1. #5481
    Quote Originally Posted by s_bushido View Post
    Everyone knows that Canada is a frigid hellscape, warmed only by the fires of burning aborted fetuses. Duh.
    Shit, is that where DC apparently got their power generation plans from? I remember that lady saying that was how DC got their power. In front of Congress, no less!

  2. #5482
    Quote Originally Posted by Varx View Post
    You know how many times I've been suspended for being pro life? Think I care? I'll happily wait out some silly little sentence given by biased modes to keep posting the truth after the fact.
    Not pro life. Pro birth. Pro life would also mean stating the death penalty shouldn't be allowed in ANY circumstance. It would mean requiring people to donate blood or organs(when they die or extra organs) to those that need them to live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s_bushido View Post
    Everyone knows that Canada is a frigid hellscape, warmed only by the fires of burning aborted fetuses. Duh.
    Lies. I heard it was from them burning all of the access maple leaves and moose droppings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gondrin View Post
    Not pro life. Pro birth. Pro life would also mean stating the death penalty shouldn't be allowed in ANY circumstance. It would mean requiring people to donate blood or organs(when they die or extra organs) to those that need them to live.

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    Lies. I heard it was from them burning all of the access maple leaves and moose droppings.
    Also wrong.

    We're heated by the sheer rage radiating off the geese.

  4. #5484
    Quote Originally Posted by Lynarii View Post
    Also wrong.

    We're heated by the sheer rage radiating off the geese.
    Damn Canadian geese. Spawns of the devil. The literal devil. Things have fleshy teeth on their tongues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gondrin View Post
    Damn Canadian geese. Spawns of the devil. The literal devil. Things have fleshy teeth on their tongues.
    Canada geese. They're not Canadian. Nothing that angry can be.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Endus View Post
    Canada geese. They're not Canadian. Nothing that angry can be.
    I see you're not claiming ownership of those assholes that shit all over my lawn. How dare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gondrin View Post
    Not pro life. Pro birth. Pro life would also mean stating the death penalty shouldn't be allowed in ANY circumstance. It would mean requiring people to donate blood or organs(when they die or extra organs) to those that need them to live.
    We know the right isn't pro life and never have been. Their obsession with guns for one. The fact that organ donor isn't a default status that can be opted out of for two. As you pointed out, mandatory blood donations that could save countless lives.

    As George Carlin put it, if you're unborn you're fine with the right, but as soon as you're born fuck you.
    Plenty of people have been holding their breath waiting for me to fail. I think they all suffocated years ago.
    Quote Originally Posted by Zython View Post
    Just came here to remind people that the right has no moral conscious. If they ever try to morally scold you, it's not because they think what you're doing is wrong. Is because it's effective, and want to discourage you from doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endus View Post
    Canada geese. They're not Canadian. Nothing that angry can be.
    No, they're Canadian geese. We know that Canada has secretly found a way to channel all their rage and frustration into their geese to send them south for the winter. It just seems that there are some recent bugs in the system which has resulted in some people still being very upset over some vaccine mandate that doesn't exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endus View Post
    Canada geese. They're not Canadian. Nothing that angry can be.
    It was explained that the Canadian geese exist as they are to absorb and concentrate all the negative emotions Canadians would feel living in a socialist communist frozen blightscape.

    Otherwise the Canadians would have come across the border and lakes on mooseback bearing hockey sticks and real beer looking for a fight.
    Quote Originally Posted by Crissi View Post
    Quit using other posters as levels of crazy. That is not ok

  9. #5489
    Quote Originally Posted by Endus View Post
    Canada geese. They're not Canadian. Nothing that angry can be.
    Nope. You don't get to disown those evil things. Canada has to own those geese. They are like a massive mood ring. They absorb all the negative emotions around them. That is why most Canadians are mellow. Those geese absorb all the rest of those emotions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu 2020 View Post
    I see you're not claiming ownership of those assholes that shit all over my lawn. How dare.
    As someone who did lawn care near water. I can not tell you how much I hate geese over ANY other animal in the world.... lol
    I have a fan. Seems he was permabanned.
    Yo, don't mind my "street talk"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endus View Post
    Canada geese. They're not Canadian. Nothing that angry can be.
    Dude they're fucking savage. You ever walk by one with her little ducklings in tow. Mama duck will hiss and get real fucling aggressive.
    The hammer comes down:
    Quote Originally Posted by Osmeric View Post
    Normal should be reduced in difficulty. Heroic should be reduced in difficulty.
    And the tiny fraction for whom heroic raids are currently well tuned? Too bad,so sad! With the arterial bleed of subs the fastest it's ever been, the vanity development that gives you guys your own content is no longer supportable.

  12. #5492
    Justice Alito jokes with Justice Kagan that, "You do see a lot of Black children in Ku Klux Klan outfits all the time," during oral arguments in a free speech case.

    Audio in link. Please listen for full context.

    Umm, keeping it here but I could put this in the Alito thread about the leaks. Geez when I can post in multiple threads about SCOTUS.

    So this is a joke? I guess Alito is saying that it would be wrong to force a black Santa to take pictures with kids in kkk outfits. Where as kkk is not a protected class. The Colorado lawyer points this out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paranoid Android View Post
    Justice Alito jokes with Justice Kagan that, "You do see a lot of Black children in Ku Klux Klan outfits all the time," during oral arguments in a free speech case.

    Audio in link. Please listen for full context.

    Umm, keeping it here but I could put this in the Alito thread about the leaks. Geez when I can post in multiple threads about SCOTUS.

    So this is a joke? I guess Alito is saying that it would be wrong to force a black Santa to take pictures with kids in kkk outfits. Where as kkk is not a protected class. The Colorado lawyer points this out.
    If he “jokes” like that there, gives you an idea what he says in private.
    Since we can't call out Trolls and Bad Faith posters and the Ignore function doesn't actually ignore it. Add
    "mmo-champion.com##li.postbitignored"
    to your ublock or adblock filter to actually ignore ignored posters. Now just need a way to ignore responses to them as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paranoid Android View Post
    Justice Alito jokes with Justice Kagan that, "You do see a lot of Black children in Ku Klux Klan outfits all the time," during oral arguments in a free speech case.

    Audio in link. Please listen for full context.

    Umm, keeping it here but I could put this in the Alito thread about the leaks. Geez when I can post in multiple threads about SCOTUS.

    So this is a joke? I guess Alito is saying that it would be wrong to force a black Santa to take pictures with kids in kkk outfits. Where as kkk is not a protected class. The Colorado lawyer points this out.
    He's an absolute horror show. Good analysis here of how the right wing of the Court is trying to pretend it's about content rather than immutable characteristics: https://www.thenation.com/article/so...-303-creative/

    "That’s why all of the inverted Klan analogies the conservatives were trying out didn’t make any sense. A black carpenter can refuse to make a cross for a person who wants to take it to a Klan rally. But that carpenter cannot refuse to make a cross for white people. The Klan analogy works only if you assume that every white person who would ask for a cross would only want it for a Klan rally, but I think white people are better than Alito and Barrett would have you believe.

    But conservatives don’t see it that way because they came into oral arguments determined to frame Smith’s discrimination as content-based instead of status based. Along with Alito and Barrett, justices Clarence Thomas, Neil Gorsuch, and alleged attempted rapist Brett Kavanugh all asked questions focused on Smith’s right to refuse to work on same-sex weddings, and waved away lawyers from Colorado (and the U.S. Department of Justice) who argued that discriminating against the “message” of same-sex marriage (that is, refusing that specific service) is the same as discriminating against LGBTQ couples looking for website designs."
    Conservatism consists of exactly one proposition, to wit: There must be in-groups whom the law protects but does not bind, alongside out-groups whom the law binds but does not protect. There is nothing more or else to it, and there never has been, in any place or time. --Frank Wilhoit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fugus View Post
    If he “jokes” like that there, gives you an idea what he says in private.
    He probably keeps his robes and pointy hat in a sealed case.

  16. #5496
    Quote Originally Posted by postman1782 View Post
    He probably keeps his robes and pointy hat in a sealed case.
    And we have a judge in Texas attempting to give wife beaters their firearms back based on his last screwed up ruling.

    This one, I can see a local ISP refusing to offer service to LBGTQ individuals and I can see many other companies starting to refuse to offer services to companies that refuse to service them as well.

    Imagine Comcast or Spectrum refusing service to LBGTQ and start seeing stores refuse to offer supplies to other businesses that refuse to serve LBGTQ. That can be one hell of a cluster fuck.
    Since we can't call out Trolls and Bad Faith posters and the Ignore function doesn't actually ignore it. Add
    "mmo-champion.com##li.postbitignored"
    to your ublock or adblock filter to actually ignore ignored posters. Now just need a way to ignore responses to them as well.

  17. #5497
    Suppose this could go here.
    House passes historic marriage equality bill
    Spoiler: 
    The Respect for Marriage Act passed 258-169, with 39 Republicans voting yes.

    The House on Thursday passed a bill to codify federal recognition of same-sex and interracial marriages, which now goes to President Joe Biden's desk for his signature.

    The Respect for Marriage Act passed with bipartisan support in a 258-169 vote. Thirty-nine Republicans joined Democrats in voting yes on the measure.

    The legislation passed with cheers and hugs on the floor. Former Rep. Barney Frank, an openly gay Democrat who has long fought for marriage equality, was present for the vote.

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Rep. David Cicilline, Sen. Tammy Baldwin, Rep. Jerry Nadler and Republican Sen. Susan Collins held a bill enrollment ceremony celebrating the bill's passage.

    "What a great day," Pelosi said at the ceremony, thanking her colleagues for their support. "At last we have history in the making, but not only are we on the ride sight of history, we are on the right side of the future: expanding freedom in America."

    Pelosi, who is leaving her post as House Democratic leader, has said she is "particularly happy" the Respect for Marriage Act will be one of the last bills she signs in her role.

    "Once signed into law, the Respect for Marriage Act will help prevent right-wing extremists from upending the lives of loving couples traumatizing kids across the country, and turning back the clock on hard-won progress," Pelosi said in a floor speech ahead of the vote.

    Biden has said he's prepared to sign the measure after it passed the House. In a statement after Senate passage last week, he said he will "promptly and proudly sign it into law."

    Ensuring same-sex marriage rights are protected between states became a top priority for Democrats in light of the Supreme Court's June decision to overrule its precedent in 1973's Roe v. Wade guaranteeing a constitutional right to abortion.

    Justice Clarence Thomas indicated in a concurring opinion at the time that he would like to see the court reverse the 2015 ruling Obergefell v. Hodges guaranteeing the national right to same-sex marriage, which was decided on similar grounds as Roe.

    The Respect for Marriage Act will not codify Obergefell and set a national requirement that all states must license same-sex marriages. But it will require individual states to recognize a same-sex (or interracial) marriage that was lawfully performed in another state.

    The Senate passed the bill last week, 61-36 -- marking a victory for Democrats during the lame-duck after months of negotiations with Republicans. Twelve members of the GOP voted in support of the legislation.

    Schumer at Thursday's bill enrollment ceremony said the issue is personal for many in Congress. Schumer's daughter is married to her wife.

    "Thanks to the tireless advocacy of many -- many in this room -- and the dogged work by many of my colleagues, my grandchild will live in a world that will respect and honor their mothers' marriage," he said. "So yes, this is about millions of LGBTQ Americans in the country but countless other lives of children and families will also be impacted."

    The House passed a similar version of this legislation earlier this year, with 47 Republicans supporting it. The Senate version includes new language to ease some GOP concerns about religious freedom.
    Quote Originally Posted by Linkedblade View Post
    Of course I'm against democracy.

  18. #5498
    Quote Originally Posted by UnifiedDivide View Post
    Suppose this could go here.
    House passes historic marriage equality bill
    Spoiler: 
    The Respect for Marriage Act passed 258-169, with 39 Republicans voting yes.

    The House on Thursday passed a bill to codify federal recognition of same-sex and interracial marriages, which now goes to President Joe Biden's desk for his signature.

    The Respect for Marriage Act passed with bipartisan support in a 258-169 vote. Thirty-nine Republicans joined Democrats in voting yes on the measure.

    The legislation passed with cheers and hugs on the floor. Former Rep. Barney Frank, an openly gay Democrat who has long fought for marriage equality, was present for the vote.

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Rep. David Cicilline, Sen. Tammy Baldwin, Rep. Jerry Nadler and Republican Sen. Susan Collins held a bill enrollment ceremony celebrating the bill's passage.

    "What a great day," Pelosi said at the ceremony, thanking her colleagues for their support. "At last we have history in the making, but not only are we on the ride sight of history, we are on the right side of the future: expanding freedom in America."

    Pelosi, who is leaving her post as House Democratic leader, has said she is "particularly happy" the Respect for Marriage Act will be one of the last bills she signs in her role.

    "Once signed into law, the Respect for Marriage Act will help prevent right-wing extremists from upending the lives of loving couples traumatizing kids across the country, and turning back the clock on hard-won progress," Pelosi said in a floor speech ahead of the vote.

    Biden has said he's prepared to sign the measure after it passed the House. In a statement after Senate passage last week, he said he will "promptly and proudly sign it into law."

    Ensuring same-sex marriage rights are protected between states became a top priority for Democrats in light of the Supreme Court's June decision to overrule its precedent in 1973's Roe v. Wade guaranteeing a constitutional right to abortion.

    Justice Clarence Thomas indicated in a concurring opinion at the time that he would like to see the court reverse the 2015 ruling Obergefell v. Hodges guaranteeing the national right to same-sex marriage, which was decided on similar grounds as Roe.

    The Respect for Marriage Act will not codify Obergefell and set a national requirement that all states must license same-sex marriages. But it will require individual states to recognize a same-sex (or interracial) marriage that was lawfully performed in another state.

    The Senate passed the bill last week, 61-36 -- marking a victory for Democrats during the lame-duck after months of negotiations with Republicans. Twelve members of the GOP voted in support of the legislation.

    Schumer at Thursday's bill enrollment ceremony said the issue is personal for many in Congress. Schumer's daughter is married to her wife.

    "Thanks to the tireless advocacy of many -- many in this room -- and the dogged work by many of my colleagues, my grandchild will live in a world that will respect and honor their mothers' marriage," he said. "So yes, this is about millions of LGBTQ Americans in the country but countless other lives of children and families will also be impacted."

    The House passed a similar version of this legislation earlier this year, with 47 Republicans supporting it. The Senate version includes new language to ease some GOP concerns about religious freedom.
    Bare fucking minimum.
    Blessed are the fornicates, may we bend down to be their whores. Blessed are the rich, may our labor deliver them more.
    Blessed are the envious; bless the slothful, the wrathful, the vain. Blessed are the gluttonous, may they feast us to famine and war.
    What of the pious, the pure of heart, the peaceful, the meek, the mourning, and the merciful? All doomed, all doomed

  19. #5499
    Quote Originally Posted by Fugus View Post
    And we have a judge in Texas attempting to give wife beaters their firearms back based on his last screwed up ruling.

    This one, I can see a local ISP refusing to offer service to LBGTQ individuals and I can see many other companies starting to refuse to offer services to companies that refuse to service them as well.

    Imagine Comcast or Spectrum refusing service to LBGTQ and start seeing stores refuse to offer supplies to other businesses that refuse to serve LBGTQ. That can be one hell of a cluster fuck.

    Well this is in TX, so no big surprise here...

    https://www.vox.com/policy-and-polit...deanda-becerra

  20. #5500
    Quote Originally Posted by Resurgo View Post
    Well this is in TX, so no big surprise here...

    https://www.vox.com/policy-and-polit...deanda-becerra
    Oh, this dude didn't like the sexual revolution? Hope he has daughters who one day start an OnlyFans because they hate their father.

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