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General Discussion / Re: I attended his Hmong club three times
« on: September 12, 2019, 11:37:41 AM »
It is one thing to say one thing when you are sane and doing ok.  When the blood pressure rises, people do something else.  You look at the statistics of all cases.  What was the outcome?  A peaceful resolution?

General Discussion / Re: I attended his Hmong club three times
« on: September 12, 2019, 08:15:24 AM »
It is easy to say he should have done this or that.  But if it was YOU, I guarantee it that you may do the same.  Too many men in similar situation are proof of that already....

Trump adding trillions more to the national debt.  Guess which industry most of the money is going into:  military

They are speaking in the Moob leeg accent.  I know because I speak the it.

These sort of problems are only a tip of the iceberg with this country.  The government has morphed into a government for the rich and powerful.  It's tax money collected from the working middle class are used for military complex to spend on endless wars and weapons of wars, etc.

Any social programs to help the poor and needy are labeled socialism programs.  But yet billions are are spend on the military with no questions ask, why is that?

I questioned my Republican voting co-workers, aren't you tired of wars?  Their answer: as long they are "safe", they are willing to spend billions more.  This is the sort of mindset those of us who are a little more mindful are dealing with. 

As I got older, I realized why the electoral college was set up at first.  To keep the masses from voting the rightful person into office.  Whoever "controls" the electoral college electors will always be the ones putting whoever they want in office.  I see this country splitting between the rich and the poor in 20 years fighting for resources.  There will be a huge class warfare got the right-wing, Trump thumbing people gearing up for such a war already.  Preppers online, off the grid people are all aware of this coming for a long time.  All you need to do is go on youtube to see what I'm talking about... people buying tons of guns, ammos, storing food underground.  This is the other side of reality most of us do not realized happening right now.

General Discussion / Re: Desensitized
« on: August 06, 2019, 10:11:46 AM »
How US gun culture compares with the world?  Americans own ~46% of all civilian-owned guns worldwide.  Gun ownership is NOT the problem.  Going mental and owning guns is a deadly mix.

It is not a gun problem.  It is a psychological tal problem.

General Discussion / Re: Desensitized
« on: August 06, 2019, 01:06:28 AM »
It's indicative of a morally corrupt culture.  Everything is aimed toward a selfish individual system.  The U.S. is the most democratic country in the world but yet has the highest number of gun violence, drug problems, etc. of all civilized countries. 

It is sad but I can see this country descending into a sad future state as portrayed in many futuristic movies where the rich and powerful are living enclosed in a secured community and everyone else are left to live outside having to struggle to survive in a "mad max" environment.   

General Discussion / Re: Equifax Credit Bureau Settlement Eligibility
« on: July 25, 2019, 01:18:46 PM »
This site is legit.  $125 is better than nothing.

General Discussion / Equifax Credit Bureau Settlement Eligibility
« on: July 25, 2019, 09:44:16 AM »
As you all may know Equifax Credit Bureau was breached exposing millions of people's personal info.  Unfortunately, I was a victim of this breach.  I am almost 99.99% sure most of you were too unknowingly.  Here is a link to Equifax's website to determine if you are eligible for a $125.00 "settlement".  If you are affected and had spent time, money securing your identity, they will reimbursed you for that too.

They will ask for your last name and last 6 digit of your SSN:

If this is true, shouldn't all the dudes on Youtube videos drinking cow blood be dying with the cows too...? :o

General Discussion / Re: What's your favorite smell?
« on: July 12, 2019, 09:18:37 AM »
Honestly I don't think this question should be asked of a guy.  You might not like the answer...

General Discussion / Re: Allknighters - A new Hmong boy band
« on: July 12, 2019, 09:16:28 AM »
I give them a "C" for good effort.  Eye candy for the girls for sure.  Lacking in so many areas as stated above...

Cargo ship owned by JPMorgan Chase seized by US with 20 tons of cocaine

Sure makes El Chapo look amateurish.  This is how those in power in this country does it.  They do it by the tons and used commercial planes, trains and ships.  Half of the crews were detained.  The real culprits will not be found as hush money has already been paid to certain people in authority.  And what I find most amusing is this story has already been swept under the carpet two days after it came out.  Most of you will not read or hear this story because again, swept under the rugs already.  I often wondered how so much cocaines and drugs in general get into this country as Mexican mules aren't able to carry tons of drugs.  I suspected those in power are behind this sort of thing.  This event validates my suspicion.

It's funny reading online forums.  Lots of Chinese are not liking this remake as this movie is not historically accurate.  Disney is making the movie for a Western audience understandably for maximum profit at the risk of historically inaccuracy.  I wouldn't be surprised if her love interest is a "white" dude coming to her rescue as we've seen in past films where Asian dudes can't seen to be able to rescue their own woman.  Anyhow, histories belonged to those who wrote them. 

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