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I haven't eaten much recently and would like a pizza. Can someone send me some money through any money app so I can buy one? Please PM me if you're willing.
« on: February 01, 2021, 07:00:56 PM »
If you don't know what I mean by fully immersive virtual reality, think like The Matrix or the anime Sword Art Online but widespread like in the movie/book Ready Player One.This is a topic that has interested me for some time and I have discussed it with quite a few people. My overall thoughts are that with some regulation and moderation, such a technology could be massively and invaluably beneficial for the population of the world as a whole.
I had some simple ideas about how it would work. Things like limiting the playtime to a partial portion of the week, motion-detecting webcams required watching your motionless body, no children logging in at all or at least without parental consent, no forms of virtual intimacy allowed or at the very least severely restricted, and preventing the possibility for people to be forcibly logged in would all be ideas that I thought would make sense. What do you think?
Edit: The idea of having a fully immersive alternate planet for people to live on with countries and all sounds like a lot of fun. Like an entire planet based off of a fictional universe like Ace Combat's Strangereal world or the planet the Avatar: The Legend of Korra series takes place in. It'd be nice to log into your virtual vacation home on a fictional but fully immersive world.
« on: November 26, 2020, 02:15:05 PM »
T4R. I want to talk but don't see any quality discussions going on in here. I long for the days when I could have a meaningful conversation on The Flood back on Bungie.net. This forum never lived up to those days. What's going on here that's worth knowing about? Is there another forum with meaningful discussion that you'd recommend?
« on: June 19, 2019, 02:19:47 PM »
« on: June 10, 2019, 11:44:07 AM »
T4R. Hi. I've come along for a visit. I wanted to see how this place was doing and maybe make it a little nicer.
« on: June 03, 2018, 04:34:20 PM »
« on: May 30, 2018, 10:44:23 PM »
T4R. I think not. It eliminates the purpose. I refer of course to the Second Amendment. I believe all gun laws are unconstitutional and the government has no right to regulate the people's failsafe against it. The Second Amendment is meant to counter the corruptible nature of man on a scale larger than violent crime.
« on: May 26, 2018, 09:59:47 AM »
I believe pedophilia is a genuine psychological issue that needs a legitimate research-based solution. No matter how much many may wish, execution, violence, castration, and incarceration are not long-term solutions. Nobody chooses to be a pedophile. It is an ailment of the mind. Serious research needs to be done into this illness on all fronts. It's amazing how little we actually know about it. Once we know it's cause(s) whether they be genetic, environmental, circumstantial, etc., we can begin work on curing it or at the very least treating it in humane ways. It has caused so much pain throughout the course of humanity and we have only taken reactionary measures to counter it. It's time we start taking preventative measures instead. It also seems that some people have not made some distinctions. Pedophilia is a warped sexual attraction but it does not define the person. Wanting to cure pedophilia is not kindness or compassion towards pedophiles and their desires but rather a preventative measure to protect children from sex crimes. Pedophile=/=Evil Person, Pedophile=/=child molester, pedophile=/=men exclusively, pedophile=/=criminal
What do you think?
Why are blue-skinned woman so prominent in popular sci-fi and fantasy media? What is so fascinating and alluring about them? What I believe is that before the flood, there was much more genetic diversity among man that may have included blue skin if not other colors as well. Now whether or not this and other exotic and extinct skin colors were caused by the nephilim breeding with humanity is up for debate. Regardless I feel that we are naturally inclined to be attracted to blue skinned females and project this attraction in fiction. The same can be said for other colors like purple, green and maybe even orange. Also, Star Wars needs more pretty blue ladies. That is all.
« on: April 12, 2018, 05:21:58 PM »
If you say yes, then sign the petition: https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/internet-bill-rights-2
For the uninitiated:
It didn't make sense to me since free speech is already guaranteed in our constitution.
« on: March 09, 2018, 10:39:28 AM »
There have been hints here and there from POTUS that Q is real, but someone who wants to be skeptical could consider all these thing coincidence. Well not anymore. POTUS literally made a Q with his hand during a speech recently. Link: http://ytcropper.com/cropped/We5aa1b3278dd0a
Here's a couple link for those who want to get up to speed on Q:
T4R. Q seems to be a high level government insider giving us a glimpse at the battle between good and evil behind the scenes. Here is a website that covers many of his posts. https://qanonmap.github.io/
Whether or not you believe he is real, you should keep up anyway. If he real, there is some really heavy shit going on behind the curtain. If he's not, it was fun. The website I posted covers many posts but not all. If you're interested enough, finding the rest of his posts is not hard. Just use duckduckgo.
First, we fund genetic research and editing on a level never seen before. We supply this research with funding from the citizenry themselves. Donations can be my by anyone for any amount, but rigorous precautions and safeguards against corruption would have to be put in place. The goal of this research would be to bodily customization. We make people's skin blue. Anything else they can change to their own personal preference, but their skin has to be blue. No exceptions. Boom. Done.
Also, with all that genetic research, we may end up curing diseases and disorders along the way. So boom, double benefits.
Should the U.S. invade Mexico? The cartels would never expect it. M1 Abrams rolling across the border. Carpet bombing their drug infested rain forests. Liberation of the Mexican people from the oppressive drug cartels. After all that, we annex them and begin a multi-generational effort to improve their infrastructure and way of life. We need to 'muricanize them all. Once we're done with the Mexicans, then we move on to Belize and Guatemala. I figure by 2200, North and South America will be one United America.
On second thought, Canada might be a problem if they weaponize their moose, so I'd bump the deadline up to 2300.
The cartels are everywhere. Murder, human trafficking, and corruption are rampant. Guns are illegal, so the bad guys have all of them. It's a downwards spiral that I see no end to. The only drastic measures I can think of that may improve the situation would be to legalize and regulate recreational use of drugs on both sides of the borders, or make firearms ownership legal in Mexico. Both would likely cause chaos, but I believe the power of the cartels would take a massive hit that I think would be worth it in the long run. Does anyone else have any ideas?
In a dangerous world, is the right to arm oneself a basic human right? Would it not make sense that a man should be able to arm himself equally as well as those who would do him and his family harm, regardless if those people respect the law? Should there be limitations to how well someone can arm themselves? If the items being limited are already exceedingly simple, common and available, would this make any difference to those with no regard for the law?
T4R. A good example of this would be LEA being allowed to operate CP websites in order to catch pedophiles. This would entail possession and distribution on their part. I think it would be a untrue if someone were to say that no one operating these websites at LE headquarters was sexually gratified by the content they were using as a trap. This and practices in the drug war beg the question if these agencies should be allowed to be above the law.
« on: January 11, 2018, 07:51:44 PM »
The only scenes that made the movie worthy of the rated R stamp seemed to be shoehorned in and ridiculous. The first is a scene near the beginning where Matt Damon is attending a very PG-13 party, where he takes some drugs and the movie takes you into a kaleidascope, and in the final scene of this colorful adventure, there is a short glimpse of a toplees woman in a pool. Tits out of nowhere for no reason. The second is some surprise vulgar language towards the end. While there was some F-bombs in the earlier portions in the movie, this was on a different level.
On another note, the human trafficking implications of downsizing would be massive. People would collect small people and dress them up like characters and pit them against each other like cockfighting. Rich children would have small human beings as pets. There are so many other horrible implications. There are also some kinky and practical ones as well. Use your imagination.
« on: January 09, 2018, 10:51:21 AM »
« on: December 31, 2017, 05:07:39 PM »
T4R. Most interesting poll on Sep7agon today.