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The Flood / Re: 4chan's new mascot
« on: October 17, 2018, 10:47:35 AM »
It's cute.

Is there some deep fore-chin lore explaining why she has a hole on the side of her skirt?

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The Flood / Re: 4chan's new mascot
« on: October 16, 2018, 10:57:01 PM »
I fail to see the problem.

reread your op and look at your avatar

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The Flood / Re: 4chan's new mascot
« on: October 16, 2018, 10:49:27 PM »
That's gonna be a YIKES for me.

📸

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The Flood / 4chan's new mascot
« on: October 16, 2018, 10:45:41 PM »
Well, their new vtuber to be precise:



Good thing this won, seeing SEETHING pedofags lose their shit over their precious lolibear losing is just the cherry on top to having best entry win.

"M-M-MUH RIGGED POLLS!"

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 16, 2018, 10:12:01 PM »
You're trolling because you openly admit to being a radical, claim that the idea of presumption of innocence is negligent, wanting a man's reputation and name slandered all because he comes from a higher class life and because you just don't like him (ignoring whatever allegations against him), believe that being called a rapist to the entire world isn't grounds for being angry, and that all this is somehow the enlightened world view that would make our country a better place.

But nah, you're totally serious right? Jesus fucking Christ it's a good thing you'll never be in a position of power cause all you would do is run the world into the ground; you'd probably do it faster than that orange imbecile in the White House currently is. Of course this all is just going to fall on deaf ears, anyone who openly admits to being a radical is a lost cause.


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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 16, 2018, 09:17:59 PM »
1. You never brought that up with me.
2. I didn't continue with Eli cause he was clearly trolling (at least, I sincerely hope he is).

It’s funny how you keep bringing this shit up (which was already brought up against him and dismissed), yet you never directly respond to the points where he’s obviously lying about things in relation to his high school years and behavior towards Ford.

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 16, 2018, 08:55:01 PM »
It wasn't defending him, it was just more criticism of his opposition's tactics.

>Lies to the WH & Judiciary Committee
>Has multiple perjuries against him
>These are recorded and archived for everyone to see
>Instead his opponents decide to push a bogus story with no realistic credibility

If they really wanted Kavanaugh not to be confirmed, he handed his enemies the answer to his rejection on a silver platter and it was ignored.

No please go on. I'm curious how anyone who isn't blatantly shilling for Trump can defend this "person".

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 16, 2018, 06:43:41 PM »
EDIT: It's not even worth it.

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Serious / Re: Where the hell was this version of Hillary Clinton before?
« on: October 16, 2018, 01:59:07 PM »
Unlikely if he keeps getting kicked off everything and kicked out everywhere.

#Alex Jones 2032

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The Flood / Re: Wallpaper Thread
« on: October 16, 2018, 08:00:33 AM »
Does it work on a three monitor setup?
Is it actively animated?

That sounds super cool.

For my PC I use this neat little program called DesktopEarth. You can set a view of Earth and mess with the angle and stuff then have a more or less realtime updated view of Earth, which is pretty neat if you watch evening sweep over your country.

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The Flood / Re: Wallpaper Thread
« on: October 14, 2018, 07:39:44 PM »
The movie trilogy as a whole is one giant mistake.

Rebellion was a mistake.

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The Flood / Re: Wallpaper Thread
« on: October 14, 2018, 05:11:53 PM »
How does it feel to have such an objectively wrong opinion?

Homura did everything wrong.

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The Flood / Re: Wallpaper Thread
« on: October 14, 2018, 04:25:21 PM »
Worst girl.

Laptop, image 110 of 208

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The Flood / Re: Wallpaper Thread
« on: October 14, 2018, 12:57:28 AM »
Lock Screen

Home Screen

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The Flood / Re: what is the worst thing you've done in the past 168 hours
« on: October 13, 2018, 04:32:32 AM »
There's a small travel book section in one of the stores I work at, includes some romance novels. There's a new girl at work who we all think is a bit androphobic and really not good in social situations. I grabbed one of the books, opened to a random page and started reading aloud, hilarity ensued.

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The Flood / Re: I survived Hurricane Michael
« on: October 13, 2018, 04:29:14 AM »
I always forget that I'm not the only Floridian here.

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The Flood / Re: Happy Monday to all.
« on: October 08, 2018, 11:24:44 AM »
Lurking before work. Today should be an alright day at work.

Tomorrow's gonna suck though.

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 08, 2018, 12:08:49 AM »
Why don’t you answer what I’m asking you instead of pretending to be Lindsey Graham.

Do I think he's guilty of several crimes? Probably. But I'll let the investigations decide the absolute answer. I don't know how many times I have to say it for you to be satisfied but I'll humor you: I don't like Trump.

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This is about getting trump out of office. He’s a criminal. He’s a traitor. This is way beyond partisanship, it’s about our democracy.

There's other ways of fighting back against Trump, even on the subject of Kavanaugh; but this was by far the worst possible way of doing so.

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 07, 2018, 07:52:53 PM »
The only reason he’s the nominee is because he’s the only one who’s gonna make sure that even if trump gets impeached he won’t have to go to prison. Or do you think trump isn’t guilty of several crimes too?

Just because I'm defending Kavanaugh from bullshit sexual assault allegations doesn't mean I agree with him. His opposition would've been far more credible if they had used his multiple perjuries while he was being questioned by the Judiciary Committee instead of trying this nuclear Salem witch hunt (which failed).

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Are you going to vote republican this midterm to make sure he can install his dictatorship?

I vote every two years, and while I am a member of the Republican party, I don't vote on party lines. Not only would it be useless since I'm in the most blue county in the state of FL, the Democratic candidates here aren't really alarming. I may not agree with Bill Nelson on almost every issue but I don't want that absolute snake Rick Scott in the Senate.

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 07, 2018, 05:28:49 PM »
I mean he clearly did it,

I like how you can say that without proof.

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but the main reason he should've been denied for the position was the way he handled the accusations. The entitled anger of a rich white boy who's never known real consequences his entire life. And then 3 days later he tries to apologise for his emotional behaviour. People who have known abusive people in their own lives can see this behaviour coming from miles away; act abusive, then apologise and victimise yourself to make the actual victim feel sorry for you. He's unfit for the position regardless of the allegations' truth.

You're right, he shouldn't have gotten angry. I mean it's not like the main opposition against him getting the position is a bogus story from 36 years ago saying he's sexually harassed someone. Yeah, I can't possibly see why he would be mad over that.

And abusive behavior? Come on, this is ridiculous and you know it. He was angry, and rightfully so, and you think that's a sign of him being abusive? Even if he didn't get the job but his name was cleared, the damage has already been done, he can't go anywhere in public without people going "Oh he's that rapist" not just him but his family has to deal with the shit as well. We'd all be pretty fucking angry if we were in his position and anyone saying they wouldn't be is bullshitting.

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Peterson had an interesting take on this (that he's now getting flak for from his fellow conservatives) that if Kavanaugh was truly right for the job, upon confirmation, he should have stepped down knowing how polarising he was. This would've have cleared his reputation in most people's eyes and have worked to lessen the divide between parties right now. But no, he knows the only reason he's there is to push the "Trump can pardon himself" initiative knowing that there will most likely be a democratic senate come December that will push to impeach.

I like Peterson but that is complete nonsense. If he's completely right for the job why shouldn't he keep his position? All him stepping down would do is appease the people who have worked nonstop for the last month to drag his name through the mud. Anyone Trump nominates is going to go through just as much of a shit show and the seat would be left vacant until who the fuck knows. That's not fair to the people qualified who might be nominated, it's not fair to the Senate (both parties) having to repeat the whole process, and it's not fair to the American people having to watch it.

As for the second half, I know that the opposition party tends to win in the mid-terms but this whole fiasco has spurred multiple news articles on a GOP surge in voter-turnout.

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Serious / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« on: October 07, 2018, 04:05:33 PM »
No. Something like that would've been extremely hard to prove the day after it happened, good fucking luck finding something 36 years later. With that said, he's innocent until proven guilty and all the people saying that doesn't matter because it's not an actual trial can piss off, it's the principle/idea/spirit of the thing.

Do you think there’s enough evidence to be suspicious or even condemn him?

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The Flood / Re: Convince me anyone making more than 250k
« on: October 04, 2018, 12:26:57 AM »
It's hard for me to believe it's all a hoax to make me a drone for the rest of my life when I've seen plenty of people in my small time in the work force reach it themselves. It's easy for me to believe it's just a giant pipe dream, but it's also easy to see my friends reach management within six months of being in the same job I'm in with the only difference between me and them is that they're in a different location.

I'm not a workaholic because I'm trying to avoid my problems; quite the opposite, but I'm not going to get into the discussion over the morality (or lack thereof) of why I want to move up, it's neither here nor there. But the fact of the matter is, I've seen plenty of people I directly work with, who are my equals move up the ladder. You say it doesn't exist, but I'm literally looking right at it on a daily basis.

There is no "working up the corporate ladder." There's taking care of yourself by fighting the company at every turn; the battle between the corporation and the individual must always be on the individual's terms because if it isn't, the corporation will steamroll you. There's one person you should work hard in this life: yourself. If you're working 60 hours a week in the hopes that someone will eventually notice your hard work, wake up and smell the flowers.

Furthermore, this idea that you have to work long and hard when you're young is absolute bullshit when you consider we've been fed this line for 30 years and we have people in their forties still working as long and as hard for barely enough to get by. If you are working that much, your mental health, your physical health or your relationship with your friends and family are strained, all of which you have a responsibility to take care of as a member of society.

I get that you're this socially awkward weirdo but running away from your problems by being a "workaholic" isn't going to work out in your benefit. Better to realize it now than wake up in 10 years with nothing to show for it.

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The Flood / Re: Convince me anyone making more than 250k
« on: October 03, 2018, 11:51:08 PM »
Says the guy that thinks taxing people for 95% of their income is a good idea.

You're so naive it's unbelievable.

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The Flood / Re: Convince me anyone making more than 250k
« on: October 03, 2018, 11:33:16 PM »
The challenge of harder work.
The ability to make long lasting changes within the company.
Among other things as well.

To become Mickey Mouse? I don’t get it.

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The Flood / Re: Convince me anyone making more than 250k
« on: October 03, 2018, 11:11:01 PM »
>Hey work towards this goal in life so that you'll make more money and be happier
>But when you reach that goal we're going to tax the shit out of your income so you're doing more work/more responsibility so you'll have practically the same amount you had before

I guess it's a good thing I want to climb the corporate ladder at work for reasons other than more money.

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The Flood / Re: Really Enjoying The Bowsette Trend Lately
« on: September 28, 2018, 11:52:30 PM »
It's insufferable smut and I can't wait for it to fucking die out. The internet has become damn near uninhabitable because of this fiasco.

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The Flood / Re: I grew out a beard and now I have to shave it
« on: September 25, 2018, 12:25:40 PM »
I will when I get off work tonight.

pics

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The Flood / Re: I grew out a beard and now I have to shave it
« on: September 25, 2018, 10:05:22 AM »
To the fold?

Mashallah brother I didn’t know you had returned to the fold

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The Flood / I grew out a beard and now I have to shave it
« on: September 24, 2018, 11:48:33 PM »
My beard is full enough for work but hardly full enough for a real "professional" look and I got a call for another promotion interview on Wednesday, meaning if I want to look good for the interview I have to chop the whole thing off after I spent the last two weeks growing it out.

Console me.

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The Flood / Re: Time or money
« on: September 22, 2018, 09:11:30 PM »
I would take the offer, not for the money but for experience and addition to your credentials.

However, keep in mind I'm incredibly ambitious and a total workaholic so both of those things is swaying my response.

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