In response to – The Gentrification of Amsterdam.


Before watching this video I advice you read down below in the description box. Where the uploader had given a background narrative explaining the purpose of the documentary

My summarisation and response to this would be separating cultural romanticism with the ruling class in contemporary society..

In my schooling and studies I was introduced and taught “Marxist Social Hierarchy” – https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.hierarchystructure.com/marxist-social-hierarchy/amp/

The example here is a basic fundamental breakdown on the different classes. I am sure if you did your own google search. You would find a more appropriate one.

Now that I’ve gotten older left school and further education I have come to realise that I didn’t know what divisions and constituents a class. What makes it’s up.

I can tell you logically there is rich, secure and poor people and what defines each category in regards to there assets and production. But what I can’t tell you is how there integrated in different societies and the relationship it has with cultural romanticisms.

I can’t seem to find a definite answer either. Are the two entirely different topics? I would suggest they are for me at the moment. But that’s only because I don’t know.

I have spent a lot of time recently trying to figure out this had lead me to writers and books such as George Orwell (Down and Out In London), Herman Hesse (Steppenwolf) and Adous Huxley (A Brave New World)

But in relation to this video. What is your opinions on the current cultural romantic climate in Amsterdam?

Leaving it here I will add this Herman Hesse quote to dwell on.

“And so I have lived for the past 12 years I’m Kazakh and own none of it whatever nor did I have the whole house but rented only a small apartment of rooms. I was no longer lord of the manor, father of a family with a house of children and servants, calls to his dog and cultivates his garden I was now a literary penniless man a threat bare and rather dubious stranger who lived on milk and rice and macaroni who wore his old suits till they were threadbare and in fall brought home his supper of chestnuts from the forest. But the experiment which was the point in it succeeded it was like waking from a nightmare that lasted years. I inhaled freedom, the air the sun I had solitude and my work.”

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204 comments on “In response to – The Gentrification of Amsterdam.
  1. Farm Boy says:

    Is it better to be the owner and master of your perhaps modest castle?

    Are classes more about culture or income?

    How elite are the elites?

    Is gentrification a good thing or bad thing in general? Or is it a mixed bag? If so, what is good and what is bad?

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  2. SFC Ton says:

    Whats up with city folks obsession with coffee shops and goat rapists?

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  3. Sumo says:

    I like coffee. Not such a huge fan of the goat rape, though.

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  4. RichardP says:

    Marx thought that the lower clasesses would one day tire of their life and rise up in revolt – in order to get some of what the upper classes possessed. But the reality was that the industrial revolution and mass production made a lot of what the upper classess had more available to the lower classes through lower prices, etc. (even if the quality was not absolutely the same). The short version is the lower classes no long felt the need to revolt because the good stuff had more or less come to them.

    This trend has only intensified with government becoming the husband to more and more women. The government hands what is needed to survive to the lower classes, and they are content to watch television (and now the Internet) instead of revolting.

    Don’t see anything coming down the pike that is going to change any of this. The world is not going to stop innovating its way to cheaper and more widely-available products, unless maybe a pandemic or something gets in the way.

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  5. Jack says:

    Who is the new author? I’ve never seen him comment before. Could he give us any sort of introduction?

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  6. Farm Boy says:

    Well, I don’t know that much about him. Perhaps the Glorious Patriarch knows more

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  7. Alex Wszolek
    1 hour ago
    Will invisible airplanes ever be a thing?
    I just can’t see them taking off.

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  8. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Perhaps the Glorious Patriarch knows more”

    Nope. I like eclectic stuff. That username suggested potential fun

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  9. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Could he give us any sort of introduction?”

    That sounds like an interesting idea. I suspect an interesting tale.

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  10. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    @The Farmboy “Are classes more about culture or income?”

    I’ve noticed that in the Manosphere people like to blog about cuisine, decor, dress wear style, crypto…to advocate there political views and also there seems to be a rise and insurgence in speak easys I can’t watch a motivational YouTube videos without the main theme been visualisation how you should go to clothing shops you cant afford and picture yourself wearing the clothes…but it’s costs. I see people self define the Manosphere as Facist, Misogynistic and anything alternative Liberal, Feminists…would some people class them self as traditionalists here? I personally think we are seeing a new space and evolution of the Bourgeois In places such as Amsterdam and we will shift away to more imported cities such as Rotterdam as a cultural hub but I really don’t know I don’t fully understand what is happening with these cities during COVID? Here is a good quote I found to leave a question to “I like beautiful things that are well made I even believe aesthetics are equivalent to ethics something that is beautiful is ethical and unethical things aren’t beautiful.” -Gianni Agnelli

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  11. Cheque d'Out says:


    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9316827/A-military-personnel-refusing-receive-COVID-19-vaccine.html

    A third of all military personnel are refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccine, and in some units just 30% of enlistees are willing to have a shot, according to a new report.

    The figure is alarming commanders as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage across the United States.

    Personnel who refuse the vaccine will face no repercussions due to a federal law that ‘prohibits the mandatory application of medicines within the military that are not fully licensed by the US Food and Drug Administration’, The Nation reports.

    At present, the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines have only been granted ’emergency use authorizations’ by the FDA.

    But regulators and officials say the vaccines are safe and, in the case of the Moderna and Pfizer shots, at least 94% effective. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine was 66% effective in trials, but is a single shot rather than two.

    While it could take years for the shots to become fully licensed by the federal agency, the military may make the vaccine mandatory once that happens.

    ‘Obviously, we’re thinking about what happens when they become FDA-approved,’ Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby stated on Monday.

    ‘It would change the character of the decision-making process, about whether they could be mandatory or voluntary. But I don’t want to get ahead of that process right now.’

    Some personnel are reluctant to receive the vaccine due to backlash from the military’s rushed rollout of an anthrax vaccine back in the 1990s.

    In 1997, the government made it mandatory for personnel to receive the jab, but ‘huge numbers of service members complained of debilitating side effects’ and a lengthy legal battle ensued.

    So, if they make it mandatory, do the guys get to choose to be discharged instead?
    Might be a decent option for those not wishing to take part in the recently restarted neocon forever wars for a country whose ‘elites’ despise them

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  12. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    @RichardP Thank you for that I really agree with parts of it. Have you heard of the Jane Eyre quote I am paraphrasing this so might be slightly wrong but remember it as follows “Nothing of any significance ever happens in the public domain” my interpretation of cultural romance that it is a status symbol but maybe we are seeing a change in the means of what status is? Now I remember reading on this wordspace somebody leaving a comment about it and they posted this really great architectural figure who I went on to research the name was JB Jackson and he talked about establishment and space with great forward thinking and historical reference maybe be worth while watching for anybody interested in the topic or cultural romanticism I am sure it was @buenavistauno he mentioned him way back

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  13. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    @Jack I actually discovered Spawnys WordPress through one of your blog links I was a silent reader on your page you are one the few guys talking practical social skills and applied settings what is it you would like to know? I am rather new on WordPress I’m not one to comment and my grammar and punctuation is horrible so please give me the benefit of the doubt and excuse it that’s unless it is entirely un-readable haha

    [Grammar matters not]

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  14. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    @The Cheque d’Out are you a fan of Film Noir? My name was taken from a movie I watched. If you want a good laugh sometimes the really old Film Noirs have some great lingo . Dragnet has some hilarious script writing

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    I guess that that “Don’t be evil” thang didn’t work out then

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  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    “My name was taken from a movie I watched”
    Now that you mention it, I can just picture Leslie Nielsen saying that

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  17. SFC Ton says:

    Class in the usa is weird but is a combo of money, education, how you make your money and your family has had money

    Teachers don’t make much cash but they are educated and got paid during the covid, even when they aren’t working. That is a form of elitism

    Drop out of high schoop 200k a year running your own excavation bindesx and you’re blue collar

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  18. Cheque d'Out says:

    LMFAO

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  19. Jack says:

    “What is it you would like to know?”

    Umm… How about your age, or less specifically, your generational group? Geographic region of origin? Marital status? Religious affiliation? Field of occupation? IQ or edutainment level? Meyers Briggs personality type? Highest Donkey Kong score? Annual income? Favorite drink? Military rank? Government clearance level? We’re not sexist or racist here at all, so we don’t care about that.
    Of course, you don’t need to tell us anything if you don’t want to. Probably better if you don’t. We’ll get to know you better the more you write. The internet is the only place you can tell the truth and get away with it (most of the time).
    More seriously, you could tell us, what is your proudest accomplishment in life?
    Your username is funny, but rather awkward. Is there a shorter name we can use to reference you? “Barmy” maybe?

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  20. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m bouncing between ‘Skinny’ and ‘Bogus’. Both intended to be positive. Leaning towards Bogus at the moment

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  21. Cheque d'Out says:

    Barmy works too. Though it’s a word for ‘Mad’ over here, a kind of affectionate term for benign eccentricity.

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  22. Cheque d'Out says:

    New Girlfriend Wants Me To Sell My House To Support Her! (Met Her On Tinder BTW)

    How did wimminz get this bad?

    I don’t have a problem with what he says but I do wish that he’d get on and deliver it with less padding.

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  23. SFC Ton says:

    I know a while back someone posted a back from….newsweek? About all the legal but dirty stuff done to throw the 2020 election….. could that some one repost it……?

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  24. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sorry Karen but he’s right

    https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/face-coverings-when-to-wear-one-and-how-to-make-your-own
    Even shows you how to make your own exemption badge, should you choose to use one. Which clearly shows what they’re worth

    This page explains what face coverings are, their role in reducing the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19), the settings in which they are recommended and how they should be safely used and stored. This information is based on current scientific evidence and is subject to change.

    Exemption cards or badges
    Some people may feel more comfortable showing something that says they do not have to wear a face covering. This could be in the form of an exemption card, badge or even a home-made sign.

    This is a personal choice and is not necessary in law.

    If you would like to use an exemption card you can use the PDF attachments on this page.

    Those who have an age, health or disability reason not to wear a face covering should not be routinely asked to provide any written evidence of this. Written evidence includes exemption cards.

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  25. Cheque d'Out says:

    Pat Mancock is going up against the rNHS religion. Could be entertaining

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  26. Cheque d'Out says:

    Currently live on his own site (there are about 11 mins of skippable lead in)

    Picking At Prions And Who’s Piloting The Ship?
    https://www.mccairndojo.com/the-dojo

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  27. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    @Jack Well I am a member of the church of holy terratosticals and live in Wesley House you can call me Wilemby In all seriousness I prefer to keep my anonymity regarding my social profile in respeck to age, demographics, exact location and for all other purposes those of my financial state private but I am someone who is very open to discussing life events and personal experiences I can tell you I was not in higher education but I’m somebody if passionate enough about something I’ll find one way or another to learn it off my own on back I am currently living in UK and Bogus, Barmy, Skinny is totally fine with me please just don’t make my icon a pink powerager then I will really be the buck of all jokes @Cheque ‘dOut I’m going to check that comp out it had some nice dry humour @SFC Ton I am not to familiar with American class systems maybe you will be able to tell more about it at some point? I was very interested about Dodge City In Kansas at one period and it’s class system under lawlessness seems they relied heavily on imported expats but drove them out in the end I imagine there was a lot of press ganging? I would love to hear more about yourselves!!!

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  28. That floppy with the magnets got a smile out of me.

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  29. I grew up in neighborhood that I think most would classify as “UMC”, but it had a lot of self-made men from blue collar backgrounds. Corporate VPs who had high school diplomas from back when we still made actual things. Presidents of family-owned companies with a couple hundred employees. There was a retired general from the WWII/Korea era, who all the men (who’d almost all served as enlisted, excluding my father, the non-combat “Major”) addressed as “General”. Very few old-money types.

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  30. Cheque d'Out says:

    @Cheque ‘dOut I’m going to check that comp out it had some nice dry humour

    Blackadder series II is the best of the bunch IMHO. Very cutting humour at times. The other series weren’t bad, but II was the pinnacle, I think.

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  31. Liz says:

    A third of all military personnel are refusing to take the COVID-19 vaccine, and in some units just 30% of enlistees are willing to have a shot, according to a new report.
    The figure is alarming commanders as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage across the United States.

    I’m sure it is very alarming to commanders.
    They aren’t worried about covid, they are worried so many soldiers won’t agree to voluntarily submit. This will effect their OPRs.

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  32. Farm Boy says:

    I was very interested about Dodge City In Kansas at one period and it’s class system under lawlessness

    I love westerns. It didn’t all happen exactly how it was depicted, but I don’t care.

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  33. Farm Boy says:

    The figure is alarming commanders as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage across the United States

    Well, it doesn’t exactly seem to be raging

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  34. Liz says:

    Colonel OPR: “100 percent compliance for covid shots”
    General Dreedle: “Ah, the culture of compliance is back! Give this man a star…now on to bomb some Syrians”

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  35. Liz says:

    Well, it doesn’t exactly seem to be raging

    If it is so scary, why don’t the woke scolds just wait at home and laugh at us “stupid people” not wearing masks until we all die off?

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  36. Farm Boy says:

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  37. Liz says:

    BV was mentioned above.
    I miss him.
    He was the only reason I joined Twitter. I haven’t been back on because we’re going through such a terrible time as a family right now, and Twitter is a downer.
    Maybe next month, just to read his stuff.

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  38. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Bill was a police based tv show

    I guess this is why you guys give ’em sandwiches?

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  39. Farm Boy says:

    Walgreens shutters 10 stores in San Francisco as residents point to rampant shoplifting

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/walgreens-store-closures-san-francisco-shoplifting

    I stole lotsa stuff, but I surely left plenty
    I stole lotsa stuff, but I surely left plenty

    All around in Frisco town
    They’re pretending to track me down
    They say they want to bring me in guilty
    But it’s all so very silly
    But it’s all so very silly

    But it’s all so very silly
    But it’s all so very silly
    But I say

    I stole lotsa stuff, now it’s time to find a fence
    I stole lotsa stuff, the City treats it as no offense

    I stole lotsa stuff, now it’s time to find a fence
    I stole lotsa stuff, the City treats it as no offense

    The good citizens always hated me
    For what I don’t know
    Every time that I take a pee
    They said, “Hose it so it flows”
    He said, “Hose it so it flows”
    I say

    A big score came my way one day
    And it started to go down
    All of a sudden I see sheriff John Brown
    Leering at me with a frown
    Leering at me with a frown
    So I ignored, ignored that clown
    I say

    Reflexes got the better of me
    Being the boss, I did pee
    And what is to be must be
    Every day I go steal from the stores
    But one day the store will drop out
    Yes, one day the store will drop out
    But I say

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  40. Cheque d'Out says:

    #Controversial

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  41. Cheque d'Out says:

    Staggering

    Not a single pub or bar open in the whole UK.

    Not ‘allowed’ to meet anyone outside until Monday.

    Kingston Riverside just now. packed. Loads of people meeting in groups, bringing their music with them, boxes of booze etc

    What the f*ck have those C*nts in Parliament done

    Kingston is basically now just part of London, UK

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  42. Farm Boy says:

    Stunning and brave

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  43. Farm Boy says:

    A repeat from yesterday.

    [Amusing it would be]

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  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’d rather have a Dalek shelter with handy sterilising flame thrower. You just know that it makes more sense in the modern world.

    [Plungers useful they can be.
    When you need one you need one you do]

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    For the terminally hard of getting the SJW message, they even made its surname an anagram of ‘Is Gay’

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  46. Cheque d'Out says:

    As if there was any doubt left after seeing the pose.

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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    The Very High Republic it is.

    Pity that someone told Robb that acting the spaz is amusing to the punters. It really fucking isn’t.

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:


    Wearing a mask too?

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  49. SFC Ton says:

    The occasional side bar conversation over at Jack’s place probably covers class etc better then I ever could.

    America is a big place and those folks represent different areas, including bigger coastal cities where the class warfare is probably the most intense

    I don’t see class as that big of an issue here in rural NC. Economically, I’m a semi big fish in our very small pond……. the 3 counties I do bidness in is has maybe 250k folks. DC metro area is 5 million people. Not sure how that would stack up in the DC area, New York city etc etc
    I would still have more cash then most folks there but I would have to use a lot more cabbage for living expenses and a lot less to work with me

    My banking and legal affairs are upper class.I Spanish and classical guitar but past that we are absolutely Southern blue collar/ working class White folk. I don’t have a college education. I’ve made money owning very blue collar buiness and often enough doing the blue collar work itself

    Culturally I have completly blue collar/ rural Southern White folks likes and dislikes. My last 3 kids out of wedlock, tattooed, old muscle cars vs German sedans, old school guitar music, not ashamed of my Confederate ancestors, hunting, fishing etc etc

    And if fit comfortably in both groups, never here our old school money folk run down welders and the like and I don’t hear welders run down our old money folk ( though they do bitch about the UMC, and the big city wealthy folks, and those two groups run us down all the time )

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  50. SFC Ton says:

    I should also say I get a retirement check and a hefty disability check from the goverment that never fails to show up which is a certain kind of social/ ecconmic elitism

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  51. SFC Ton says:

    Thanks for picking up my slack Farmboy!

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  52. SFC Ton says:

    I grew up in neighborhood that I think most would classify as “UMC”, but it had a lot of self-made men from blue collar backgrounds.
    …….

    As one of them, we are in no way part of the UMC. Not overtly hostile but most def each group is some version of “other”

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  53. Farm Boy says:

    GLENN GREENWALD: You know other than Russia-gate I don’t think we have been deluged with as much propaganda since the claim of the Iraqi WMDs back in 2002 as we have over the last month, or so or six weeks, about the riot at the Capitol. I cannot overstate how desperately important to liberals it is to cling to the maximalist narrative what happened. They don’t accept it if they say it’s a protest that went out of control and became violent or even a riot. They insist it has to be an armed insurrection as we just heard, or even a coup attempt. Why is that? In part they want to elevate fear levels about their political adversaries to make everybody think they are fighting not just conservatives, or people with the different ideology, but domestic terrorists who tried to overthrow the government. Also because they are intent to introducing a whole set of new laws that will vast be FBI and the CIA and the NSA, under Joe Biden, immense powers on American soil against American citizens which will happen to be directed also at the political adversaries. So they are desperate to maintain the mythology about what happened that day.

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2021/03/05/greenwald_if_left_can_create_narrative_the_country_is_always_under_threat_they_can_expand_mass_surveillance.html

    [Very true this is]

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  54. Farm Boy says:

    Commanded by a leftennant

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  55. Farm Boy says:

    Palace staff nicknamed Prince Harry “the hostage” on the eve of his wedding to Meghan Markle in 2018, according to reports.

    https://pagesix.com/2021/03/06/prince-harry-nicknamed-the-hostage-ahead-of-royal-wedding/

    [Ever be free he will?]

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  56. Farm Boy says:

    Biden: ‘Indian-Descent Americans Are Taking Over the Country.“

    Can you even imagine if the previous president had said this out loud into a microphone?

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/436544/

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  57. Jack says:

    @Barmy,
    Thanks for sharing. I’ll be looking forward to reading your posts in the future.
    Welcome to Spawny’s Space!

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  58. Cheque d'Out says:

    [Perhaps a “British Understatement” this is]

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  59. Cheque d'Out says:

    A Brexit border between the Republic of Ireland and the rest of the EU?! (4k)

    All politics aside (not actually possible), this makes much sense for the normal people of the UK and ROI. The ROI does a lot of trade with the UK, it makes sense for the shared border to be as minimal as possible for all involved.

    Sadly (shrugs) it does mean that the ROI is likely dragged into any cuntery the eu plays with UK trade. Perhaps the ROI will realise that the EU sees them as just a pawn in the ongoing Brexit war.

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  60. Cheque d'Out says:

    Demanding that a woman pays the consequences of her alleged chicanery and plotting?

    We’ll see. She seems to be absolutely shame-proof.

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  61. https://ninetymilesfromtyranny.blogspot.com/2021/03/big-tech-is-getting-15-percent-discount.html

    “This is an unkept intrusion of foreign workers that gives benefits to people like big tech to bring in folks from China, and from Pakistan, and from India, and one of the problems that exists here is that you get a 15.5 percent discount to hire them over American citizens,” Gosar said. “That 15.5 percent discount is the FICA [Federal Insurance Contribution Act] withholding tax that puts money into Social Security and Medicare.”

    Indeed, the OPT program provides a tax incentive, and thus a subsidy paid for by American taxpayers, for corporations to hire foreign workers over Americans. Every year, about half a million foreign students enrolled in U.S. universities secure American white-collar jobs through the OPT program.

    Corporations such as Amazon, Google, Deloitte, and Intel employ thousands of OPT foreign workers over American STEM graduates every year — reaping a more than 15 percent discount because the employers can evade at least $20 billion to $30 billion in FICA taxes over the years.

    As Breitbart News has reported, there are nearly 500,000 Chinese students in the U.S. in any given year — more than any other nation — taking seats in university classrooms and looking to eventually obtain OPT authorization to take entry-level jobs in white-collar professions.

    Gosar said the OPT program, by exempting employers and foreign workers from paying FICA taxes, is increasing Medicare’s insolvency.

    “Isn’t it interesting now that we just got the new numbers for the insolvency of Medicare coming up shortly in 2024,” Gosar said. “These are people not putting in, or these companies are not putting that money into those programs, and yet they’ll be eligible down the road to get that, so it’s a double-dipping. So we have to highlight what doesn’t work.”

    Don’t bother learning to code. Or at least don’t go college for it. Learn a trade. The Chinese aren’t flooding the trades, though the Mexicans do seem to be moving up to more complex construction jobs around here.

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  62. Looks like pre-gravel to me. Sign was just a bit premature.

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  63. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    What do you mean by “I don’t hear welders run down our old money folks” Are you referring to the 19th century American industrialism? Car manufacturing, oil industries, gold…vs 21st century commercialism – tech, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data…? So cities like Austin where there is currently a successful present/past of 19th and 21th century industrialism/commercialism blend? Has America diverged completely away from large scale production and started importing more resources from the Latin America’s and has this spread down into what Parker was stating over at Spawnys about about lower costs for lower quality goods has American went fully commercial? And is it able to compete with the Asian world? I don’t know anything about this. Maybe I’m misunderstanding? And thank you for sharing this with me about yourself what type of classical guitar pieces do you play? I have heard only more modern pieces being played on guitar the Film production Studio Ghabil often uses this sort of music.

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  64. Farm Boy says:

    Arizona State U. Dean: Grading student’s writing assignments based on quality / accuracy “is racist and promotes white language supremacy”

    https://notthebee.com/article/arizona-state-u-dean-grading-writing-assignments-based-on-quality-is-racist-and-promotes-white-language-supremacy

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  65. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Looks like pre-gravel to me. Sign was just a bit premature”

    Some disassembly required(?)

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  66. Cill says:

    Class is a matter of fuck-wittery for me. Half yiz are fucks and the other half are wits and I’d like to know which are the Fuckor and which are the Fuckee and which of y’all are putting forth as the other?

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  67. SFC Ton says:

    No sir, I am talking about locally we have blue collar guys and folks whos family have had money for generations and how the two groups interact

    Culturally rural wealthy Southerns and everyday Southern folk are still relatively similar and don’t talk bad about each other. We all still tend to hunt or fish, eat at the same bbq joints, go to the same churches, drive trucks etc etc typically wealthy guys habe nice trucks and better hunting clubs but there is still enough common ground that we don’t see each other as…. well “other”.

    Same is true racially. Expect for the church part. Rural White folk and rural Black folk hunt, fish etc and get along well enough. It’s rural White folk and the wanna be gangsters and transplant blacks that collide. It’s a tough spot for a lot of rural Black dudes to be in

    As for resources extraction…. i dont know. There is a paper mill not far from here that sends all of its paper to Japan and one of the worlds large pig slaughter house that sends a crap ton of pork to China and the dark meat off my chickens end up in Porta Rico….. I think. Americans mostly eat white meat so thighs and legs go somewhere. Though that is changing as America becomes less White, but most of what North Carolina produces gets consumed here in the USA.

    America’s posistion in the global market is really weird. We are balls deep in it but still mostly export to Canda and Mexico. And becuase of how fucked over we are, a lot of what comes into the USA from those places arent considered imports.

    Has to do with the Brentwood accords and internal trade politics but I’m not well reversed in the details

    To help explain how weird our ecnnmoy is…. I think we make more Japanese and German cars in Southern US states then we make American cars up north.

    North Carolina is mostly a farming state but Raleigh ain’t a small player in the tech and medical/ pharmaceutical field. Charlotte is number 2 in banking ( or was last time I checked) Wilmington is number 3 or 4 for the entertainment industry. We have two very strong but very different trouist economies, we have two Ivy league of the South colleges serious money, and maybe three of them, depending on how you define it) a thriving car parts manufacturing base…… it’s pretty diverse and I recently read the Dutch like outsourcing their higher end manufacturing to North Carolina.

    All that to say, I can’t really answer your question

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  68. Farm Boy says:

    Ethics professor who advises Cuomo caught scrubbing nursing home deaths from report by health officials

    https://www.thecollegefix.com/ethics-professor-who-advises-cuomo-scrubs-nursing-home-deaths-from-report-by-health-officials/

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  69. SFC Ton says:

    Don’t bother learning to code. Or at least don’t go college for it. Learn a trade
    ……

    A man I know through my son in law does IT for robots. Makes serious cash, did a bunch of 1-3 week classes but is an industrial electrician by trade. That dude makes bank and is heavily recruited but I hope more folks get the message about learning to code.

    And engineers face the same thing, according to that same son in law

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  70. Cill says:

    Class is conformity to everything within your class and blindness to everything below it. It is impossible for anyone in the top class not to be classist 😉

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  71. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    @SFC Ton No I completely misinterpreted what you were saying I get it now – “I am talking about locally we have blue collar guys and folks whos family have had money for generations and how the two groups interact” really fascinating learnt a few things from you today thanks for breaking it down for me. What you added about learning a trade and leaving coding till afterwards is exactly what my older is doing he is a marine electrician. I’ve enjoyed talking with you.

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  72. RichardP says:

    @Barmy (aka canyougiveme …) said:

    @RichardP Thank you for that I really agree with parts of it. Have you heard of the Jane Eyre quote I am paraphrasing this so might be slightly wrong but remember it as follows “Nothing of any significance ever happens in the public domain”

    Yes, I have heard of that quote. Couldn’t have told you where it came from though.

    I had written an expanded version of what I actually posted upthread. But I hit some button by accident and my screen reverted to the previous page – loosing everything I had written. I didn’t have it in me to try to reconstruct what I had written.

    I had just read a lengthy, well-written article on the subject of why the Marx revolution didn’t happen spontaneously as Marx had theorized (the author claiming that the Russian revolution was a forced one; the repressed workers didn’t rise up spontaneously). My comments were a brief summary of the argument made in that article. What I actually posted after my initial writing disappeared was an even briefer, to the point of maybe not being understandable, summary of the article.

    That article would have made an exellent companion piece to what Barmy (aka canyougiveme… ) wrote. But I can’t find the link. I think it was maybe given by a commenter inside of some other thread at Drehr’s place or The American Thinker. If I run across it, I will post it and reference this thread.

    re. ton’s comments, and what I have experienced in my own life: It seems that folks who are comfortable in their own skin can mix and mingle and bond around shared experiences, regardless of the size of their bank account or whether they are top management or worker bee. We are all human, after all. And hunting is hunting. Golfing is golfing. Whether you are the owner of the company, or the guy who vacuums the rugs every night. In the duck blind, or stalking the elk, you are either good at what each of those takes, or you are not. That is something to bond over regardless of “class” position.

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  73. Cill says:

    Any of us think we are in the wrong class?

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  74. Farm Boy says:

    It’s been a tough year. We’ve lost many of the greats! It’s important to reflect on alll the good times we got to have with our loved ones, though. So let’s sit back and pour out a non-alcoholic beverage of your choice for the homies, as we take a journey back over the past year and remember those who have been canceled.

    https://babylonbee.com/news/gone-but-not-forgotten-remembering-the-cultural-icons-weve-lost

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    Any of us think we are in the wrong class?

    I do think I would make a better king than Charles

    [Give you speech lessons like George VI received I could]

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  76. Farm Boy says:

    I just think it’s strange that the people who told us they were Anti-Authoritarian for five years straight are now the most rabid advocates for permanent martial law and permanent suspension of even the most basic civil liberties. Isn’t that strange? It’s almost as if they were never Anti-Authoritarian at all.

    http://ace.mu.nu/

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  77. King Charles?

    Sweetest little bitch I’d ever met.

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    New York Times columnist and racial justice author Charles M. Blow has taken aim at an old Looney Tunes character, Pepe Le Pew, to cancel the romantic French skunk for promoting “rape culture.”

    https://thepostmillennial.com/nyt-columnist-pepe-le-pew-added-to-rape-culture

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  79. Sharkly says:

    Any of us think we are in the wrong class?

    I am your King!

    [Take control you should]

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  80. Farm Boy says:

    Also I wouldn’t have had anything to do with Meghan Markle or any SJW like that. So maybe I am better than royal.

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  81. Farm Boy says:

    Newsom COVID ‘Equity’ Plan: Vaccinate 2 Million Latinos or California Won’t Reopen. This Should Work Out Well.

    https://pjmedia.com/uncategorized/victoria-taft/2021/03/05/newsom-covid-equity-plan-vaccinate-2-million-latinos-or-california-wont-reopen-this-should-work-out-well-n1430322

    [Sounds like collective punishment it does.
    Illegal by the Geneva Convention it is]

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  82. SFC Ton says:

    Well I reckon most people probably have a foot in one SES and one foot in another SES

    I also reckon the 20% at the bottom and the 10% at the top are likely solidly entrenched

    [Ton for USA King endorse I do]

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  83. Larry G says:

    late for the party again. I would apologize but I don’t really think anyone gives a fuck.. Been in a pissing contest most of the day with a tin plated asshole, a non-productive use of my time

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  84. Larry G says:

    oookay…once the China Plague is past, the murder hornets are under control, all insane Demoncunts are safely locked up…this is the next nature fuckery on the horizon

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  85. SFC Ton says:

    I threw an orange into a trail of army ants down in the Amazon

    Man them rascals went to work with a quickness

    But really I have a low opinion of ants. Nasty little fuckers and fire ants are just another unwelcome immigrant from mexico

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  86. Cill says:

    I am your King!

    And to whom shall my liege bestow the coveted title of Keeper Of The Royal Stool?

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  87. Sharkly says:

    Can’t the piss-boy serve double duty? What are we feeding him for? Off with his head! Oh wait, I gotta pee first. Never mind, piss-boy, I see a long and illustrious manhood ahead of you.

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  88. Farm Boy says:

    Liz and friend performing ping pong ball tricks

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  89. Ame says:

    Larry, i refuse to ‘like’ that!

    [Boob-hater you are]

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  90. Ame says:

    last night Oldest and i headed over to my sister’s to spend time with Aspie-Girl before they flew to florida today. i had intended to get over there earlier, but we had that nasty weather in texas … then i got this stupid sick thing, so it was my first time to go over since she moved.

    anyway, i was very, very pleased. Aspie-Girl was very peaceful, content, and confident. she is diligently working on the things my sister is helping her with, and this is increasing her confidence.

    our dad called while we were there, and i talked to him for a little bit. i went over, again, how they need to be protective of Aspie-Girl and not leave her alone – not even to go to the restroom in public. she’s done the research, and she fits many of the parameters for being high on human trafficking lists, and it’s spring break time in florida. my sister got a little snotty over that and asked how i knew that, so i told her that Aspie-Girl, herself, has done the research and is the one who told me. Aspie-Girl just sat calmly the whole time. once i said that, both my sister and dad perked up.

    their flight arrived fine. Aspie-Girl was with my dad in the grocery store. i know she’ll be a great help to my dad and his wife, helping in the kitchen with cooking and cleaning and whatever else they need. and i know they will not leave her alone in public and visit non-tourist parts of the beach together.

    it’s humbling, as a parent, to know that i can’t be *every*thing my daughters need. i’ve known for a long time that my Aspie-Girl needed more than i could give in several critical areas and had been praying and waiting for God to show us what to do, so when she and my sister talked about her moving in while they traveled at thanksgiving, i just knew in my spirit that this was an answer to prayer.

    it’s not been without a bit of anxiety on my part for a lot of reasons, but it seems that God’s got that all covered, too 🙂

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  91. Ame says:

    on the way home last night, Oldest got her first road kill! unfortunately, it was a skunk!!! fortunately she swerved and it only nipped that back right tire. unfortunately most carwashes were closed. fortunately we found one that was open.

    we could still smell it after the carwash, so we thought this other carwash that is more thorough would be open since the gas station store is 24 hours, so we headed that way only to find it had closed. boo. so we went back through the first one a second time. today, smell is gone! whew! we dodged a huge bullet with that one!

    and Oldest has a great story! lol!

    [Eat it she did?]

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  92. Ame says:

    miss BV, too, Liz, but i think he got tired of me saying so.

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  93. Ame says:

    Sharkly
    6h ago
    Any of us think we are in the wrong class?

    I am your King!

    LOLOL!

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  94. Cheque d'Out says:

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  95. Farm Boy says:

    Governor Greg Gianforte: “If making data-driven decisions to reopen, loving freedom, and trying to get back to normal is what a Neanderthal would do, then well, I guess you can count me as one.”

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/03/montana-gov-blasts-biden-if-making-data-driven-decisions-to-reopen-is-what-a-neanderthal-would-do-then-count-me-as-one/

    [Wonder what Moe would do I do ]

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  96. Cheque d'Out says:


    They really are poor at thinking things through, aren’t they?

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  98. Cheque d'Out says:

    Great news everyone! There IS a plan!

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  99. Cheque d'Out says:

    He’s right, you know

    BTW As well as a pay rise the staff also get an automatic annual pay increment. Ain’t no rNHS ‘workers’ starving, even the ones that are actually working

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  100. Cheque d'Out says:

    https://www.mgtow.tv/watch/marriage-proposal-goes-wrong-usa_Crs9zYxTuoyAjKV.html
    Sounds like England to me. I think that you can see the exact second that her heart broke.

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  101. Larry G says:

    CdO, can’t say I have any sympathy for the proposing female in that video, she got her attention, party and moment in the spotlight, just not the man…brilliant

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  102. Liz says:

    I’ll never understand why people do that (propose publicly).
    Cringy stuff.

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  103. Liz says:

    Actually I do know…to place pressure on the recipient.

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  104. Larry G says:

    But it was soooooo MODERN and edgy, Liz! The She got on her knee and looked up adoringly at the cuc…er, man with a ring box in her hand, cheering throng in the background. What’s not to like?

    My “proposal” was a bit lower key…her dad set the price and I paid for her, done deal.

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  105. professorGBFMtm2021 says:

    EVERYBODY
    Seen the”WE GOTTA BE LESS WHITE” video of BUDDY BROWN TRUCK-SESSIONS from a week ago in response to coca-cola or his ”offended” in honor of mr.potato-head yesterday?

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  106. Liz says:

    Still remember that acquaintance a few years back who bought herself an engagement ring then announced their engagement. In her case she didn’t even ask.
    Charles Dickens had a story about something like that in the day.
    But back then, the “bride to be” just quietly went crazy and stayed alone in her home,

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  107. Larry G says:

    WHAT???? “Still remember that acquaintance a few years back who bought herself an engagement ring then announced their engagement. In her case she didn’t even ask.”

    Soo, the hubby to be just kinda nodded when the She announced the engagement? That is a bit less than having a full grip on reality

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  108. Liz says:

    Soo, the hubby to be just kinda nodded when the She announced the engagement?

    Not sure…After she put on the ring, I never saw them in the same room together.

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  109. Larry G says:

    I got a serious laugh off of that, Liz. The “visual” is entertaining.

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  110. Larry G says:

    I’ll be back in awhile, I have a bipod to fit on the AR this morning

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  111. Cheque d'Out says:

    I must be getting soft. While I was very glad that he said no, I had no joy at her hopes being crushed publicly.

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  112. Cheque d'Out says:

    It’s time, I reckon. He did huge things. Bravo.

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  113. Farm Boy says:

    Does anybody have suggestion of how to be less white and the impact of such?

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  114. Farm Boy says:

    But Raskin wants more than that. His objection is that his wealthy home county isn’t ahead of the other counties in percentage of population vaccinated. He doesn’t explain why people in smaller counties should be sent to the back of the line.

    There’s a far simpler explanation, although this doesn’t please the media or Democrats either: Vaccines are going to old people, and some counties have older populations. In fact, Kent, Talbot, and Worcester, the three counties with the highest vaccination rates, are the three counties with the highest share of over-65 population.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/ron-desantis-and-larry-hogan-are-vaccinating-old-people-democrats-and-the-media-are-angry-about-it

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  115. Liz says:

    They’d been high school sweethearts, both lifeguards back then.
    She broke up with him and moved away. Both got married and then divorced.
    She looked him up on Facebook thirty years later “we’re both single! It’s meant to be!”
    But now she was old and fat.
    There was another Charles Dickens story about that sort of thing also.

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  116. Liz says:

    Flora:

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  117. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    Any sort of advert PDA is cringy asking her to marry him or her asking him to marry her in such a public circumstance is the equivalent to the second hand embarrassment you get when walking in dog poo where you can’t get it off and have to walk the rest of journey home hoping nobody will notice the mess on your shoes I don’t think a public proposal is in itself an overplayed cliche it’s the discreetness of the final act the tension and intimacy of waiting to tell everyone (I think there is a discrepancy being taught and tolerated between openness and shamefulness)

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  119. Larry G says:

    well, the bipod fits well and is sturdy enough for recoil…now on to FBs question
    “Does anybody have suggestion of how to be less white and the impact of such?” My suggestions to be less white….
    1. Get a REALLY good tan sans sunblock
    2. One can of black shoe polish, apply liberally on that nasty white skin
    3 Wear a black burqa that way no one can tell you are really a honky
    4. Roll in the mud screaming “Black Lifes Matta” Pay attention to the grammar, “cracker
    5. Of course you can always spray Gorilla Glue in you frizzy hair for the darkish “do”

    Gimme a few minutes and I’ll come up with a few ‘mo.

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  120. Farm Boy says:

    Media Using Same ‘Anonymous Sources’ Tactic for Capitol Hill Riot That Propelled Russia Hoax

    “according to a law enforcement official”

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2021/03/media-using-same-anonymous-sources-tactic-for-capitol-hill-riot-that-propelled-russia-hoax/

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  121. horsemanbombadil says:

    There are two classes.

    The Useful/Skilled and everybody else.

    At one time I had a closet just for my suits because that was my job as a administrator.
    Now I dress in layers of functional clothes to do dirty work that provides tangible results.

    The biggest class distinction is not what you Have ( a Mercedes) that can be leased, in debted, otherwise faked but what you Do Not Have to do. The Fuck You. (Debt free, 6 months of food, year’s expenses in cash). Those in the true upper class can say to the lower class Fuck You and walk away.

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  122. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    Also I think the proposee believes that they are showing there declaration of love to the other person when in fact compared to the recipient and outsiders it becomes flashy “Hey look at me how great am I done all this to woo you I want to spend all my time with you my whole life showing just how much I care about you” forgetting that discreetness and touch of intimacy that being “I want this to be a moment we both remember and a time in our lives that we both can look back on later on in our lives when we got married and started to plan the rest of our lives together” the next part in doing that is telling all our friend and family….that we are committed to that future there is no bonding in the other scenario

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  123. horsemanbombadil says:

    F u.

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  124. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    You basically just wrote everything I wanted to express but couldn’t articulate

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  125. Larry G says:

    Horseman, most excellent video…White Rules to Live By

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  126. horsemanbombadil says:

    Best example ever.

    Walken “I am a millionaire. I lose 80 grand I get another 80 grand.”
    He is playing to win not because he HAS TO win.

    P.s. Why I always call ultimatiums.
    “Do this or..” (Interrupts) “Else. Ok Else, lets go.”
    (Except maybe a gunfight, its been decades since my discharge.)

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  127. Larry G says:

    canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah

    I forgot to introduce myself (not really I’m just lazy and inconsiderate). As you can see, I am usually referred to as as “Your Majesty”, “Hey You”, “The Fucking Old Guy” or “Larry G” whichever you prefer. Ex 82nd Airborne, ex husband to a slut, present husband to a Foreign gem of a lady (28 years married this year), I speak three languages fair and one I can just cuss and insult in (Korean). Gladtameetcha

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  128. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    Nice to meet you Larry thanks for introducing yourself to me

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  129. horsemanbombadil says:

    I am not rich but I am in Fuck You.
    Enough savings to cover my minimal lifestyle, no debt, paid for vehicles, useful skills, social credit with a network of tradesmen\farmers\Amish I can barter with.

    To the corporate, social media, political world….Fuck You..and the horse you rode in on.

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  130. Larry G says:

    I do hope you realize that you have fallen into a shady, seedy pub crowd…still time to escape if you have a mind to

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  131. Larry G says:

    canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah

    might be easy to misspell once in awhile, how about Cmitz when I address you?

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  132. horsemanbombadil says:

    Your Majesty?

    THE Larry. Maybe. Mostly cause no one else here is named Larry.

    Barby (that name is way too long)

    Horseman here. Proud Canuck. Mid 50s. Ex grunt (two tours Yugo), ex administrator of a government facility. Self employed tradesman\farmhand. Caretaker of 5 draft horses, one old dog, various barn cats and the last good woman for the last 35 years.

    If we start picking on you, we like you

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  133. Larry G says:

    damn you’re right, “Your Majesty” is already taken by some old woman on a European island..my apologies

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  134. Larry G says:

    and on a white glove….

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  135. Larry G says:

    Skippy’s words of wisdom….

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  136. Larry G says:

    a waste of a few thousand Euros, jump ahead to 1:49 to skip all the German Jabber

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  137. Larry G says:

    Please be assured that no midgets or dwarfs were injured or killed producing this video

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  138. Cheque d'Out says:

    Looks like UK numbers. I don’t know why they’d jab the gravid as they’re doing over 50s iirc. So they may have other issues or may be those in higher risk jobs

    https://dailyexpose.co.uk/2021/03/07/number-of-women-who-have-lost-baby-as-a-result-of-covid-jab-doubles/

    We don’t do Moderna here AFAIK. I guess that that’d be in the Pfizer ballpark

    Being a shit website there’s no at-a-glance this no. jabbed. this no. preggers jabbed. for each jab and a comparison between the jabs.

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  139. Cheque d'Out says:

    “Please be assured that no midgets or dwarfs were injured or killed producing this video”
    *ahem* PORGs? Pilots Of Reduced Growth?

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  140. Cheque d'Out says:

    Dis gonna b gud

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  141. Cheque d'Out says:

    Bloody hell! That stuff is full force bollox ^^^ No mercy

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  142. Farm Boy says:

    Three states announced they were ending the absurd yearlong “mask mandates,” and the left’s collective head exploded in outrage.

    The reason is because this isn’t about public health anymore, or even politics, if it ever was. COVID is now the state religion, and the decisions by these GOP governors aren’t seen as a policy dispute, they’re considered heresy.

    Only an infidel or an apostate denies that there is a … mild seasonal virus out there. Half the population cowers in abject terror

    https://www.bostonherald.com/2021/03/04/covid-has-the-karens-and-biden-voters-cowering/

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  143. Larry G says:

    Road Kill Recipes….do not waste nature’s bounty

    http://deadfood.com/

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  144. Larry G says:

    two delightful recipes for road kill skunk…aaand where is Sumo when his expertise is so sorely needed?

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  145. Cheque d'Out says:

    You’re a sick man, Larry. I highly doubt that this accusation comes as a surprise.

    1 lb road kill cat filets 2 tbsp. buttermilk 1 tbsp. margarine 1/2 cup corn bread stuffing mix; crushed 1/8 tsp. salt 1/8 tsp. ground red pepper Turn under any thin edges of cat. In […]

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  146. Larry G says:

    LOL! That has been mentioned in polite social conversation once in awhile, yes

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  147. Cheque d'Out says:

    Sadly Vention had bad cancer news in the last week. I’m sure that he doesn’t this shit

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  148. Larry G says:

    just wondering which kind of wine goes with Hedgehog Spaghetti, white or rose?

    Hedgehog Spaghetti Carbonara
    500 grams spaghetti 30 ml olive oil 250 grams lean hedgehog 1 medium onion; chopped 125 ml water 60 ml parmesan cheese; grated Chop hedgehog into small chunks. Beat eggs and cream together in a […]

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  149. Cheque d'Out says:

    As if more evidence were required, Larry

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  150. SFC Ton says:

    Some of those things are Speical occasion treats in Louisiana and Appalachia

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  151. Ame says:

    LOL!

    I had a quick flash thought that he was cute concurrently with, “Oh, no!” It was not a baby but not fully grown.

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  152. Ame says:

    LOL! Gotta love it when Larry’s on a roll!

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  153. SFC Ton says:

    I am not rich but I am in Fuck You.
    Enough savings to cover my minimal lifestyle, no debt, paid for vehicles, useful skills, social credit with a network of tradesmen\farmers\Amish I can barter with
    ……..

    Little column A…. little column B

    The money I made down range means my retirement and VA check covers the bills. More than since there is no payments beyond cellphone, car insurance, power etc etc.

    Which means all the money I’ve made since about 2005 has been to have more money in some other hustle

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  154. Cill says:

    I do hope you realize that you have fallen into a shady, seedy pub crowd

    That wouldn’t include me, would it Larry? I’m innocent.

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  155. Larry G says:

    awright…I got some serious shit to do today so this is the absolute last one…

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  156. Farm Boy says:

    ‘Space Jam’ Reboot Director Says He’s Shocked At How Politically Incorrect ‘Lola Bunny’ Was In Original Movie, Vows To Make Her More Plain Looking

    https://www.weaselzippers.us/465595-space-jam-reboot-director-says-hes-shocked-at-how-politically-incorrect-lola-bunny-was-in-original-movie-vows-to-make-her-more-plain-looking/

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  157. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder if I would be allowed so many bites at the apple

    Top Leader In Albany Said Cuomo Should Resign If Accusers Hits “4”. Now Totally Silent As Count Hits 5

    https://www.weaselzippers.us/465592-top-leader-in-albany-said-cuomo-should-resign-if-accusers-hits-4-now-totally-silent-as-count-hits-5/

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  158. Cheque d'Out says:

    Step aside Sherlock!

    Hammerhand investigates why Wendy Williams and Leslie Jones are single
    https://www.mgtow.tv/watch/mgtow-monk-hammerhand-roasts-the-wendy-williams-show-and-leslie-jones_89AuXVYFUZ35LbT.html

    I believe that he might have got to the rock bottom of this mystery

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  159. SFC Ton says:

    Those in the true upper class can say to the lower class Fuck You and walk away.
    …….

    The true upper class don’t care about the economy. They make bank when the economy sucks and they make bank when the economy is rolling.

    They don’t care about collapses because those are opportunities to buy more assets at a discount.

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  160. Cheque d'Out says:

    FTR I only know who the one on the left is from hate-watching* Ghostbusters 2016. No clue about the one dressed up as a particularly unconvincing faux leather PVC covered sofa.

    * I watched it and I hated it. Not one laugh

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  161. horsemanbombadil says:

    Cill? Innocent??

    That’s like saying Sumo is less than Mighty!

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  162. Sharkly says:

    Does anybody have suggestion of how to be less white and the impact of such?

    Wut ju talkin’ bout foo?
    The Wiggers pioneered all this back in the 80’s!
    I’ll provide a Whiteness-detraining video below:

    WORD; To yo mutha.

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  163. molly says:

    LOL Cill is innocent as a stoat in an empty chicken house! HAHAHAHA!
    (chortle)
    (chuckle)

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  164. Cheque d'Out says:

    Not every great idea succeeds in the marketplace

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  165. Cheque d'Out says:

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  166. canyougivemetheskinnyonthebogusbarmitzvah says:

    I said this to my father when this whole pandemic just hit we were talking about social media influencers in conversation he did not understand how these Tik Tok, Twitch, Onlyfans, Snapchat Premium accounts worked I was explaining to him how It didnt work primarily that these were business leads/funnels for there brands he did not get it after trying to explain to him he would just tell me that this is advertising which I suppose in a way they are and he is right but I tried to add that most of these influencers are broke and are renting cars, mansions in the beginning with money they can’t afford to pay and use this to funnel people in with there lifestyle then once getting some traction and circulation transitioning into getting a bunch of free stuff I.E company’s will offer them free stuff, rent free cars, mansions and hotel stays to brand there lifestyle to there audiences in turn helping these business attract people in relation to what you said about “They don’t care about collapses because those are opportunities to buy more assets at a discount” I seen lots of millionaires buying jets during the time these big commercial flight company’s couldn’t run trips on mass level and faced restrictions it’s pretty sad to see people like the UFC chairman do this he suddenly became this 51 year old tween spending his time with influencers like Logan Paul and Jake Paul which is cool and all if he was a youthful guy and nothing wrong with being young at heart but I never seen that dude hang with anyone of his own age or IQ basically now he does UFC fights on private islands and flys out a bunch of influencers to watch the fights and he has now started to create these mock fights fights for influencers but the reality is most self proclaimed influencers are broke and living on free hand outs another story is using females “models” and I say that loosely the girl next door now is your new supermodel… anyhow that has its own version of leads and funnels…it’s nothing new! we really started to see this with emergence of rappers like Bow Wow and Soulja boy with ridiculous chains and cars!

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  167. Cheque d'Out says:


    I’ve hardly ever done this.

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  168. SFC Ton says:

    Dana White is worth 500 mill or there abouts so I’m sure he knows what he’s doing on marketing etc during the covid

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  169. In the J curve
    2 hours ago
    I don’t approach women for 2 reasons:

    1. If things go bad I could be fired or arrested
    2. If things go well, I could lose half my stuff

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  170. Farm Boy says:

    First-stage testing of the experimental COVID-19 pill called Molnupiravir, by Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics, showed promising signs of effectiveness in reducing the virus in patients.

    “It may be the holy grail on this because it was just studied in phase two trials and it literally stopped the virus in its tracks,” he explained. “And there wasn’t any virus found in the patients that were studied.”

    https://www.foxnews.com/health/covid-19-pill-preliminary-testing-dr-marc-siegel

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  171. horsemanbombadil says:

    The only things I care about, horses, self reliance, and pulling food from the good earth.

    Take a day on the farm over my old corner office any day.

    And no it’s not me, I’m not That old.

    Oh shut up…

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  172. Ame says:

    Horseman, if you are *that* old, then I’m in a heap of trouble 😂

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  173. Farm Boy says:

    I wonder how the Harry/Meghan thing went

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  174. Farm Boy says:

    Rayciss

    Meghan Markle revealed Sunday night that members of the royal family discussed with Prince Harry how dark their son’s skin might be

    https://pagesix.com/2021/03/07/meghan-markle-says-royal-family-had-concerns-over-sons-skin-color

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  175. Gunner Q says:

    “Road Kill Recipes….do not waste nature’s bounty”

    Is this for real? Serious question. On of my New Year’s Resolutions is to learn how to hunt, kill and/or skin varmint such as squirrel and rat. Don’t steer me wrong, bro!

    Although I’ll be civilized and use my airgun, not my front bumper.

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