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Dangling the " white men can't vote" in front of a liberal Huffo.......lololol..... They were slobbering all over themselves to get it posted. I guess you got to endorse it and post it before you read and verify it. Morons.

standard operating for huffpo.    If it trashes non liberal white guys its gold. 

Imagine a day without white guys...........

Not trying to be racist, just making a point.   Its always pointed out if this great thing or that  great thing was due to this non white guy doing it.  I want to point how stupid that sounds when one group and only one group is not allowed to be special when it come to that.

When you consider that most of the functioning things (and formerly functioning things) of the world were due to the efforts of white guys.   I am not saying they did everything that everyone gets benefits from,  but the efforts of this one group is very oversized.   

And if white guys just stopped doing everything they do,  how fast everything would go to sh*t.    I would say no other group can claim that. 

If anything,  voting should be for those who don't take public money.   Whether  you have a public job,  take welfare, or take public tax dollars in ANY way,  you can't vote.     You all know what happens when you let people on the public dole vote.    Soon they outnumber the taxpayers, and they vote to take all the money.
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World/Foreign Affairs / Re: Is the EU Going to Topple?
« Last post by Glock32 on April 24, 2017, 08:16:04 PM »
There's no way she is going to win in the 2nd round. But I guess there is a small silver lining in that the FN will become the main opposition party. They have effectively sunk the mainstream "right-ish" party.  Just as with the GOP here, before we can actually do battle with the enemy we have to deal with the lame ass mainstream party that exists solely to deflect our votes and energy away from actual power.
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Entertainment / Re: The "I Saw This Bit Of Music On The Net" Thread
« Last post by ToddF on April 24, 2017, 08:00:56 PM »
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Looks like videos aren't loading anymore, whether it's https or http.

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As Big Publishing continues to tank and indy publishing continues to grab market share.
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Weather, Climate, & Natural Disasters / Re: SJW Climate Cultists
« Last post by Pablo de Fleurs on April 24, 2017, 03:21:45 PM »
Cubist's weigh in...

http://www.thepeoplescube.com/peoples-blog/the-popular-front-at-the-barricades-for-science-t19413.html

 ::thumbsup::

Quote
When she's dancing next to me (blinding me with science, science)
I can hear machinery

I don't believe it, there she goes again
She's tidied up and I can't find anything
All my tubes and wires and careful notes
And antiquated notions

"Antiquated notions"....like the earth merely has long term weather patterns & that man has noting to do with the climate, which was ALSO designed by God who took his human creation into account when designing the planet....

...but God, Jesus Christ & the Bible are more "antiquated notions".

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Entertainment / Re: Trap's Movie Thread
« Last post by Weisshaupt on April 24, 2017, 02:45:48 PM »

Believe it or not, I've never seen the original cartoon. So my opinion is based solely on my experience at this viewing of the new film.

That explains it.  The original animated film was quite well done, and other than having seen it about 100 times, and the more overt Stockholm syndrome incorporated in it,  its really a good film - beautiful and entertaining in many aspects- especially  for Kids.   I was hoping the live action version would be more "broadway musical" and less " use the original film as a storyboard for shooting this one"   - But as the Original was excellent , and this followed it closely, they got a similar excellent and marketable product, with almost zero risk.  Its a good film. Its an excellent soundtrack ( just as it was when the animated version aired)  but there was little surprising or new in it, and I found myself getting bored as there wasn't enough new material to keep and maintain my interest.

Emma Watson (as obnoxious as she is in real life) was enchanting as Belle. Pitch-perfectly cast, in my opinion. I've seen her casting in that role criticized elsewhere, so I wasn't expecting to like her in the role. To the contrary, I thought she was perfect.

She was the right one for the part for sure. She  played the role very well, and I can't imagine who I would rather see  playing that part if not her.  But that doesn't make me like her any better.

The throw away joke about the guy liking to be dressed in women's makeup and gowns was more annoying to me than Le Fou.. and I think your description of his character is spot on, and he really doesn't detract ( or add) much to the performance besides his comic relief. And really the original cartoon version was enough that I was wondering if Disney were trying to sneak a gay character in back then.. so I was wondering what all of the hub-bub about a gay character was about... because Le Fou - other than a more overt quip here and there, was not much different than he was in the original. I even wondered if he was really  the character that had gotten everyone so upset, or if there was someone new that was going to be introduced.

My criticism is mostly that I  would have preferred Belle's alienation from her community and loneliness had been played stronger,  thus giving a more solid foundation to her desire and willingness to stay with the beast,  and even to become attracted to him as they both find solace in each others company.  That element was there in bare-bones form - and was an intriguing deviation for the original..  but I think Disney missed the opportunity to explore that part of the courtship and the underlying motivations, and I think if they had, it would have been a stronger and more emotionally involving story. Perhaps my irritation is simply that the bare bones were there  as if to say  " Yeah, we know we could have gone there and made this even better for audiences who have seen this all before, but  we knew  most would be happy with a duplicate of the original so we didn't bother.. and took the safe way out. I can even see some exec somewhere hacking that out of the script screaming "The original was a winner! don't fix what isn't broken!!" Which is of course why I was more enthralled with Your Name, than this film.. That director is still taking risks
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Give this our day our daily 'Zippers!

http://www.weaselzippers.us/335696-shattered-revelation-clinton-campaign-hatched-russian-hacking-narrative-24-hours-after-hillarys-loss/





Can't fix stupid and evil...but it sure is fun laughing at it!   ::hysterical::
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World/Foreign Affairs / Re: Is the EU Going to Topple?
« Last post by Libertas on April 24, 2017, 11:50:15 AM »
Interesting.



http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-04-24/56-french-villages-where-marine-le-pen-didnt-get-single-vote

I'll take "Muslim invaders for $500, Alex", shyt...the pattern is a crescent for crying out loud!
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Entertainment / Re: The "I Saw This Funny Thing On The Net" Thread
« Last post by Libertas on April 24, 2017, 11:46:56 AM »
Comments to this might be funnier than burning banger there...I dunno...

Obviously the subject matter we don't GAFF about...the comments to it though are hilarious as you can expect!

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-04-24/watch-live-obamas-first-public-speech-leaving-white-house

Almost diet dew'd my sinus cavities at this point -

silverserfer Apr 24, 2017 12:14 PM
" sh*t I know sh*ts f**ked up right now n sh*t But we got this guy Not Sure..."

 ::hysterical::
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