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Wait, they're not meant to be used for years? 2 comments
guest_ · 17 hours ago
For what you things cost- I’ll tell you when you are finished, and spoiler alert, after you’re too dull to use for my face anymore that doesn’t mean mean your work is done. No. It is only just the beginning.
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Fillosuffee 3 comments
guest_ · 18 hours ago
Though there is another form of government that is a “weism,” communism. This man was a Marxist, so I’m sure he was aware of this. That’s how communism works. By being alive and in a communism you give permission to be a “we” or “us.” There is no “I” in Red, unless you happen to be one of the elites who gets to speak for the “us,” and then the “us” is “I”. So I mean- it gets point for sounding profound. Certainly it would appeal especially to a certain teenage angsty mentality that rejects conformity and has a strong sense of personal superiority. It is a fitting philosophy that both the far right and far left can embrace as suits their political needs and interpretations, and there is a bit of truth here that requires qualifiers- certainly the use of “we” and such CAN be an attempt to subvert or silence dissent. Though “all” is quite the broad qualifier and the use of “we” or such likely shouldn’t elicit anymore suspicion than such mentality would warrant of any person regardless.
Fillosuffee 3 comments
guest_ · 18 hours ago
One cool thing I like about this though- if you believe this then you think binary gender is a crock. What? Simple- the attempt to Blake someone as a “man” or “woman” who have not given you permission to include them in that group with you, is sneaking your tribalism last customs is it not? Though some would argue to fact right? Which would mean this guy is again, taking nonsense. If I say: “we humans all live on earth” well- we do right? As far as we know? Some of us visit space, but we live on this planet. And, you are human no? Can one posses all the traits of a human and not be human? One may identify as non human, but are they non human? Hmmm… reconcile that one. Of course citizenship matters no? Many systems of government, like the American one- allow representatives to speak for the people. “We the people..” you have agreed to this by being one of the people. To not give permission you’d need to abandon your citizenship completely no?
Fillosuffee 3 comments
guest_ · 18 hours ago
Perhaps, though that is a nonsensical idea. How does one give permission? It would really be tacit wouldn't it? By association? “As a family we are going to have to help each other”
“Whoa there dad. Who is this “we..?”
“… the family? I just said. It’s right there..”
“I don’t recall giving you permission to include me in we…”
“Well… I didn’t actually ask for you. You were born and by law I can’t get rid of you, but you take my food and shelter, identify yourself with the family name, are on my family phone and medical plans, and participate in family gatherings and follow the rules, so I mean… even if we ignore the genetic fact we are family, you are included in this unit by association.”
“Wait.. WE are family..? Who is this we..?”
“Damnit boy. I told your mother a little cocaine wouldn’t make a difference on a fetus and I regret it everyday.”
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guest_ · 19 hours ago
And to be clear- I’m not saying everyone is an idiot (though arguably we are all. Including me.) when I say idiots, I am speaking to the idiots. If that applies to you then you are an idiot. If it doesn’t then those things aren’t speaking to you.
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guest_ · 19 hours ago
you have these and in a free country almost limitless freedom with them, and then enough people start abusing those freedoms, trolling and using their freedom to intentionally create issues out of petulance and pettiness and ignorance; not some activism or noble cause, just griefing and being miserable $hits. And so they took your toys away because you keep hitting other kids with them. Stop being idiots and start taking the responsibilities that come with freedom seriously and you won’t have problems like this. You can question authority and you can criticize those in power, you can’t spread lies and misinformation and dangerous unchecked idiocy because idiocy is bought by idiots and you idiots keep wrecking things and killing people by being dumb. We are approaching an age where you’re going to force a dystopia because we are going to have to just making being an idiot illegal. That’s not good if we end up there.
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guest_ · 19 hours ago
Also, that is all bull$hit I made up because this is stupid. The issue on social media and news is not questioning the government or the “elites.” Tags and such are being used to flag the sorts of disinformation and outright lies that have caused so many problems and even deaths in recent years.
There are too many idiots and they are ruining things for the rest of us so now they need to start cracking down in the internet because even if it started online you can’t call an insurrection a flash mob. It upsets me we are dealing with this tags and such but they won’t impact me at all. If you’re upset by these tags because they will impact you- you are probably one of the idiots who forced us into a position like this in the first place. They stopped teaching civics and that makes me sad almost everyday. We don’t even need civics. I know you all know Spider-Man or at least the memes. With great power comes great responsibility. Extreme freedoms, the power of the internet and modern tech,
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guest_ · 19 hours ago
That Socrates was a real disruptor. This famous quote is actually came from the historic moment that he gathered up thousands of his flowed and stormed the senate because the elites had obviously faked the votes in the last election. While his death is often erroneously reported as 399 BC, Socrates actually lived into the early 400’s but he was reported dead by those in power to try and stop his subversive movements which by then had made him the 8th wealthiest man in the Greek world, possessing a palace as large as the capital and an equal army in his vast followers.
So Socrates actually witnessed the plague of Athens and at the time warned the people against trusting the government. The government was telling people to distance and stay indoors to avoid spreading the deadly plague, but Socrates knew of their foolish elite games and told everyone in Greece not to listen. It was an obvious ploy meant to control the people and the plague was probably made up.
Winston Churchill to Neville Chamberlain in the House of Commons, circa 1940 9 comments
guest_ · 19 hours ago
People comment often on the US and it’s global policing. It is not the job of place of the USA to police the world- the world should police itself as a global community. So when taking and reason and bargaining fail and every second spent talking g is in bad faith with an actor who is merely using the talk of peace to stall while they work at winning an aggressive war, you have to make a call. It’s primitive and sad but it’s who we still are as humans. We haven’t grown past it. Force is the universal language. I hope we avoid world war. I hope that Russian sons and daughters return home to their families immediately and that Ukrainian lives can stop being destroyed and the world can stop holding its breath over the ambitions of of some old men holding on to ideas that already ran aground 40 odd years ago. Enough people have suffered for the wounded pride of old soviet war hawks who feel the power of an iron grip slipping away and long to bring back a time they felt powerful.
Winston Churchill to Neville Chamberlain in the House of Commons, circa 1940 9 comments
guest_ · 19 hours ago
So there is a lot to balance. War can change the path of a nation. The US drastically improved its wealth and power by simply choosing to not sit out a single war which it largely could have theoretically avoided. We live in a global community now. What happens across the world from us impacts us now and later. We should not push for war but we cannot allow unchecked aggression or create a standard that such actions sent just tolerated, but beneficial to the aggressor.
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Winston Churchill to Neville Chamberlain in the House of Commons, circa 1940 9 comments
guest_ · 19 hours ago
But they are still banking on a win. They are banking on being able to end this whole war in a way that the net result benefits Russia. The problem is attrition. To get an aggressor to relent they either need to walk away with something of enough value to make them feel it outweighs the costs of continuing, or they must be defeated to the point they have no will or capacity to fight. Russia is big and has lots of people. They send mercenaries and convicts and those who are more likely to go unnoticed in their society to reduce the impact and strain. With will power, Russia can sustain heavy human losses for almost indefinite periods.
A total defeat is unlikely and if pushed into a corner where a defeat seems possible they have nuclear threat or retaliation to fall back on. But if they are able to benefit from aggression the take away remains the same. That it profits their government or elites to wage these wars.
Winston Churchill to Neville Chamberlain in the House of Commons, circa 1940 9 comments
guest_ · 19 hours ago
So no decent and sane person wants world war. War generally sucks. No one, save perhaps pro Russian nationalists, asked Russia to invade Ukraine, almost everyone asked them to leave. Almost everyone then told them to leave. Almost everyone then warned them to leave, then almost everyone levied sanctions and such and said more would come if they didn’t leave. And they haven’t left. And they whine and moan about the unfair treatment and foreign aggression, and there is a simple deal to be made- the “west” can stop this “aggression” against Russia of Russia stops its aggression. We just cut out all the aggression. The ball is and has been in Russias court. The only people who are deciding if we go to world war or not are the Russians right now.
Winston Churchill to Neville Chamberlain in the House of Commons, circa 1940 9 comments
guest_ · 20 hours ago
So how does that proceed and which is better? Avoid world war by sitting out, maybe Russia loses on their own or maybe they win and stop with this next little piece. But maybe they then regroup and when they are ready they take another little piece and another. Even if they stopped their expansion at their former Soviet borders that’s not a great place to be at, the return of the USSR. Which- would probably lead to them taking little pieces here and there down the road. If not Europe or Scandinavia then Africa or South America perhaps, or maybe the islands, a way to extend nautical claims and strategic reach for global assets. The next battle waiting to be fought is space, there have already been weapons developed for the purpose and we’ve already had “accidents” up there resulting in damaged or destroyed infrastructure.
Winston Churchill to Neville Chamberlain in the House of Commons, circa 1940 9 comments
guest_ · 20 hours ago
So like a child trying pushing the boundaries to see what mommy or daddy will let them get away with, Russia decided to test the waters. If that test was met with no response or a weak response, they’d know they could get away with things. Really the world made this war happen when Russia didn’t get the shit slapped out of them for Crimea years back. We told Russia they could poke across the border and take. And that maybe was trying to avoid world war- a concession, fine, take that peninsula and stop there and we will all it square to avoid world war. And for a short time they stopped there. And then they poked back to take some more because of you let them sneak a piece once, they’d feel confident they could do it again.
Winston Churchill to Neville Chamberlain in the House of Commons, circa 1940 9 comments
guest_ · 20 hours ago
.. the power and prosperity of your country- why would you care? Let’s use.. Random pick here… Russia. So say Russia has treaties across Eastern Europe and they then violate those treaties by invading an Eastern European country to annex its land and resources. Well, they wouldn’t do that because then their other Eastern European treaties would look empty and Russia might not have good relations with other eastern euro countries right? Unless they were just going to absorb them all- then it wouldn’t matter much. But Western Europe and abroad might get upset. Well… Russia is a giant country with nukes and giant Allie’s with nukes, so they may feel pretty confident they can get away with some bullshit because who wants a world war, especially over a bunch of countries that until a few decades ago mostly were part of Russia anyway..?
Winston Churchill to Neville Chamberlain in the House of Commons, circa 1940 9 comments
guest_ · 20 hours ago
.. neighbors and allies and adversaries and alliances etc. get dragged in and you have world war. The problem is that both with these agreements but also with a general idea of sovereignty or peace, when that is violated if you do nothing, you’ve sent a message to the offender as well as anyone else out in the world that peace is a request not a rule. Remember that all these things like borders and sharing water ways and airspace and such- they’re all just concepts. They work because they are mostly agreed upon and it is mostly at any nations discretion to follow the rules and manners or not. The only real compelling reason anyone has to go with things is it offers them some sort of benefit. At the least, if you aren’t a nation that “plays well with others” you’ll tend to get shunned on the international stage, sanctioned economically and diplomatically and such. But- if you are self sufficient enough to not rely on such things or don’t care about international feelings as much as…
Winston Churchill to Neville Chamberlain in the House of Commons, circa 1940 9 comments
guest_ · 20 hours ago
No sane person wants a world war. They’re bad enough without nukes and cyber warfare. Diplomacy and cool heads, some compromise and concessions of pride can go a lot f way to preventing them. There comes a point though when your choices are basically world war or new world order. Alliances and treaties create formal friendly relations between nations, but they also create a threat of force against aggressive or hostile forces. The friendly relations of nations with pacts allows peaceful resolution of disputes and the threat of force often stops wars before they start. For this system to work those agreements must be more than empty promises. That means that when someone violates them or when someone calls for aid as promised in an agreement, there is a point where it must be honored to preserve the framework for peace. Country A attacks B, and country D and C have an agreement to help each other of attacked. So C fights A, but A has an agreement with D so D fights B and C, and then…
Having a birthday around Christmas time is just normal to me 5 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
So it’s tough perhaps for December babies often. For some December may feel like a month long party, but only if they don’t mind sharing the spotlight and not being the center of attention the whole time. For others it can feel like they have been forgotten or left out. One December baby friend of mine had a novel strategy. They told people their birthday was in the summer and that is when they would celebrate. Better weather, and peoples schedules generally more free as well as their budgets. It worked well for them.
Having a birthday around Christmas time is just normal to me 5 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
.. or partners, family parties, celebrating Xmas eve with your partner because that’s the “big day” for them and Xmas day with yours because that’s their big day, or mixed faith families having weeks of events and such. Then you have some employers who do more than one party, and you might have various “freindsmass” parties or similar gatherings, winter events and perhaps if you have kids even more events. So people can get tired out and financially drained, and then you have the fact that winter brings snow season which for many means the additional budget and time drain of skiiing or snowboarding or ice fishing or other winter activities and trips. Speaking of- the weather in many places isn’t too friendly in December. Unless you live in a handful of areas you probably can forget a bday bbq or water park trip or such. That’s if people can travel at all or want to travel in the weather.
Having a birthday around Christmas time is just normal to me 5 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
I mean- December babies often get shafted. Even if they or their families don’t celebrate Christmas, because asides the whole “one gift” thing- your own family or your friends and such are often busy in December. Lots of holidays across religions, lots of family trips and vacations and such. Wether you’re a kid or an adult it can be hard to get people together to celebrate, and if you plan to have your 21st or 30th or whatever “milestone year” birthday as some big thing like a tropical trip or cruise or whatever- yeah. Good luck. Winter travel tends to suck, holidays drive up prices and cause many or most travel methods to be packed up. Having a big once a decade bash or whatever that might cost $500-3000 or more to attend might fly in summer or such, but with their own travel and likely gift giving and celebrations most people feel the pinch around December and aren’t trying to spend loads of money on a party, not to mention people often get partied out. Their work party, a spouse…
Nah I'd definitely use it to have sex with something weird 11 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
If you think Earl Silverman was a hero, if you think he was a martyr of a noble cause- forget the time machine and save your canned speech about how “females” have it easy- instead go donate to one of the men’s shelters that are open. Write your representatives a coherent letter telling them you want to see funding for male abuse victims. Go volunteer, sponsor a bill, start a petition, picket, vote, do all the things that people who felt their civil rights were in danger or being ignored have done that have shown to bear fruit with persistence and a just cause for hundreds of years. If women say around and bitched about how easy men had it or how if they had a Time Machine they would have helped out instead of protests and pickets and appeals and actual work, they still probably wouldn’t have a vote in most of the world. You don’t need a Time Machine, you can do something NOW, in the present. If you aren’t, if you won’t, then you wouldn’t put the effort to go back and time to help.
Nah I'd definitely use it to have sex with something weird 11 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
That’s where advocacy comes in- and advocating for things men need is often done by venomous manlets sadly. They aren’t effective communicators and- we go back to the independent researchers on this- many men’s rights groups spend more time and resources going after feminists or trying to repeal or oppose laws and bills aimed at protecting women than actually lobby for men’s rights. So like… duh. If you want to get your city hall to pass a bill to offer mortgage assistance you probably should ask for that instead of going and and telling about how you can’t pay your mortgage unless the city stops protecting the homeless. If you want lens rights stop trying to fight women. Duh. Sometimes you may need to fight off another bill or law to find your proposal- that is it’s own thing, but when it’s under a vague cry of every win for them is a loss for us… that isn’t fighting for your rights.
Nah I'd definitely use it to have sex with something weird 11 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
.. the next closest is 30 miles. That doesn’t work well generally no? First coke first serve? How do we deal with the possibility that your abusers friends might enter the shelter to keep an eye on you or get to you? Of course we can have different sex friends, but let’s be real- your wife probably doesn’t have a guy friend or vice versa for your husband- who is going to go help you terrorize them most likely. That is gonna generally be a thing between same sex pals. So we have some problems with coed shelters. We also have a problem because while men are abused and it is serious issue- women are abused FAR more often when it comes to violence and physical harm. So figuring out how to allocate funds and where to set up the shelters- not impossible but try and find a public funded place to get some oxygen if you have a condition that requires O2 tanks. Funding does follow awareness to a degree but also need. Way more people can use a cop or a library each day than an air tank station.
Nah I'd definitely use it to have sex with something weird 11 comments
guest_ · 1 day ago
See- abuse victims- they are often traumatized. They can and often do carry fear or anxiety around those who remind them of their abusers or who have the sex of their abusers. This is one reason “coed” abuse facilities can be a bad idea- the risk that men or women staying there with the other gender might not feel safe in that vulnerable period or might even feel like taking “revenge” against the opposite sex- and they know that everyone there is a “victim,” perhaps perceived as “weaker,” so what better time? Then there’s also the fact abuse is often a two way street. He hits her, she hits him- and then what? They each leave the house for safety and… go stay at the same coed shelter with each other…? Yeah. Didn’t think of that huh? How do you make sure that abusers and victims, current or past, don’t end up in the same shelter? They may not e married or share a last name or even a home address. And let’s say we can sort that out- ok, so one shelter is 5 miles from their home and…
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guest_ · 1 day ago
You don’t need a fine machine. He killed himself in 2013. Unless you are too young to even be called a man you could have donated at any time. His shelter Ran from at least 2004 to 2013. Anyone alive then could have donated. The shelter and the guy were news stories on more than one occasion before he hung himself. As a matter of fact Canada and other nations have other men’s shelters. You can donate money or- maybe even better- time, to assist these shelters now if you care. It seems that in the men’s rights circles he frequented and the men’s rights groups he was a member of there weren’t enough people, even in groups of men who spend their time online and arm chair advocating for men’s rights- there weren’t enough people out there who cared enough to keep this going. To donate, as most private shelters and charities depend on regardless of government funding.