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BoberFett 8 points ago +8 / -0

Maybe they don't see it because it's front of the strokey side.

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BoberFett 2 points ago +2 / -0

Accident? I wouldn't blame a student for pushing that pedo into the bandsaw.

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BoberFett 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sounds like this might break federal kidnapping laws. Could be a good opportunity for a based red state US attorney to put Newsom in FPMITAP.

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BoberFett 4 points ago +4 / -0

66... For now. Feel free to tag this post and fact check me in 6 months. That temperature will be a moving target.

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BoberFett 2 points ago +2 / -0

Idiocracy

"The years passed, mankind became stupider at a frightening rate. Some had high hopes that genetic engineering would correct this trend in evolution, but sadly the greatest minds and resources were focused on conquering hair loss and prolonging erections. Meanwhile, the population exploded, and intelligence continued to decline until humanity was incapable of solving even its most basic problems."

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BoberFett 2 points ago +2 / -0

Is that because it can't be done, or because commies, politicians, special interest groups, and other general shitheels get in the way of doing things?

Edit: I see for the SC project, it was a government funded project. Anything government funded is destined for failure. That's why the free market exists, because when your money is on the line, you spend it wisely. Government projects are just a get-rich-quick scheme for scumbags. The Big Dig in MA, CA High Speed Rail, and this SC nuclear plant as examples.

The lesson to learn isn't that nuclear can't be done. It's that the entire government in the US from federal to city, is corrupt and needs to be abolished and start from scratch.

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BoberFett 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hindsight is easier, but so is foresight when you're not competing against hidden agendas.

Hindsight has the advantage of time, and the visibility of more facts. That's why government transparency is the most important part of a functioning society. Lack of transparency is why we are in the position we are today. Corruption thrives in the dark, whether we're talking about gain of function research, Hunter's laptop, or Ukraine gibs.

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BoberFett 2 points ago +2 / -0

The smart electronics and gadgets in cars are unreliable, true. But electric motors are ancient technology, far simpler to build and maintain than combustion engines. The biggest problem is energy storage. No battery tech can compete with fossil fuels.

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BoberFett 3 points ago +3 / -0

When chaos ensues, my enemy isn't the invader, it's the usurper that was already here.

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BoberFett 8 points ago +8 / -0

I'm guessing all banks are in on it, just like in the US. They're all controlled by the (((government))).

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BoberFett 1 point ago +1 / -0

Once you put your money in a bank, it's no longer your money. It's the bank's money, and you have an IOU. If they don't want to pay on that IOU, good luck getting it back.

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BoberFett 1 point ago +1 / -0

Minnesota has some great things, but politically we're shit. Minnesota Nice is a euphemism for Minnesota Gullible. It should have been no surprise to anyone that we would elect (supposedly) a US-hating refugee to congress. Our various governors spent years importing as many third worlders as possible to appear "Minnesota Nice". Violent crime is off the charts, and the governor just looks the other way. But Walz will almost definitely get re-elected, because if there's one thing Minnesota leftists love, it's virtue signaling in the face of overwhelming evidence that their policies are shit.

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BoberFett 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't think that's up to the Scheissfresser. I don't remember giving him authority to tell me what I can and can't own.

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