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the politics of fucking little girls: roy moore, the next GOP senator from alabama

Discussion in 'Politics' started by UncleBuck, Nov 9, 2017.

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will you vote for roy moore, the nazi pedophile?

  1. yes, MAGA!

  2. no

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    abandonconflict

    abandonconflict Well-Known Member

    So you're just going to take up space on the planet? I'm just suggesting you do something since you're so troubled as you say. I'm not going to try to convince you that science is a thing and that it is a method for measuring and making sense of the universe.
     
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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    His ambitions are higher than that; he plans to actively participate in the environment's demise with his lifestyle choices.
     
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    abandonconflict

    abandonconflict Well-Known Member

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    TacoMac

    TacoMac Well-Known Member

    But, but, but...he asked the parent's permission!!!
     
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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

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    Drowning-Man

    Drowning-Man Well-Known Member

    Naw its not that i just dont have a passion for climate change. And i understand science quite well and have a passion for organic chemistry. Use to have a bunch of lab equipment. Just cant make up my mind what i want to do. Wanna go to school just dont have the fortitude for it right now.
     
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    Drowning-Man

    Drowning-Man Well-Known Member

    How would my self destructive behavior destroy the environment? Ive done research into pollution and climate change, i just have my own opinion about it.
     
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    Drowning-Man

    Drowning-Man Well-Known Member

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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    Okay, I'm interested in your organic chemistry Enlightened views on climate change.

    I'll start; methane and carbon dioxide are both organic chemicals. Both are demonstrated to warm the Earth via the greenhouse effect. Methane comes from natural gas production and from intensive livestock production. Both of these activities have increased exponentially in the last century, leading to atmospheric loads unseen in the geological record for millions of years.

    Carbon dioxide is a result of burning fossil fuels and other organic materials, including methane. Carbon dioxide loading in the atmosphere is 50% greater now than at the beginning of the industrial era, also to levels unseen in the geological record for millions of years.

    Based on these facts and hard data gathered on the actual increase in temperatures around the world over the past century and beyond, my conclusion is that we've entered a period of unprecedented global warming of which human activity outlined above is the overwhelming significant factor.

    What say you?
     
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    Drowning-Man

    Drowning-Man Well-Known Member

    Research also shows were going through a warm period in earths history, like the opposite of an ice age. I dont disagree with yer statement except about the extent of our involvement.

     
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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    Two graphs;
    4keeling3.jpg TempChart.gif
    Cause. Effect.

    Remember this conversation when the Arctic Ocean is ice free in summer, starting in less than 5 years; that's yet another phenomenon that's unprecedented in the last several million years.

    But hey- cheaper shipping rates! Pay no attention to the impending extinction of polar bears...
     
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    TacoMac

    TacoMac Well-Known Member

    That lame-assed claim has been debunked by 99% of the scientist on this planet.

    Pull your head out of Rupert Murdoch's ass.
     
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    UncleBuck

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    youtube videos?

    jesus man.
     
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    greg nr

    greg nr Well-Known Member

    and another victim comes forward. it sounds like attempted rape. she has her class yearbook with moores signature and a creepy message. She was 15 when he started hitting on her.

    And he is up by 10 in a new poll out today.

    Fucking bama.
     
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    TacoMac

    TacoMac Well-Known Member

    Roll Pedo's!!!
     
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    UncleBuck

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    WE WILL NOT BE AFRAID TO SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS (to the 15 year old high school girl we tried to rape when we were a 33 year old district attorney) ANYMORE!

    “To a sweeter more beautiful girl I could not say Merry Christmas. Christmas 1977. Love, Roy Moore... Roy Moore, DA.”
     
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    tangerinegreen555

    tangerinegreen555 Well-Known Member

    The legal statute of limitations expired decades ago.

    He's fucking guilty anyway.

    Name one case where multiple women who don't know each other, came forward with a similar story that ultimately proved to be untrue.

    I'll be waiting patiently.

    Nobody's trying to put him in prison, just trying to keep him out of the senate.
     
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    Padawanbater2

    Padawanbater2 Well-Known Member

    My vote from California was meaningless. Clinton won CA. Habla Engles? I had the luxury of being able to cast my vote how I actually wanted to according to my own personal beliefs, so I wrote in Bernie Sanders. Like I've said dozens of times which repeatedly falls on deaf Clinton supporting ears, if I lived in a swing state or the Rust Belt, I would have cast my vote for Clinton, against Trump.

    Somehow that doesn't mean anything, since you still blame us for Trump getting elected anyway, even though more people who supported Sanders voted for Clinton in 2016 than Clinton supporters voted for Obama in 2008, yet somehow he still managed to win....

    Hashtag, so there's that...
     
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    Padawanbater2

    Padawanbater2 Well-Known Member

    I also believe he's guilty
     
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    PCXV

    PCXV Well-Known Member

    It plays a role. The wealthy have always been the gatekeepers/crafters of public policy. They could have shifted public policy and allocated the resources necessary to educate the people and lead them away from tribal mentalities. The rich have always been, and maybe this wasn't a drift from duty so much as an expansion of existing greed and malice. But it is obvious in the past 40-50 years that a good section of the wealthy have drummed up anti-intellectualism, anti-liberalism, and anti-egalitarianism. Naturally as people join the upper class they do not wish to regress, maybe that is why they have such an easy time deciding to stack the deck and supress the people below them to maintain their relative power and perceived superiority over them. Keeping people ignorant, racist, bigoted, tribal, nationalistic, fearful, etc. has for the most part worked in their favor. But I believe even the rich conservatives that helped create the Trump culture are regretting it at last. Trump is a symptom, the logical conclusion of a culture war where one side is backed into a corner, but he also fans the flames of a fire out of control. The culture that elected Trump was long in the making. It was partially a result of deprivation, poverty, scarcity, win-lose, and not just in economical terms, but cultural terms. It's both.
     
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