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Old 21st October 2016, 01:11 PM   #1
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Icebear's thread to post things that he finds interesting

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Old 21st October 2016, 01:14 PM   #2
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Can you provide a summary?

I have issues with motion sickness that make it difficult to watch videos sometimes.
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Old 21st October 2016, 01:20 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by calebprime View Post
Can you provide a summary?

I have issues with motion sickness that make it difficult to watch videos sometimes.
Angry ranting full of f-bombs and unsupported assertions. Another "idiot yelling at screen top camera" video, but at least he has a map background instead of the usual ugly apartment.

I don't know who this jerkoff is or why his opinion should be given any weight whatever.
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Old 21st October 2016, 01:25 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Jrrarglblarg View Post
Angry ranting full of f-bombs and unsupported assertions. Another "idiot yelling at screen top camera" video, but at least he has a map background instead of the usual ugly apartment.

I don't know who this jerkoff is or why his opinion should be given any weight whatever.
He's an infowars nutter.
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Old 21st October 2016, 01:35 PM   #5
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It's actually Paul Joseph Watson.

Paul Franklin Watson is the guy with the Sea Shepherd. He has an entirely different brand of nutty, but at least it's safe for work.

Maybe this guy is his son?
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Old 21st October 2016, 01:42 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Stacko View Post
He's an infowars nutter.
My closing statement still stands.
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Old 21st October 2016, 01:48 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Jrrarglblarg View Post
My closing statement still stands.
Your description of Watson fits almost everybody on "Infowars".
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Old 21st October 2016, 02:02 PM   #8
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I agree. And I continue to assert he, and they, voice opinions that should be given no weight whatsoever.

Perhaps icebear can not be a seagull and actually discuss his or her own topic and explain why a jerkoff ranting profane, uninformed nuttery deserves any attention at all.

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Old 21st October 2016, 02:35 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by icebear View Post
Yeah,,,, there is a reason why it's customary to include a bit of context.
For instance:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TJilRIJzBA

"Paul Watson" is not a unique name.
I was expecting an eco-warrior video.
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Old 21st October 2016, 03:23 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by Jrrarglblarg View Post
I agree. And I continue to assert he, and they, voice opinions that should be given no weight whatsoever.

Perhaps icebear can not be a seagull and actually discuss his or her own topic and explain why a jerkoff ranting profane, uninformed nuttery deserves any attention at all.
I occasionally go to Infowars when in the mood for a good laugh.
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Old 21st October 2016, 03:59 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by jaydeehess View Post
Yeah,,,, there is a reason why it's customary to include a bit of context.
For instance:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TJilRIJzBA

"Paul Watson" is not a unique name.
I was expecting an eco-warrior video.
Yeah..me too. I thought it was going to be from the Sea Shepard guy. He's been pretty much off the radar since he jumped bail in Germany, and has been on the lam ever since.
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Old 21st October 2016, 05:14 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by dudalb View Post
Your description of Watson fits almost everybody on "Infowars".

Only "almost"?
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Old 21st October 2016, 05:48 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Macgyver1968 View Post
Yeah..me too. I thought it was going to be from the Sea Shepard guy. He's been pretty much off the radar since he jumped bail in Germany, and has been on the lam ever since.
I heard the whales wrote a song about him. That's really touching.
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I heard the whales wrote a song about him. That's really touching.
Can you hum a few bars?
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Old 21st October 2016, 06:07 PM   #15
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Can you hum a few bars?
I don't have the pipes for it.

Apparently it's more of a protest song where they accuse Watson of preventing the "sea police" from taking vile criminals away to their (the criminals') just reward. It's been reported that recent Japanese whaling successes rely on tips from right-thinking whales.
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OK NOT the reality TV star. (What happened to him?)

ETA: Thanks Macgyver1968
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Originally Posted by marplots View Post
I don't have the pipes for it.

Apparently it's more of a protest song where they accuse Watson of preventing the "sea police" from taking vile criminals away to their (the criminals') just reward. It's been reported that recent Japanese whaling successes rely on tips from right-thinking whales.
Just watched a documentary on whale justice called " In the Heart of the Sea".
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Old 21st October 2016, 07:03 PM   #18
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As to the other Watson from the OP, I just want to smother him in my ample bosom, hug him tight and stroke his hair.

"There, there. Let it out, let it all out. It will be OK, mommy promises it'll be fine."

So much anger. Don't they let young people have sex anymore? Sex is very relaxing.
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Old 21st October 2016, 11:59 PM   #19
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The 2000 election in Flori-DUH, what actually happened...

Basically, W. was up something like 60,000 votes with something like 25 minutes till the polls closed. Nobody makes up 60K votes in 25 minutes... Algor called up to concede.

Nonetheless, 25 minutes later, the world was being told that it was all even, i.e. that the demmunists had manufactured 60K votes and spread them around...

But they missed their tally by a couple of thousand. They tried recounting the votes every possible way but there was no way to get Algor over the top with other people's eyes on the process. A major demmunist attempt to steal an election had been thwarted.

Several organizations tried to determine what it would take to produce a hanging or "dimpled" chad by test with Flori-DUH voting machines; the only way anybody could do it was by trying to punch 20 or 30 ballots at a time. In other words, a hanging or dimpled chad was just an artifact of vote manufacturing.

Why was Flori-DUH still using that kind of technology in 2000 AD?? We heard all this stupid noise: "Oh, those poor, poor, impoverished people can't afford modern computer technology..."

********. There are hotels, motels, grocery stores and every sort of thing in Dade county and elsewhere in Flori-DUH, and none of them were still using punch-cards in 2000 AD. Hollerith cards were being used precisely because they were conducive and adaptable to voter fraud.

Dinesh D'Souza is right. Franklin Roosevelt was an aberration, the demmunist/de-moKKKer-Rat party throughout most of its history has been a criminal enterprise.
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Thanks for setting the record straight. That's an authoritative account, so you don't need to say anything about this ever again.
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Old 22nd October 2016, 05:33 AM   #22
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Algor

demmunists

Algor

demmunist

Flori-DUHdemmunist/de-moKKKer-Rat party


Why the **** would you think anyone would ever take you seriously?
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Old 22nd October 2016, 07:05 AM   #23
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Don't get me wrong, I pretty much despise George W. Bush and view him a sort of an idiot. The one service he ever really provided for the United States was to prevent a very much bigger idiot (Algor) from occupying the white house.

If that had happened, then we really would be rubbing sticks together to make fire.

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Old 22nd October 2016, 07:18 AM   #24
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No, based upon a number of independent statewide recounts, Gore received about 100 more votes in Florida than Bush using either party's standard for counting chads to determine voters' intent. Had Gore been able to get a statewide recount, and had the Supreme Court not intervened, Gore would have won.
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Freerepublic is a reliable source?
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Freerepublic is a reliable source?
Not in the slightest! Those folks are bat **** crazy on the highest level!
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And now we have Trump apologists bringing up how Al Gore would not accept the results of the election. Read your history. It was G.W. Bush who sued. Gore was merely pursuing his right to a manual recount that is written in the FLA law. And this was after a machine recount was automatically triggered because the margin of victory was less than 1%.

The Supreme court ruling was also very strange. They said that a full state recount would still violate the equal protection law because different voting methods were used across the state and therefore there could not be uniform rules for the recount. How is it that those same facts did not mean the original election was invalid?

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Minor detail in that mass produced ballot theory. The ballot differed in each county.
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Why the **** would you think anyone would ever take you seriously?
I dunno, that kind of terminology regularly passes without objection or even comment in the US politics subforum.
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Basically, W. was up something like 60,000 votes with something like 25 minutes till the polls closed. Nobody makes up 60K votes in 25 minutes... Algor called up to concede.

Nonetheless, 25 minutes later, the world was being told that it was all even, i.e. that the demmunists had manufactured 60K votes and spread them around...
I am just wondering how one could do to know for sure that Bush "was up something like 60,000 votes with something like 25 minutes till the polls closed" when no counting had even taken place.

And if I remember well Al Gore did not call to concede 25 minutes before the closing of the polls.
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The 60K number was from exit polling and Algor did call up to concede a half hour or so prior to polls closing and then, in fact, called up again later to de-concede.

I'll never forget those marches on Mass. Ave.....
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This "Algor" seems to be a fictional character.

Nobody in the real world concedes over the phone. And they most assuredly don't do it before the polls close.
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What is a demmunist?

Why do you want to rehash the 2000 debacle 16 years later?

Do you actually read and consider what other posters offer?
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This "Algor" seems to be a fictional character.

Nobody in the real world concedes over the phone. And they most assuredly don't do it before the polls close.
I think there is a tradition of calling the winner to concede, as well as giving a concession speech thereafter.
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The 60K number was from exit polling and Algor did call up to concede a half hour or so prior to polls closing and then, in fact, called up again later to de-concede.

I'll never forget those marches on Mass. Ave.....
I really doubt he would have conceded half an hour before closing in Florida, which means that on the West Coast polling operations were still going for hours before closing.

But you have surely some reliable sources to back up your statement...
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There is a difference between exist poll and vote count, you know?
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No, based upon a number of independent statewide recounts, Gore received about 100 more votes in Florida than Bush using either party's standard for counting chads to determine voters' intent. Had Gore been able to get a statewide recount, and had the Supreme Court not intervened, Gore would have won.
If I remember correctly, the problem was that Gore didn't actually ask for a statewide recount, but only in specific counties.

Of course, the far more important factor was Katherine Harris' very enthusiastic purging of the voter rolls of anyone whose name slightly resembled that of a felon.
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As to the other Watson from the OP, I just want to smother him in my ample bosom, hug him tight and stroke his hair.

"There, there. Let it out, let it all out. It will be OK, mommy promises it'll be fine."

So much anger. Don't they let young people have sex anymore? Sex is very relaxing.
Who says anyone wants to have sex with a CTer?

Infowars Watcher: Alex Jones Is Our Protector and Savior from the evil Governments!!! He promotes Truth!!!

His girlfriend: Oh, I can show you some "truth" aswell.

Infowars Watcher: "W-Wait! Y-You don't understand! He told everyone the truth about The All famous Inside-job and the Devious Chemtrails!!

His girlfriend: Oh, yes. Please do teach me everything about the "Inside-Job" with your "Chemtrail".

Also, Religious CTers don't believe in Sex before marriage, since God punishes those who have sex before marriage. Don't know what non religious types think. My own CTer used to visit the hookers once in a while (not sure if he didn't this when he had a girlfriend).

ETA: this does give the word "Inside Jobby Job" a whole new meaning...
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Who says anyone wants to have sex with a CTer?
The cause and effect works both ways.

"I've got a job, tidied up, gone around looking for a suitable mate, made the appropriate advances - and still no one wants to have sex with me! It's almost like some nefarious force is working behind the scenes to thwart my goals.

"I think I'll go on the Internet to ease my frustration..."

Lack of sex would explain why they typically have so much energy and time. The idea appeals to me on a Karma/Darwinian basis.
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