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#37 trump china virus in World Events
Nub_Danishmustardoverlordbatemani get that a lot of americans fucking hate their politcians and thats quite understandable I also hate a few of mine but is it really okay for so many of you to want them to die? I dont think thats right
I can throw in netanyahu, naftali bennett and ayelet shaked for you if you’d like
Ayyyy the super far left guy hates the Jews what's new?

Hey dude you're right, equating individual Israeli politicians with Jewry as a whole is totally normal and not at all anti-semitic by itself. That's why if you're Jewish and don't like Joe Lieberman for denying millions of people healthcare, you're actually just a secret self-hating Jew. Duly noted.

posted 1 month ago
#35 trump china virus in World Events
MenachemSevenI would be deeply disappointed if Trump died now because I want to see him lose in November.I really really think he's going to win. It hurts my heart but in 4 years I have never once been able to get someone who says they like Trump to change their minds. Idk, maybe I'm just not very persuasive, but unless dems come out in a big way we lose. And I don't think that anyone who didn't care in 2016 is going to have changed their minds now. He did what he said he'd do, it's made us worse as a country, and people don't give a rats ass. They will shout and moan about what the other side should have done until global warming and some superbacteria put every last one of us in the ground.

I mean I could cite like ten pages of polling data and write a bunch of paragraphs about why this isn't the same as 2016 and why the polls weren't even that off in 2016 and why even if they were as off now as they were then Biden would still probably win and why polling errors can go in both directions and how polls now weight for education and why anecdote isn't the same as data but I'm tired and don't feel like it.

posted 1 month ago
#25 trump china virus in World Events

I would be deeply disappointed if Trump died now because I want to see him lose in November.

posted 1 month ago
#15 Generally not well known films.... in Music, Movies, TV

City of God (2002) - Brazilian epic crime movie about gangs in the Cidade de Deus suburb of Rio de Janeiro. Not obscure at all but lots of English speakers haven't seen it.

klassyCome and See (1985) - About a Belarussian boy who joins the resistance against the invading Nazi Germany during WW2. No question about it, this is the most creepy, insane and terrifying war-movie I've seen yet.

Seconded. Absolutely.

Lots of people don't know that Belarus lost a higher percentage of its population during WWII than any other country. Belarus lost twenty-five percent of its entire population during the war. Come and See is an absolutely brutal and necessary recreation of what that was really like.

posted 3 months ago
#50 Which pill would you take? in TF2 General Discussion

how good would you actually get at sniper if you took the green pill? Does being the best in the world just mean you would get a slight advantage over the current best sniper in the world (or possibly the best sniper ever, so sheep/jukebox) or does it mean you literally become a human triggerbot?

if it's the latter then green pill would unambiguously be the best, and you wouldn't even have to pick sniper. a pyro who hypothetically never missed a flare would just annihilate entire teams from long range lol

posted 3 months ago
#8 metarealism discussion in Off Topic

thoughts on Baudrillard???

posted 4 months ago
#135 yomps has passed away. in TF2 General Discussion

This is incredibly sad. I could not believe it looking at this thread. My heartfelt condolences to his friends and family. Guy was so vibrant on stream and had such an infectious personality.


posted 4 months ago
#106 pegging in Off Topic
Do You Believe In Me Or Do You Believe In The World That Tells You Lies?

posted 4 months ago
#22 Tips for English essays? (220-260 words) in Off Topic

people have given good advice on the structure but one tip i cannot emphasize enough is to BE SPECIFIC with your supporting examples in the essay. the biggest reason why people don't do well on essays isn't because they can't write like a columnist or author (95% of people can't string together an emotionally resounding sentence worth a damn and that's fine, it's not that important), nor is it because they misunderstand the basic structure of the essay. It's because they're too vague. The thesis isn't specific or the supporting evidence they give isn't specific enough to tie back into the thesis they wrote. vagueness is the enemy. vagueness is the bane of writing essays the same way speeding through problems too fast is the bane of doing math tests.

posted 4 months ago
#20 How old were you in Off Topic


posted 4 months ago
#26 Battle of the Exiles in Events

competitive demoman exile was my demoman in ugc highlander season 22 and was very kind to me and my family so I am rooting for competitive demoman exile on this one sorry other exile.

posted 5 months ago
#26 Supreme Court rules on LGBTQ+ worker rights in Off Topic
crackbabydumpsterwe only got a law for (unpaid) maternity leave in 1993. There's still no required paid family leave for childbirth.

US labor laws are just decades behind at least this is a change in the right direction but im not super hopeful

it's even worse when you consider how the FMLA only applies to employees who work at a business with over 50 employees, so people working at small businesses often get nothing at all.

very cool country, very normal and good.

posted 5 months ago
#52 Book recommendations? in Off Topic

I personally think 100 Years of Solitude is the greatest novel ever written.

Blood Meridian is my second favorite book I've ever read but it's difficult. No Country for Old Men, The Road, really anything Cormac McCarthy I think is top tier.

Heart of Darkness, Song of Solomon, Beloved, The Bluest Eye, Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao.

Vonnegut is good and funny - Slaughterhouse-Five, Cat's Cradle, Galapagos (the last one isn't talked about as much but I love it).

Best nonfiction book I've read recently is called Prompt and Utter Destruction by J. Samuel Walker. It's a concise but detailed analysis of Truman's decision to drop the atomic bombs and it's considered a very even-handed and well-sourced work of scholarship.

posted 5 months ago
#5 static ambassador crosshair in Customization
Potchwhy would you equip an ambassador these days

to flex on noobs when u headshot frag them, the damage was always irrelevant.

posted 5 months ago
#13 what am i doing wrong? in Off Topic

I've read through your posts and it's pretty obvious tbh.

In a thread about you posted:
"wait what? nursey is a pedophile? when did this information come to light? genuinely curious"

This would be like if I posted about how sad it is that Lebron hasn't won a championship ring yet or that Lincoln got assassinated. Like you're just waaaaaay behind the times, this was common knowledge several months ago when it was first revealed. Not surprising you were downfragged. I just downfragged the post myself.

In another thread you wrote of a fellow forum poster named "nunya_flick" the following:
"flick" is what he does to his penis to get it hard because he can't do it himself

This comment is just bizarre and out of place. Like, why are you suddenly insulting some guy's phallus? Even if he was shitposting, that insult just doesn't fit with the tenor and direction of the thread at all. It is bizarre, jarring, out of place, and grating. I just downfragged that post as well.

posted 5 months ago
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