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  1. Free Speech - it is not for the faint of heart

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    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

    Our founding fathers thought this was important enough to make it the very first amendment to the Constitution. I think it becomes more apparent everyday the wisdom of ...
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  2. Whataboutism: Why do Democrats fear history?

    When that term comes up in a debate it is virtually always from Leftists.

    What is it with you people?

    Why do you seek to ignore history?

    Why are you afraid of context? Is it because your consistent inconsistency makes a mockery of your blatherings?

    Why do you want to deny past experience from trouncing your lame arguments?

    How do you expect to learn if you ignore the lessons of history?
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  3. Conversations with the dead

    Conversations with the dying are hard to have. They are even harder to type out on an internet forum without completely losing most of the emotional impact they had on you.*

    My mother dying:
    "I love dad and I love you".
    18 year old terrified me said "He loves you too" and then I ran away because I could NOT cope. Regret forever for this. forEVER. The next 300 lifetimes I have I will regret what I did that day.

    My father dying:* ...
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  4. Primal Screams

    Primal Screams: How the Sexual Revolution Created Identity Politics by Mary Eberstadt

    From the blurb:
    Legions of people—especially the young—have become unmoored from a firm sense of self. To compensate, they join the ranks of ideological tribes spawned by identity politics and react with frenzy against any perceived threat to their group.
    The sexual revolution shredded our family relationships, shrinking the nuclear and extended families that people ...
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  5. Idea for a movie (MonkeyJumper)

    Time traveler goes back in time like 80,000 years and ends up fighting a gorilla/monkey.

    He resorts to having to climb up a tree and fight this gorilla by jabbing it very hard in the face with a make shift sharp wood stick.

    Eventually when the thing tries climbing up slow and being more careful hes forced to use metal knives to throw at it and it flees.

    Then he tries to take a pop shot at it with a metal spear or something when its resting and it chops off ...
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