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  1. #201
    This is the official end of the thread. It doesn’t get any worse than this.




    Do you ever wonder how a human could turn into these things?

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  3. #202
    Quote Originally Posted by uintafly View Post
    This is the official end of the thread. It doesn’t get any worse than this.

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/UPLQNUVmq3o?fea

    Do you ever wonder how a human could turn into these things?

    I'm triggered by all the hand/finger waving. Going to my safe space now.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXQkXXBqj_U
    Are we there yet?

  4. #203
    Honestly, the best way to combat Democratic Socialists (or any radical ideology) is to give them access to a loud speaker and a stage to speak from. Support the first amendment AND show others what nut jobs these guys are.

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  6. #204
    I really like what Tucker Carlson had to say about this..."The Socialists of days of old would actually plot violence and the overthrowing of governments, now it's become this".

    These aren't warriors...they're fresh meat if the shit hits the fan.
    "Unfortunately she's playing chicken with a dude that has no steering wheel"
    Lifted from Rockgremlin.

  7. #205
    Quote Originally Posted by uintafly View Post
    This is the official end of the thread. It doesn’t get any worse than this.




    Do you ever wonder how a human could turn into these things?
    Dominance and Submission...I bet you half the chicks in this place love to be tied up. Probably most of the dudes, too.
    "Unfortunately she's playing chicken with a dude that has no steering wheel"
    Lifted from Rockgremlin.

  8. #206
    Quote Originally Posted by twotimer View Post
    Dominance and Submission...I bet you half the chicks in this place love to be tied up. Probably most of the dudes, too.
    The dudes are definitely down to get pegged by their “women”.

  9. #207
    Whoa there. How DARE you assume that they would want to be with a woman.

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  11. #208
    Quote Originally Posted by devo_stevo View Post
    Whoa there. How DARE you assume that they would want to be with a woman.
    My apologies. Also my use of the gendered "dude", was highly offensive. Who am I to assume they identify as male.
    Thanos was right

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  13. #209
    Quote Originally Posted by devo_stevo View Post
    Whoa there. How DARE you assume that they would want to be with a woman.

    I thought you were going to say "how dare you assume that pegging is bad?"
    !!!CORONAVIRUS PSA!!!

    • Toilet paper won't save you from Covid-19.

  14. #210
    Quote Originally Posted by rockgremlin View Post
    I thought you were going to say "how dare you assume that pegging is bad?"
    lol. I guess I shouldn't knock what I haven't tried. Do you still like it?
    Thanos was right

  15. #211
    Quote Originally Posted by uintafly View Post
    My apologies. Also my use of the gendered "dude", was highly offensive. Who am I to assume they identify as male.
    Now you're getting it.

    All I know is that if that's not a joke, I'm sure glad they're coming out into the light. That way, we can all see just how ridiculous the whole movement is.

  16. #212
    Could it be that the greatest curse of our time and for our younger generation is wealth and prosperity? Has this created an environment of indolence - idleness? Since I have been reading a bit of Thomas Jefferson's letters... Here is a quote from Thomas Jefferson that may apply to the subject matter of this thread.

    “Of all the cankers of human happiness, none corrodes it with so silent, yet so baneful a tooth, as indolence. Body & mind both unemployed, our being becomes a burthen, & every object about us loathsome, even the dearest. Idleness begets ennui, ennui the hypochondria, & that a diseased body. No laborious person was ever yet hysterical. Exercise & application produce order in our affairs, health of body, chearfulness of mind, & these make us precious to our friends. It is while we are young that the habit of industry is formed, if not then, it never is afterwards. The fortune of our lives therefore depends on employing well the short period of youth. If at any moment, my dear, you catch yourself [. . .] in idleness, start from it as you would from a precipice of a gulph.”

    http://tjrs.monticello.org/letter/1679

    Idleness leads to ennui (dissatisfaction, boredom), ennui leads to hypochondria and hypochondria to a diseased body. Seems to fit what is going on with a lot of people in society today. We seem to have a bunch of folks that think everything and everyone is broken and sick and that we need to be fixed. Everything is wrong. These folks don't seem to work or are afraid to work, or they are triggered by work and they want free stuff. Hmmmm. Maybe Thomas Jefferson was on to something. Maybe my mom and dad were right when they told me to go get a job when I was 12.
    Life is Good

  17. #213
    They threw me out into the street when I was 15...best thing that could have happened to me...seriously.

    I think you're right Scott, I think too many of these kids are spoiled and miserable. It happens to older folks, too...I'm surrounded here at my condo complex by crazy cat ladies with virtually no purpose in life but to complain.

    I remember when I was a kid, some of the old timer's saying "Keep moving, don't slow down".
    "Unfortunately she's playing chicken with a dude that has no steering wheel"
    Lifted from Rockgremlin.

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  19. #214
    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Card View Post
    Could it be that the greatest curse of our time and for our younger generation is wealth and prosperity? Has this created an environment of indolence - idleness? Since I have been reading a bit of Thomas Jefferson's letters... Here is a quote from Thomas Jefferson that may apply to the subject matter of this thread.

    “Of all the cankers of human happiness, none corrodes it with so silent, yet so baneful a tooth, as indolence. Body & mind both unemployed, our being becomes a burthen, & every object about us loathsome, even the dearest. Idleness begets ennui, ennui the hypochondria, & that a diseased body. No laborious person was ever yet hysterical. Exercise & application produce order in our affairs, health of body, chearfulness of mind, & these make us precious to our friends. It is while we are young that the habit of industry is formed, if not then, it never is afterwards. The fortune of our lives therefore depends on employing well the short period of youth. If at any moment, my dear, you catch yourself [. . .] in idleness, start from it as you would from a precipice of a gulph.”

    http://tjrs.monticello.org/letter/1679

    Idleness leads to ennui (dissatisfaction, boredom), ennui leads to hypochondria and hypochondria to a diseased body. Seems to fit what is going on with a lot of people in society today. We seem to have a bunch of folks that think everything and everyone is broken and sick and that we need to be fixed. Everything is wrong. These folks don't seem to work or are afraid to work, or they are triggered by work and they want free stuff. Hmmmm. Maybe Thomas Jefferson was on to something. Maybe my mom and dad were right when they told me to go get a job when I was 12.

    I think you've nailed it. Difficult to be unhappy when you're diligently engaged in productive activity. But most folks don't take too kindly to the implication that they're lazy.

    How many times in previous posts about Trump protest-rallies have I made the comment "Don't these people have jobs? How do they afford to protest/riot in the streets for days on end?"
    !!!CORONAVIRUS PSA!!!

    • Toilet paper won't save you from Covid-19.

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  21. #215
    So I'm out at Bonneville Speedweek and this is the sign on the port-a-john door... LMAO...

    Climb-Utah.com

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  23. #216
    Truth!


    Climb-Utah.com

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  25. #217

    Pussification of America



    22-Year-Old Who Wanted Jaguar Pushes BMW, a Birthday Gift from His Parents, Into Canal: Report

    “Akash was demanding for a Jaguar car from his father, but when his father failed to buy one, he threw away his BMW in a fit of anger,” a local police official told the outlet. “His family had sold the Innova they had received from his in-laws to buy him the BMW.”

    “Sources said that after pushing the car into the canal, Akash made a video and forwarded it to his parents,” the newspaper reported.



  26. #218
    I know how he feels. I used to get Go-Bots for Christmas instead of Transformers. I had the worst parents ever.

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  28. #219
    How about the imitation LEGO’s? Life is hard...


  29. #220
    Oh yeah, I got those too. Mega Bloks. They couldn't even afford to spell blocks right. Sad, really.

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