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Tarrock 2 points ago +2 / -0

About 5 years ago MSN turned their comment section off stating they would soon return, but never did.

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Tarrock 3 points ago +8 / -5

They're a private country, they can do whatever they want. No one's forcing you to use Nigeria. The first ammendment doesn't apply to private countries like Nigeria.

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Tarrock 2 points ago +3 / -1

Mine is the one where he says that he hopes that isn't alien life since the US would just start giving them free money.

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Tarrock 1 point ago +1 / -0

Back before all the lockdowns, there was videos "leaking" out of china of people passing out in the middle of the street, foaming from the mouth due to covid, and secret 'news' that getting this disease twice would kill you. We all know that was bullshit.

One thing to remember is that China sent experts all around the world last march encouraging all these countries to destroy their economies by locking down.

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Tarrock 2 points ago +2 / -0

I used to work at a store and once a year, these carnies would come and set up this carnival. You could walk from 1 end to the other in 20 secs. They'd basically set it up over a day or two. I bet it'll turn out to be like 2-3 rides that can be set up quickly.

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Tarrock 2 points ago +2 / -0

Police love hate speech laws. They get to sit on their asses in the AC and screw around online all day. They aren't put in any danger, and at the end of the year, these pump up their numbers which makes them look productive. Meanwhile, actual crimes go unpunished.

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Tarrock 0 points ago +1 / -1

You WON'T do shit about it though.

If people wanted to stop it, they'd be going after the media's advertisers and making those companies afraid to sponsor these outlets.

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Tarrock 3 points ago +3 / -0

People need to sue over them disabling comments. We saw with Trump that the government can't block people from posting.

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Tarrock 1 point ago +1 / -0

It doesn't stand for Dragon, infact, Luffy's dad is named Dragon. The D is currently a mystery of what it stands for as there's a phenomena in the universe called "The Will of D" where people with D in their name will cause problems for the world government. People speculate that the D stands for Demon.

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Tarrock 1 point ago +2 / -1

Born to late to explore the world, born to early to explore the universe, born just in time to defend trannies.

by TlKr
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Tarrock 4 points ago +5 / -1

There's two types of job markets; an employee's market, and an employer's market. Your grandparents could raise a huge family and buy a house with 1 parent working because it was an employee's market. When Companies have to fight to get workers, they have to raise wages and create incentives like Pensions in order to hire the best talent.

When you double the work force by putting women in it without doubling the number of jobs, then you create an employer's market, where people have to compeete with MANY other candidates for a simple job, which means they don't have to offer up as much to attract talent since people will work for scraps since demand is higher than supply. Wages get slashed and longer term benefits like pensions no longer exist.

Also, when you get women in government, they start voting for welfare and other feel good programs. The family unit breaks down because people start seeing the government as a protector due to the money. Go look up the play Assembly Women from the ancient greeks.

In 392 BC, the Greek playwright Aristophanes wrote a play called "Ekklesiazousai" which translates to "The Assembly Woman". The play was created for two purposes 1) To make fun of the current congress saying that women would be more efficient than them by enacting a radical agenda, 2)To show what happens when women get power. The ancient Greeks knew back then that giving women power leads to massive welfare, sexual liberation, and other communist ideas.

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Tarrock 1 point ago +2 / -1

When are people going to go after the Media's advertisers? They can't operate without money.

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Tarrock 1 point ago +1 / -0

At the very least talk to a lawyer, talking with them is free. It could be a major payday even if the company settles.

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Tarrock 2 points ago +2 / -0

Are you able to sue for slander? Have you talking with a lawyer?

If someone ran an article like that about me, I'd have my lawyer on the phone within 10 mins.