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PrecisionStrike 3 points ago +3 / -0

Racial identity politics is the only thing that matters to them. That's why they need to be "the first x in y." It's the only trait they have, the rest is filler and programming.

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PrecisionStrike 3 points ago +3 / -0

Reminds me of the Grade A satire from /r/BewitchtheTaliban which featured such gems as a witch attempting to hex Allah, a witch getting ran over by Toyata trucks in the astral plane, a witch getting dommed metaphysically by Allah, and a witch getting his mom dommed metaphysically by Allah.

A trip down memory lane.

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PrecisionStrike 1 point ago +1 / -0

Last Thursday, a group of 20 mothers in Boston met up outside a local high school. Their goal wasn’t to socialize, drink wine, or even share COVID-related tips. They were there for one reason and one reason only: to stand in a circle—socially distanced, of course—and scream.

Women when they don't get attention for .025 seconds

When mothers feel there is no more appealing way to spend an evening than to yell into the frigid January darkness, something is very, very wrong. Parents in the United States

Agency and personal responsibility is dead. People can choose to scream into the sky in the middle of the night and somehow it's society's fault.

How do we keep our kids home from school when we’re expected to be back at work?

Have a stay at home parent, rearrange you and your spouse's work schedules to have someone always at home, live a simpler and cheaper life so the family isn't chained to a job.

My kids became fully vaccinated in late December, the same week that Omicron began spreading rapidly throughout the U.S. They were so excited to weave some normalcy back into their lives—to go to restaurants, to have sleepovers with friends, to do all the things my husband and I had previously told them were not worth the risk of infection. In fact, we had promised them we would do these things as soon as they were vaccinated. Then, because of Omicron, and the fear that we might inadvertently sicken the grandparents we were supposed to visit over the holidays, we had to go back on our word. They were heartbroken.

A vaccine so effective it has to be mandatory ladies and gentlemen!

but it is also disorienting and disheartening to have reached this milestone only to discover that life is still very much the same. We’re still wearing masks. Vaccinated people are still getting sick.

The richest people in the world got hundreds of billions of dollars richer due to the lockdowns. This is never going to end while it's still profitable. The conspiracy theorists were telling you this 5 months in.

Millions of children still aren’t eligible for a vaccine, and we don’t know yet when they will be

The $cience^TM can't explain why a shot for a respiratory virus causes severe periods in women and didn't know effectiveness would drop so quickly, but it knows for certain there will be no long term effects on kids under 5. Sort of like how investigators determined the Notre Dame fire wasn't arson before the flames were even extinguished

The early days of the pandemic were devastating, but at least, back then, “there was a consistent story... Now, he said, the messages we are getting seem to contradict one another.

Like how masks don't work, wash your grocery boxes, and 2 Weeks to Flatten the Curve?

We hope that when this wave ends, we’ll have a brief respite to compose ourselves before the next one comes,

At least they're starting to catch onto the plot, right?

Melinda Wenner Moyer is a contributing editor at Scientific American, a regular contributor to The New York Times, and the author of How to Raise Kids Who Aren’t Assholes.

All those poor kids getting raised by parents taking advice from this lady.

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PrecisionStrike 1 point ago +1 / -0

Anyone who knows even the basics of the immune system would know that the only way this is possible is for the tests to be wrong or for something to be wiping the immune system. Maybe this is why public schooling let science slip away in favor of standardized tests.

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PrecisionStrike 2 points ago +2 / -0

The shutdowns were the largest redistribution of wealth from the lower to the upper classes. It's far too profitable to let go.

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PrecisionStrike 1 point ago +1 / -0

I want to buy a paper copy of the book. Are all 3 volumes necessary to get the whole picture?

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PrecisionStrike 5 points ago +5 / -0

Does the spell require you to carve a gaping wound into your body and jam the potion bottle into it prevent it scar tissue from sealing the home? flashback to the Mr. Metokur video

Seriously, it's so tragic how many people get brainwashed into mutilating themselves

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PrecisionStrike 2 points ago +2 / -0

This video's vision has been realized

Also, if they want a WW2 style game but don't want to reference anything related to the ever growing no-no list, why not make their own dieselpunk world? You could have the WW2 aesthetics and the wacky skins and the absurd guns with none of the baggage for only a small amount of worldbuilding.

People don't have a problem with gritty realistic games, COD: World at War had a gritty, brutal, and haunting atmosphere. People don't have a problem with wacky, over-the-top games, all the futuristic COD games did fairly well. It's the mixing of the two that's awful, like peanut butter and tuna.

If only Reznov or Roebuck could see us now...

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PrecisionStrike 1 point ago +1 / -0

How does someone who worked their way up the ranks to be an admiral of the world's most powerful navy get roped into this non-sense?

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PrecisionStrike 16 points ago +16 / -0

There's the book The Last Church along with lore around the Emperor's rise to power.

During the Unification Wars, the God-Emperor (although he wasn't called that at the time) exterminated all religions because "they held back humanity" since he must have spent too much time on the atheism subreddit while he lived in hiding. This is funny because religion had lasted all the way through the Golden Age of Technology that saw humanity conquer most of the galaxy and fulfill everything the Imperium supposedly stood for.

Then in an even funnier twist of fate, the God-Emperor gets his shit pushed in by the demonic forces of Chaos after the corruption of his favorite son and many of his forces. If only he was smart enough to realize the religions he exterminated had been honing the art of resisting everything Chaos stands for (Pride, Lust, Wrath, Disease, Hatred). His "atheist rationalism" was conquered by the supernatural, his pride condemned him to the Golden Throne to be worshipped as a god himself, and humanity was doomed to millennia of slow and painful decline.

It was the classic neckbeard hubris of declaring oneself to be an enlightened genius because of atheism while actually being some dork on a web forum.

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PrecisionStrike 9 points ago +9 / -0

It's the 20s. Hyperinflation and an economic crash are coming. Culture is filled with vapid consumerism and degeneracy. The tail end of a pandemic is met with fuel shortages and an incompetent government. Hatred of Jews is on the rise with a certain race being blamed for everyone's problems. Meanwhile, socialist street violence goes unchecked as their leaders take more power.

Buckle up everyone...

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PrecisionStrike 2 points ago +2 / -0

I was getting bored of the constant 1984 bullshit, I'm glad we're moving on to Harrison Bergeron!

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PrecisionStrike 5 points ago +5 / -0

Cops: "Why does everyone hate us? We get no appreciation."

Also cops: engage in opportunistic violence at the first chance against the side that supports them since they don't have establishment backing

I'm glad the Back the Blue simpery is frying up at least.

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PrecisionStrike 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's easier for the normies to understand since communist atrocities are not taught with nearly as much rigor.

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PrecisionStrike 5 points ago +5 / -0

Reminder to train yourself in the art of delayed gratification and self mortification so you can't be swayed if you ever get payed the big bucks to sell out.

People practice holding their ground if someone threatens a negative, not if they offer you everything you ever wanted.

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PrecisionStrike 10 points ago +10 / -0

It says it's affecting other animals too, causing small penises and both pairs of sex organs.

Xenoestrogen from microplastics and other pollution comes to mind.

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PrecisionStrike 11 points ago +11 / -0

"You can't criticize unions! They're incorruptible and holy institutions that saved everyone and have done nothing wrong.

And you hate teachers! They're raising our future!"

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PrecisionStrike 15 points ago +15 / -0

But he did secure his position: controlled opposition where he doesn't have to do much besides play the role of complainer and delayer for at least 2 years.

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PrecisionStrike 3 points ago +3 / -0

The thing about the political divide is it's only in the solutions to the problem. Once they see how much everyone agrees on what the problem is and who is causing it, things will be much easy.

Our common enemy is the establishment, the elites who hold all the power. Ask them if they've heard of the Tuskegee Experiments. Who did that? The government. Redlining? The banks, part of the establishment. Funneling crack into the city? The Deep State, part of the establishment.

if they try to say "white people" make them realize the average white person on the street had no more power over any of this than they do. Those in power want us divided so they can win easier.

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PrecisionStrike 9 points ago +9 / -0

It was obvious this was coming. Hopefully they had the foresight to get on gab and Parler beforehand and keep backups.

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PrecisionStrike 5 points ago +5 / -0

If that happened some globalist would buy a patch of land and sell tiny chunks to an army of wokelings to get around that.

We need to make sure everyone is fully aware of problems, not take away their ability to vote.

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