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In chess, the white players go on one side of the board, and the black players go on the other.
In white supremacist chess, all the pieces are white.
And they spend most of their time arguing over which piece belongs to who.
Because they're a bunch of dumbasses.
In chess, white moves first. In go, black moves first. In checkers, it depends on the local rules of what country you're in.
In backgammon, you roll for who gets to go first. The chaos caused by the random and unknowable is a great equalizer--but you already knew that from browsing /b/.
what's this supposed to mean?
this guy is gayer than all those other gay guys and those gay guys are just posing as gays?
smh faggot castes
Veganism is the only morally acceptable lifestyle.
That's a funny way of writing religion
People consider evangelical and fundamentalist christians to be religious - they're just as petty and fail to abide by the tenants of their religion virtually every day.
veganism is selfish
Why does a mammal have more right on living then anything else?
Because it is somewhat similar to you and you lack the perspective
I do agree meat industry is airwolfed up though
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Something about positivity really bothers me...
Is that kirino kousaka?
>a warped world view in which harsh realities are ignored in favour of wishful thinking
My thoughts exactly.
Democracy is just as broken. Most people can't even make informed, rational decisions about things that affect just their household, yet we put whomever is most popular with these neanderthals in charge of entire countries. Then we wonder why politics seems to go hand in hand with corruption, deceit and outright incompetence.
They can't even make rational decisions about things that affect them, personally.
Women voting for people who force them to undergo invasive medical testing in order to exercise their constitutional rights, for example.
Or voting for a party who wants them to undergo literacy, means, etc. testing to exercise their right to vote.
Yes, she has flaws, but all the other candidates I disagree with more fundamentally.
not for weeeeeeks......
Turkey fights for ISIS.
I'll say it again: TURKEY FIGHTS FOR ISIS.
This has always been the case. Their support has been overt and obvious from the begining. Why won't anyone report on it? Because the US is clinging to their status as an "ally". They are allied with ISIS.
Let me count the ways:
Arab Spring: lethal oppression of protests, partiularly non-muslim and pro-western advocates murdered in the streets by police and military.
Onset of Syrian Civil War: Quite happy to do nothing about it; leave those non-muslim arabs to die and let any non-kurdish belligerant forces cross their territory for military campaigns.
Early US intervention period: The only reason they join the fight is explicit endorsement for genocide of the Kurdish people in Turkey, Syria, Iraq and elsewhere. They commence their campaign of genocide--completely ignoring ISIS still crossing their territory and shipping oil through their country. Every international recruit to ISIS passes through Turkey; vidoes and photographs of this are published--Turkey is never held responsible.
Onset of Russian intervention: Russian intelligence gathers hard evidence that most ISIS supply routes--including mercenaries and wealons--as well as oil exports pass primarily through Turkey.
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A mistake that, compared to not being able to remember whether or not you recieved training in handling confidential communication or not being able to dismiss the endorsement of a KKK member for not remembering the last time you disavowed the same guy, doesn't seem that significant.
You really don't think Hillary knew what she was talking about and was just saying the only thing she could that would be politically viable?
Also, for what it's worth, the KKK nowadays says they want equality for blacks, they just don't want them getting special treatment. Is that so bad? Besides, since when is there a responsibility to disavow everyone who endorses you if you don't agree with them completely?
This is not the only time Johnson's knowledge has been called into question.
>saying the only thing she could that would be politically viable
In what universe is what she said politically viable? It's ok, I'm not a criminal just incompetent; make me president so I don't have to be prosecuted! kthx bye. It nearly gave me an aneurism that anyone accepted her statement as excusing her behavior.
>KKK nowadays says they want equality for blacks
LOL. Are you seriously trying to validate the KKK? Are you airwolfing kidding me?
>This is not the only time Johnson's knowledge has been called into question
What about all those times when Trump's knowledge of presidential duties, foriegn policy, or global issues has been called into question? Or the daily questioning of Hillary's knowledge of the truth about herself, her role in various scandals, or the inner workings of her office as Secretary of State?
What Johnson's not good at is spewing some bullshit when he doesn't have an answer. It looks bad, I agree. It doesn't look any better to me when I see Hillary avoiding a question with a nonsensical rant or Trump attacking someone for asking him something he doesn't understand with a shitton of verbal feces.
I hereby announce my candidacy for the President of the United States.
My platform will be based on ideas from this board, 7chan/b, and not else. I intend to use my own judgement in selecting the most progressive ideas to put forward as bills to Congress. I'm not asking for your support, or for your requests. I intend to get ideas from all threads equally, though you may post whatever you like in this one.
I give you my word that all ideas will be considered, but not necessarily replied to or implemented.
That's why we hire ghost writers.
Well, the propaganda trick is to not only ignore the problem, but speak confidently your desired conceit yes?
"Reliable, Rapid Releif Deployment Plan"
Or R3DP; our goverment likes to issue documents with alphanumeric names.
>That's why we
Sorry, but I'm voting for Alice Cooper. Not joking either. I am hoping he actually wins, which will surprise him but perhaps make a difference in how shitty this country is.
To be honest, I can't make up my mind if this show is good or completely airwolfing awful--and I think that means it's brilliant.
Stealing yet another twist from fight club's plot, the season 2 finale leaves me feeling vaguely unsatisfied with everything I've seen up to this point. I have to know more; it's going to keep me awake wondering just what the hell is going on.
Its as if there were two writing staff for the show. One is working on a somewhat more schizophrenic retelling of fight club for dissafected teenagers, and the other specializes in finding cheap and convenient ways to fit the other's completely random nonsense into a linear narrative. There were more than a few really ugly, really shit moments where this hasn't worked well, but in the end it is rather compelling--the way watching a freeway accident would be compelling.
>Where was he between this show and whatever the last thing he did was?
Court. And drinking.
When projects have to replace actors due to their personal drama, getting hired on new projects becomes more difficult.
Just look at Lindsay Lohan.
>I, unlike everybody it seems, hate seeing ugly/fat/gross people on tv
I dunno. The TV studios probably cast those people with disturbingly congruent faces, straight teeth, and perfect cheek bones because they get better ratings. I'm happy to see one show that doesn't let us forget what human beings actually look like, but I feel like the minority to even be paying attention to this kind of thing.
>doesn't let us forget what human beings actually look like
Uh, what about looking just about anywhere else?