grassroots donors' money on legal bills, unlike Donald Trump, who actively solicits legal fees from his supporters and has drawn down every bank account he can get his hands on like a personal piggy bank." - DNC spokesperson Alex Floyd

"When you look at the money that we are raising, which is overwhelmingly from grassroots donors… this is money going to voters, this is money going to voters in the battleground states. And when you look at what Trump is doing, that money, we don't know where it's going. It might be going to legal fees." - Munoz, Biden campaign spokesperson. Why even bring Trump into this? It's because they need to deflect the problem to someone else - kinda like "We raped you but Trump raped more... " And knowing how Lefties/Demmies think and act (just a collective), they'll eat it up and blamed Trump for it.

Just last week, the Biden campaign's finance chair Rufus Gifford said on MSNBC that "every single dime that you give to the Biden-Harris reelection campaign, we spend talking to voters. We are not spending money on legal bills. We are not hawking gold sneakers, or any of that stuff. The money that we are raising, we are going straight to voters." Straight face lying on MSM because they know that MSNBC is just a tool used by the them to spread propaganda... like these claims.

Again, If that's true, then why did the report came out differently?  :idiot2: :idiot2:

If these money are not from grassroots donors, then where do they come from? Did the DNC just print money out of thin air? Wait, they must be building 'pipe dream' and selling them to their uninformed supporters because the money they got was not donors' money. Again. they throw BS out there without any evidence to back them up.  They must think their supporters/donors are that ignorant to not know the difference...

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