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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    Just got a couple of Stimmy's direct deposited. Lets go. :cool: Looks like the homie Biden is gonna push for another round of checks as well.
  2. Re: Dragonball Discussion Kai: Broly but this time it's not Broly

    Toriyama definitely does not write or draw the series, this is indisputable. Super is, however, canon regardless of how anyone feels about it or the direction of the story.
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    Re: Onepunch-Man (redrawn version)

    B-BURASTO! :wub:
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    Re: RIP Those We Lost in 2020

    Didn't always agree with her, but she was an absolute giant of a person who seemed to genuinely care. RIP Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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    Re: The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Thread

    Where can I buy one? :laughing:
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    Re: Onepunch-Man (redrawn version)

    I read on mangasail.
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    There's a myriad of other reasons why someone may vote for one candidate over another that have nothing to do with hating particular groups of people. Not everyone values the same issues or even if...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    That’s incredible :laughing:
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    “High horse”? I’d be saying the same thing if it were Biden supporters boats who sank and Trump supporters were the ones laughing. You want others to have compassion for you? Try having a bit of...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Then why not link something like this? :wassat: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/trump-boat-parade-lake-travis-several-boats-sink/

    You know, something a little less condescending of the victims that...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Yes, lets mock people for losing a $50,000+ dollar investment and nearly their lives for their political affiliations. :cool:
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    Re: Onepunch-Man (redrawn version)

    Incredible chapter!! My jaw literally dropped.
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Okay, fair enough.

    I’m more in favor of debt forgiveness after x amount of years/time in the workforce, but that’s a different conversation.
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Okay, so it's more about debt than it is equality of opportunity.
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    I already did. Kirby suggested that the economy would rise to meet the surge in demand. His words, not mine:

    " More teachers, more doctors, more engineers, more scientists, all providing the...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    What are you talking about?

    I don't "have a beef" with the data. You provided a (bad) source and tried to use it to prove my graph wrong not realizing that my source and Kirby's agree on a 60...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    It also goes against the one your buddy Kirby provided on the previous page. Both his chart and the one I provided are in agreement that the underemployment rate is about 35%. His dates from the 90's...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Willful ignorance of what, exactly? I clearly explained why I don't believe that free education is a feasible or good idea, and provided a source that supports my opinion. I understand you disagree...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    There isn’t enough time in my day to reply to *everyone*. This place is an echo chamber of sorts, so if I reply to 1-2 people I end up addressing most anyway. Generally, I try to steer clear of...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    What handicap? Ya’ll NEED to pile on me to make it fair. :cool:
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Take care bro. I had a good time with this discussion. :) Probably will read it at least a couple of times.
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    According to you though, the economy is going to adapt very quickly to meet the surge in supply. Free educations means more teachers, which means more schools, which means more people to take...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    I’ve quite clearly responded to a lot more than the silly sadism remark. You say that I’m trolling, yet this is all you see? :laughing: Try harder please, Marimo-kun.

    I don’t troll. My viewpoints...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Believe whatever you like.

    You're talking about unemployment. I'm talking about underemployment.

    As someone whose been to college. I can wholeheartedly say with full certaintly that I'd much...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    I misspoke. I meant to say UNDERemployed. Not unemployed.

    It's not that they can't find work, it's that the supply x demand dynamic creates an issue where they are not working the jobs or fields...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Bad. This person, like every other, would have glaring inherent biases. As a species I don't think we're ready for that yet. Everyone hates each other at this point in time.
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Don't be coy. That's what sadism implies. For you to imply that is a little weird and inappropriate in the context of our discussion. Own it and simply choose your words more carefully next time if...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Just because you have more of something, does not mean these people will get to work. Supply x Demand.

    So you think I derive sexual gratification from acknowledging the obvious flaws and wrenches...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    Okay, and every other non-healthcare related field that’s now suffering from a lack of demand due to over saturation? I guess fuck all of those people, right? :laughing: Healthcare is all that...
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    Re: American Politics: We're in for it now

    How many of these countries have 330+ million people living in them? You guys like to conveniently ignore the issue of scaling.
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