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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 14, 2018, 06:25:18 PM »
I've never met a single Trump supporter who was also a good person.

“I’m not a radical I swear”

I didn't say I wasn't a radical.

People who support Trump are often preemptively covering their own asses for predatory behaviour, racism, and/or greed. The rest are either stupid or just under a great misapprehension.

Characterizing half the country as racists without a good bone in their body just because of how they voted on a single election is a bit far don’t you think
>thinking 50% of Americans support trump
>thinking 100% of Americans voted
>trump actually lost the popular vote

OH NO NO NO

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The Flood / Re: post users who are literally insane
« on: October 14, 2018, 04:00:05 PM »

LOL

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The Flood / Re: post users who are literally insane
« on: October 14, 2018, 03:52:53 PM »
lol I'm literally starting a cushy hotel job the day after tomorrow, also I have 1.3k subs on YT so probs about to start monetizing my channel soon

life is beautiful

Link?
https://www.youtube.com/user/01SecondClass
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This wasn’t funny
Humor is subjective, and if someone thinks something isn't funny, the best way to check the validity of their opinions to you is by seeing what they do find funny.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCETZWu7V3WQ_a50KbP_vhbA

I'm not losing much sleep over this guy not enjoying my video, as you can see
I don’t know dude he seems like as much of an airhead as you are except he probably doesn’t suck off hobos for meth.

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The Flood / Re: post users who are literally insane
« on: October 14, 2018, 03:46:28 PM »
lol I'm literally starting a cushy hotel job the day after tomorrow, also I have 1.3k subs on YT so probs about to start monetizing my channel soon

life is beautiful

Link?
https://www.youtube.com/user/01SecondClass
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This wasn’t funny

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The Flood / Re: post users who are literally insane
« on: October 14, 2018, 03:15:48 PM »
I miss RomanGladiator

He never took our advice and just had the worst luck of anyone I've ever seen, that's if his stories were true.

Him just simply vanishing without warning from here has always worried me. I hope he didn't end up killing himself.
if anyone would legit commit suicide over having a messed up dick, it's him

he should've taken it as a growth opportunity / lesson that sex isn't everything
Why aren’t you dying in an alley somewhere?
lol I'm literally starting a cushy hotel job the day after tomorrow, also I have 1.3k subs on YT so probs about to start monetizing my channel soon

life is beautiful
I didn’t ask for your shitty resume

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The Flood / Re: post users who are literally insane
« on: October 14, 2018, 02:17:23 PM »
I miss RomanGladiator

He never took our advice and just had the worst luck of anyone I've ever seen, that's if his stories were true.

Him just simply vanishing without warning from here has always worried me. I hope he didn't end up killing himself.
if anyone would legit commit suicide over having a messed up dick, it's him

he should've taken it as a growth opportunity / lesson that sex isn't everything
Why aren’t you dying in an alley somewhere?

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The Flood / Re: post users who are literally insane
« on: October 14, 2018, 01:27:01 PM »
I am by far the craziest person here tbh
How similar to the Joker would you say you are?

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 13, 2018, 11:32:10 PM »
Trump voters can defend themselves. The only thing I was defending in this thread was the value of civility.
That’s what you’re disguising it as, but you seem to be forgetting the only party that’s really throwing civility down the well right now are the republicans and specifically the trump republicans.

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And what are you talking about "the people that voted for trump aren't that large of a group?" Nearly half of the country voted for him. Are you trying to say that the swing voters that voted for Trump aren't that large of a group? I don't know how big exactly that group is but I'm willing to bet it's at least in the millions considering the percentage of voters that are swing voters. Maybe that isn't all that significant to you but you also have to consider the potential voters that abstained or the independent/third party voters that may be turned away from any side that starts doing away with civility.
Turnout really wasn’t that high in general, so I mean exactly what I mean. I’m not sure why you think the key to a Democrat victory is trying to persuade trump voters. And how a few blunt remarks are what got trump his victory. Hillary and the DNC bullying Bernie out of the election is what helped trump.

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It's just not good for democrats to be attacking the voting base, and we shouldn't be tossing out values like civility just to beat the other side, especially if it's likely going to make things worse for your side. Acting with incivility is just going to further radicalize our society and drive a wedge deeper between it. It's not a good thing, at all.
You say that but honestly what I’m seeing is a lot of people asking for a tough democrat candidate that isn’t “part of the club”.

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That's what I'm saying here, and it seems like you at least understand that point, though you may not entirely agree; I'm not sure. I didn't post in this thread to tell anyone that their idea of who Trump voters are is wrong. If I actually wanted to defend them then I would've said a lot more than just, "I don't see them the same way as you."
No offense, but I’m not really concerned with how you see trump voters. I think these people’s actions and words show the world exactly the type of people they are.

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The Flood / Re: Wallpaper Thread
« on: October 13, 2018, 11:19:26 PM »
r/homebodies

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The Flood / Re: post users who are literally insane
« on: October 13, 2018, 08:03:10 PM »
I miss Jocephalopod
I visited him for Thanksgiving we keep in touch through weekly phone calls and text messages.

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 13, 2018, 06:04:06 PM »
They don’t exist in a large enough quantity to give a fuck about. These aren’t the people that got trump in office, and they’re not the ones who are gonna get him out of there either. It’s his loyal and devoted cult following.

There is nothing moderate about you if you voted for trump. You may not necessarily be radical in your views, but you are highly ignorant, misinformed, and prone to bigoted views as that’s what trump is all about.
Alright, whatever man, Trump voters are a radical moronic cult of bigots. I still think it's a terrible idea for a party to be insulting to the voters.
What exactly do you think trump voters are? Did your mom vote for him or some shit?

Whoever it is you feel the need to defend, they’re ignorant and misinformed. I’m not saying this makes them bad people, or deserving of insults. I never said I agree with any politicians insulting anybody or Hillary’s “deplorable” comment. But you need to realize people that voted for trump are not really people that are going to vote democrat, nor are they that large of a group. People that voted for Obama expecting radical change were imbecilic then and they still are now for thinking trump would deliver on that because he’s an “outsider” when he’s another rich kid in bed with everyone.

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 13, 2018, 04:58:02 PM »
I don't want to get into big discussion over what moderates actually are. The crux of my argument was based on swing voters which a lot of moderates are. It doesn't really matter what constitutes a moderate, there are still people who will vote either way and you don't convince those people by acting uncivil towards them.
”It doesn’t really matter that I’m wrong, I still think I’m right”
My whole point was that there are people who will vote either way and the left shouldn't be insulting to them. I wasn't trying to argue over what is or is not a moderate. I was only using it as a descriptor for people torn between the two parties.

I don't understand why you want me to admit I was wrong about what a moderate is so much, when I never even implied my idea of what a moderate is was the only right one. I don't even have a very specific idea of what constitutes being politically moderate. It was just a general term I used for people who aren't strictly partisan. Flee's idea is almost certainly way more thought out and refined than mine, and I'm not gonna act like I know enough to tell him he's wrong, especially because I was never trying to argue over what a moderate actually is.

My whole argument in the second half of this thread was never once, "I know what moderates actually are." It was always, "these types of people exist, regardless of how we want to label them, and we shouldn't attack them as voters "

I don't know how much more clear I can be than that. If you still want to attribute some sort of attitude to me that I don't actually have then I don't know what else to say.
You should know what a moderate is when you’re saying a large amount of them voted for a guy who is extremely partisan and trash talks all his opposition. You’re only pointing it the flaws in your argument by continuing this notion that level headed intelligent people voted for trump. This isn’t to say people that voted for Hillary are inherently more intelligent, but there is obviously a clear cut difference here and you’re pretending it doesn’t exist.
The way I'm trying to describe certain people that voted for Trump is that they have the capacity to vote the other way. I'm not going to act like I know what kind of people that everyone who voted for Trump are. There's no way I could ever know that. I also never stated that there's no difference between the two sides, I don't know where you're getting that from.

There are people who were and are torn between both sides of the political spectrum. I used the term moderate to describe them. Perhaps someone with that position who sided with Trump isn't moderate. Maybe they were before but the current state of things shifted them to a more partisan stance. It's just not the point of my argument, at all. What you want to label the swing voters that voted for Trump doesn't really have any bearing on fact that they exist. That is what I'm saying and have been this entire time.

I don't understand why you keep focusing on what I think a moderate actually is. No I don't feel like everyone that voted for Trump is a complete moron, I just think a lot people felt like they were driven to do something drastic, and I'm sure a lot of people have regrets over it now. I'm not trying to convince anyone otherwise, here. It's futile to even attempt that, especially with you and others who have such a negative opinion of Trump voters. It just doesn't matter, swing voters are still a thing, period. Call them what you want. Believe they are idiots, or don't. They still exist.

I won't even call them moderates anymore if you'll get over this weird issue you have with what I've been saying.
They don’t exist in a large enough quantity to give a fuck about. These aren’t the people that got trump in office, and they’re not the ones who are gonna get him out of there either. It’s his loyal and devoted cult following.

There is nothing moderate about you if you voted for trump. You may not necessarily be radical in your views, but you are highly ignorant, misinformed, and prone to bigoted views as that’s what trump is all about.

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 13, 2018, 02:59:51 PM »
I don't want to get into big discussion over what moderates actually are. The crux of my argument was based on swing voters which a lot of moderates are. It doesn't really matter what constitutes a moderate, there are still people who will vote either way and you don't convince those people by acting uncivil towards them.
”It doesn’t really matter that I’m wrong, I still think I’m right”
My whole point was that there are people who will vote either way and the left shouldn't be insulting to them. I wasn't trying to argue over what is or is not a moderate. I was only using it as a descriptor for people torn between the two parties.

I don't understand why you want me to admit I was wrong about what a moderate is so much, when I never even implied my idea of what a moderate is was the only right one. I don't even have a very specific idea of what constitutes being politically moderate. It was just a general term I used for people who aren't strictly partisan. Flee's idea is almost certainly way more thought out and refined than mine, and I'm not gonna act like I know enough to tell him he's wrong, especially because I was never trying to argue over what a moderate actually is.

My whole argument in the second half of this thread was never once, "I know what moderates actually are." It was always, "these types of people exist, regardless of how we want to label them, and we shouldn't attack them as voters "

I don't know how much more clear I can be than that. If you still want to attribute some sort of attitude to me that I don't actually have then I don't know what else to say.
You should know what a moderate is when you’re saying a large amount of them voted for a guy who is extremely partisan and trash talks all his opposition. You’re only pointing out the flaws in your argument by continuing this notion that level headed intelligent people voted for trump. This isn’t to say people that voted for Hillary are inherently more intelligent, but there is obviously a clear cut difference here and you’re pretending it doesn’t exist.

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 13, 2018, 12:16:00 PM »
I don't want to get into big discussion over what moderates actually are. The crux of my argument was based on swing voters which a lot of moderates are. It doesn't really matter what constitutes a moderate, there are still people who will vote either way and you don't convince those people by acting uncivil towards them.
”It doesn’t really matter that I’m wrong, I still think I’m right”

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 12, 2018, 05:27:51 PM »
I’d hardly consider every Trump voter a radical. If you remember back to 2016, basically all the Trump supporters on this website were just a bunch of floodposters that wouldn’t ever respond when challenged on it. That’s basically how I view a large chunk of his voters: they may not necessarily agree with him or know why they voted for him, they just did it anyways.
Yeah... that’s what makes people radicals. Uninformed and quick to jump to conclusions on issues they know nothing about. They base all their opinions on emotion.

This is some shit
Shut your faggot ass up boy. Dumbass motherfucker

Thank you
If you don’t think people who support a man who puts children in cages and denies scientifically proven climate change are radicals, I really don’t know what to tell you. Apart from calling you a dumbass motherfucker.

Yeah... that’s what makes people radicals. Uninformed and quick to jump to conclusions on issues they know nothing about. They base all their opinions on emotion.
It’s cute how badly you want to participate in this discussion but you just don’t have the brainpower. I’ll pray for you 🙏

You seem to be reacting emotionally an awful lot there Chally.
Not really, I’m just talking shit to you and laughing at you. I never said there anything wrong with reacting emotionally at anything, the problem arises when you vote for someone out of emotion. Reactionary politics and voting on certain issues because you’re misinformed and buy into manufactured outrage. Like voting for trump thinking he’s gonna build a wall.

You’d understand this if you weren’t such a blithering moron.

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The Flood / Re: How long is decimal banned for?
« on: October 12, 2018, 04:30:06 PM »
qunem gyot berant
Speak English, towelhead.

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 12, 2018, 04:27:10 PM »
I’d hardly consider every Trump voter a radical. If you remember back to 2016, basically all the Trump supporters on this website were just a bunch of floodposters that wouldn’t ever respond when challenged on it. That’s basically how I view a large chunk of his voters: they may not necessarily agree with him or know why they voted for him, they just did it anyways.
Yeah... that’s what makes people radicals. Uninformed and quick to jump to conclusions on issues they know nothing about. They base all their opinions on emotion.

This is some shit
Shut your faggot ass up boy. Dumbass motherfucker

Thank you
If you don’t think people who support a man who puts children in cages and denies scientifically proven climate change are radicals, I really don’t know what to tell you. Apart from calling you a dumbass motherfucker.

Yeah... that’s what makes people radicals. Uninformed and quick to jump to conclusions on issues they know nothing about. They base all their opinions on emotion.
It’s cute how badly you want to participate in this discussion but you just don’t have the brainpower. I’ll pray for you 🙏

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 12, 2018, 12:22:23 PM »
People like Challenger who have no ability to comprehend why some people may see things differently and then characterize them as stupid sheep who are beneath him is ironically funny and already have their answers if they would bother to look in a mirror
Trump voters literally are stupid sheep. You’re voting for some rich kid who wasted all of his dads money and failed in everything he tried to do, and he’s working for the Russians. He’s not some average joe who became president.

Beyond that I don’t give a fuck what you “think” about.

Trump is worth 3.5 billion, how exactly has he wasted all his Daddy's money and failed at everything he does? He became the fucking president by running a joke campaign.
LOL

Why do you think he’s a puppet for the Russians dumbass. He went to them for money after nobody else would loan him any.

He's worth 5.3 billion, he doesn't need a small loan of a million dollars.
Wow 1.8 billion overnight absolutely based

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 12, 2018, 12:21:31 PM »
I’d hardly consider every Trump voter a radical. If you remember back to 2016, basically all the Trump supporters on this website were just a bunch of floodposters that wouldn’t ever respond when challenged on it. That’s basically how I view a large chunk of his voters: they may not necessarily agree with him or know why they voted for him, they just did it anyways.
Yeah... that’s what makes people radicals. Uninformed and quick to jump to conclusions on issues they know nothing about. They base all their opinions on emotion.

This is some shit
Shut your faggot ass up boy. Dumbass motherfucker

Thank you
If you don’t think people who support a man who puts children in cages and denies scientifically proven climate change are radicals, I really don’t know what to tell you. Apart from calling you a dumbass motherfucker.

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 12, 2018, 01:56:16 AM »
People like Challenger who have no ability to comprehend why some people may see things differently and then characterize them as stupid sheep who are beneath him is ironically funny and already have their answers if they would bother to look in a mirror
Trump voters literally are stupid sheep. You’re voting for some rich kid who wasted all of his dads money and failed in everything he tried to do, and he’s working for the Russians. He’s not some average joe who became president.

Beyond that I don’t give a fuck what you “think” about.

Trump is worth 3.5 billion, how exactly has he wasted all his Daddy's money and failed at everything he does? He became the fucking president by running a joke campaign.
LOL

Why do you think he’s a puppet for the Russians dumbass. He went to them for money after nobody else would loan him any.
No one has found connection with Trump and the Russians. Don't believe in mainstrean media propaganda.
eat my shorts

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 11, 2018, 09:56:31 PM »
People like Challenger who have no ability to comprehend why some people may see things differently and then characterize them as stupid sheep who are beneath him is ironically funny and already have their answers if they would bother to look in a mirror
Trump voters literally are stupid sheep. You’re voting for some rich kid who wasted all of his dads money and failed in everything he tried to do, and he’s working for the Russians. He’s not some average joe who became president.

Beyond that I don’t give a fuck what you “think” about.

Trump is worth 3.5 billion, how exactly has he wasted all his Daddy's money and failed at everything he does? He became the fucking president by running a joke campaign.
LOL

Why do you think he’s a puppet for the Russians dumbass. He went to them for money after nobody else would loan him any.

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 11, 2018, 09:55:10 PM »
I’d hardly consider every Trump voter a radical. If you remember back to 2016, basically all the Trump supporters on this website were just a bunch of floodposters that wouldn’t ever respond when challenged on it. That’s basically how I view a large chunk of his voters: they may not necessarily agree with him or know why they voted for him, they just did it anyways.
Yeah... that’s what makes people radicals. Uninformed and quick to jump to conclusions on issues they know nothing about. They base all their opinions on emotion.

This is some shit
Shut your faggot ass up boy. Dumbass motherfucker

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The Flood / Re: Do some people really not have an "inner voice?"
« on: October 11, 2018, 08:31:00 PM »
it's hard for me to imagine someone not doing this, to where i'd be inclined to believe that someone who claims that they don't is either lying, or they just don't understand what it means to have an inner voice, because it wasn't explained to them properly—they might be interpreting the question as "do you hear voices" or "are you schizophrenic" or something

i even listen to music in my head, which is why i never found it necessary to get an mp3 player or anything like that as a kid—and to this day, i still think listening to music with your phone is a little strange—because what's the point if i can just play back any song i want in my head at will
"anyone who doesnt agree with me is lying", classic
your drug addled brain is incapable of thought

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 11, 2018, 04:40:45 PM »
People like Challenger who have no ability to comprehend why some people may see things differently and then characterize them as stupid sheep who are beneath him is ironically funny and already have their answers if they would bother to look in a mirror
Trump voters literally are stupid sheep. You’re voting for some rich kid who wasted all of his dads money and failed in everything he tried to do, and he’s working for the Russians. He’s not some average joe who became president.

Beyond that I don’t give a fuck what you “think” about.

Maybe they’re just tired of people like you telling them everything is their fault for being white
FUCKING LOL

This is why I never discuss anything on here anymore. It’s like every single time you have to state who you are and what you stand for, what your general views are. I don’t know why you guys have such a short memory. This was always one of the main points I’d bring up with leftists on this site that you’re pushing people to become radical with this anti white mentality.

But above all of this, white people are just as culpable as the Jews are of living with a victim mentality and that everyone is out to get them. And you, fuckhead that you are, bought into this culture of victimhood too.

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 11, 2018, 04:10:05 PM »
I’d hardly consider every Trump voter a radical. If you remember back to 2016, basically all the Trump supporters on this website were just a bunch of floodposters that wouldn’t ever respond when challenged on it. That’s basically how I view a large chunk of his voters: they may not necessarily agree with him or know why they voted for him, they just did it anyways.
Yeah... that’s what makes people radicals. Uninformed and quick to jump to conclusions on issues they know nothing about. They base all their opinions on emotion.

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 11, 2018, 04:07:03 PM »
People like Challenger who have no ability to comprehend why some people may see things differently and then characterize them as stupid sheep who are beneath him is ironically funny and already have their answers if they would bother to look in a mirror
Trump voters literally are stupid sheep. You’re voting for some rich kid who wasted all of his dads money and failed in everything he tried to do, and he’s working for the Russians. He’s not some average joe who became president.

Beyond that I don’t give a fuck what you “think” about.

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The Flood / Re: Do some people really not have an "inner voice?"
« on: October 11, 2018, 02:53:13 PM »
Well, yeah. Proof of it is that people think in their own language.

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 11, 2018, 02:49:09 PM »
All I ever heard Trump talking about in his campaign was, "Jobs jobs jobs," and , "we need better immigration control."
Well maybe you should’ve listened a little harder. You would’ve heard the vile shit he promised he was going to do, and has done now that he’s president.

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Which a huge percentage of the population obviously cares about or they wouldn't have voted for him. What makes an issue populist if not being something that a giant portion of the average population cares about? You can have both left populist ideas like healthcare for all, or right populist ideas like stronger immigration laws.
Because appealing to people’s hatred and fear isn’t populism. Bernie was a populist, trump is masquerading as one.

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I don't want to get into how awful Trump is and how vile everyone who voted for him is. Whatever idea you have of half of this country isn't something I'm gonna change anytime soon and it's not really useful to the point I was making.
Oh ok. So we’re just supposed to discuss this within your frame of reality and I can’t bring up any counterpoints to your argument because you simply don’t want me to. Not to mention you just delete my entire post and quote me reiterating your previous post ad nauseam, avoiding my questions completely without providing specific answers for anything. Instead, you’re trying to preach to me how I need to hold hands with people who hate me and somehow that will repair the country.

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All I'm trying to say is that there are people who voted for Trump who will vote the other way, Democrats need to appeal to those people, and they aren't going to do it by being insulting to them.
So why did they all vote for trump instead of Hillary? And I never said anybody should be insulted. My question is with the low turnout last election and trump barely scraping by, how exactly does that lead you to believe that democrats need to appeal to trump voters and not the disenfranchised democratic voters that didn’t vote last election?

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If all you want to reply back to that now is, "every Trump voter is far right," then I don't really have anything else to discuss here.
You don’t have anything you want to discuss at all. You have no idea what you’re talking about, so you’re trying to play the role of the intelligent centrist looking down on us pitiful people who have real opinions.

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 11, 2018, 02:22:34 PM »
Maybe for Bernie, but he was so weak

How exactly was he weak? From what I've seen he ran a really respectable campaign and seemed much "stronger" than Clinton.
Personally I lost all respect for him when he let those two fatass BLM girls take the mic from him at one of his speeches.

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