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They are mad that religious American zealots are being portrayed in a negative light. "Dis is y trump wooon".?

Loons. The lot of ya.?
May 26, 2017 7:04 PM
Maybe it's because we don't obsess over identity politics that we don't have shit like this in Western Europe. Also the fact that women get maternity leave and paid vacations. Women are better represented in entertainment and especially in politics. Maybe that's why we don't feel the need to do stuff like this.?
May 26, 2017 6:51 PM
So, you Yanks have put the lives of Britons in mortal danger by exposing sensitive intelligence ahead of the UK themselves. ?How do you explain this? Stupid fucking yanks. Butchers of the west.?

And you wonder why we despise you cunts.
May 24, 2017 1:41 PM
This is what fucking gets me.....

[font="Adobe Garamond W01", Georgia, Cambria, "Times New Roman", Times, serif]?Pods of white men leaving carefully crafted bubbles of society, seeking out new cultures while representing strict interpretations of civilization and religion, unable to accept the diversity and perspectives of different cultures[/font]

Not all cultures are morally equivalent. I don't have to accept desert barbarism by the name of 'difference' in culture.

Shaving your kids' clit off is not acceptable. I don't give a fuck that it's your culture.
May 12, 2017 7:09 PM

[font="Adobe Garamond W01", Georgia, Cambria, "Times New Roman", Times, serif]What makes Ego?s past and motivations so striking is how reminiscent they are of historical Western imperialism. Pods of white men leaving carefully crafted bubbles of society, seeking out new cultures while representing strict interpretations of civilization and religion, unable to accept the diversity and perspectives of different cultures, compelled by an ambiguous higher purpose to reform those cultures into their Western image, haunted by a loneliness stemming from the insecurities that come with the scary realization that life and culture is so much more different and complex than they realized, driving them to force resisting cultures to box themselves into their way of life. Even Ego?s hypocritical breeding with the cultures he judges so harshly to increase his power recalls the capitalistic motives that fueled imperialism. And Ego?s decision to kill the woman he loves in the name of his ?purpose? reveals the necessary choice to suppress the emotional connections you make with others - which also suppresses the potential for empathy and understanding of points-of-view separate from your own - to set yourself apart and above, the instrument of a greater purpose, justifying the oppression, destruction and reformation of existing cultures. Ego is like the Western Imperialists he recalls: vain, immature, emotionally unprepared for the realities of life, so solipsistically obsessed with his interpretation of the universe that he can?t fully accept other perspectives.[/font]

[font="Adobe Garamond W01", Georgia, Cambria, "Times New Roman", Times, serif]In a world of homogenized white super heroes, played by a group of homogenized white actors, circulated by a homogenized white movie industry, who all determine the terms of engagement for minorities through the establishment of social guidelines those minorities are pressured to follow to gain social currency, the word ?legacy? comes to mind.?[/font]

[font="Adobe Garamond W01", Georgia, Cambria, "Times New Roman", Times, serif]Da fuck??[/font]

May 12, 2017 5:50 PM
May 12, 2017 5:47 PM
I am sorry that you hate grown ups who have retained some childlike sense wonder and optimism, refusing to let life beat them down to boring old cunts.
May 9, 2017 1:22 AM

May 9, 2017 1:15 AM
Le Pen slaughtered. Macron won. The European Union is reinforced by even stronger conviction. Bonded with humility and secular logic.?

Of course this would happen. The French are smart and educated. Western Europeans are smart and civilised. Living in countries with by far the highest standard of living the world has ever seen, past and present. We aren't gonna be goaded by populists playing on poorly educated people's bias and prejudices. That only happens in religious shitholes with poor educational standards. Places like Turkey and the United States.?
May 7, 2017 11:29 PM
Has Nolan taken notes and pointers on how to stage action from Snyder? In fact, it looks very Snydery in terms of colour grading and aesthetic. That can only be a good thing. Though I don't expect him to live up to Snyder's excellence.?
May 7, 2017 11:24 PM
Better than the first. I loved the bold decision to make it less epic than the first so they can peel open the characters and examine them. It's that rare summer blockbuster that puts character over chaos. It also has the best Marvel villain since Loki.

"I'm Mary Poppins y'all".
May 7, 2017 9:45 PM
Janson JinnistanTrump wants to give "public" monuments back to "the people". ?I assume he has some specific people in mind.

I don't really believe that poll (hide your erection, Ben). ?Trump supporters are not stupid about their economic interests, it's only that so many of them, as well as many in the media, simply cannot bring themselves to acknowledge the ugly truth that they deliberately decided to prioritize racism - what they see as preserving the racial character of the country - over economics. ?I imagine many of them have given up, and voting for Trump was a sabotage vote, but, again, spite while not constructive is not necessarily due to ignorance of the options. ?And again, there's just a resistance to acknowledging exactly what this motive is. ?Calling them stupid, as if they were incapable of making these priorities and decisions, is condescending and, really, kind of an easy excuse. ?Maybe we should take them at their word that they really are racist and spiteful. ?Or really, really looking forward to those tax cuts. ?(All of this post-election analysis badly underestimates Trump's support among the rich.)

Most of that poll's projections are based on a poor showing for Hillary, but the article never bothers to delve into why she was a weak candidate and why she had such trouble connecting with people's aspirations and political goals. ?Like Hillary herself (Shattered is pretty dishy, but revealing), Salon seems to be in denial on this matter. ?The fact that a sliver of her voters are disheartened after this election is not quite enough proof that the popular vote would flip if held today. ?Even better, of course, would be a better candidate against Trump, but, as we can see with clownish clarity, it's almost as if the Dems are determined to keep losing.

I liked the phrase "civic literacy", and, yes, Americans are flunking that test. ?Almost as if there's been a bi-partisan degradation of public education over last 15-20 years.

So, Muricans aren't dumb, but vile and racist? But racism is often a trait of the ignorant.
Bipartisan? The dems wanna destroy schools too?
Apr 27, 2017 12:18 AM
Some of his wonderful posts

[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]When I'm out with friends, including girls, you know EXACTLY what the conversation will entail, it's gossip or fashion, pop culture, trendiness, personal experiences. Nothing abstract. They do not chat in the abstract...when I told myself I thought they were smart, I really had the footnote in the back of my head... smart.. for a woman...But you know what two-way conversation I'm never going to have with a woman is? About how interesting special relativity is. How I consider the free-will argument to be moot because time travel causes paradoxes that render the concept nonsensical. Oh, sure, they'll be interested, or at least act like they are. But there will be no two way conversation...I don't hate women. I just understand what use they are to me.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]I find women's personalities in general to be lackluster and boring, serving little purpose in my day to day life.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Would you believe that religion and shaming of divorce was put into place to control female hypergamy? What you see today, with the decline of the control the church has on our society: divorce rates going up. Men getting screwed. Men inventing game to counteract the changes feminism brought to our society.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]women will gladly see to it that you do, in fact, die alone...Women will do what they want. They will do what ever fits their fancy. They just plainly do not give a shit!...But you have to be awake to the reality that in the woman's mind- her emotions are the only thing that matters to her. She will be fickle and can easily up and leave with literally no regrets...[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Religion and Marriage were constructed to keep female hypergamy in check. Unfortunately, infidelity is no longer looked down upon and excommunication from the church doesn't matter. Since women can make money themselves, there's literally no reason for them to stay married.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Women voting was an inevitability. I do believe old social structures like religion, marriage, honor, family lines, stuff like that were all constructs to keep hypergamy in check (among other things). As we lost those, we lost monogamy...If sexual strategy is amoral, then the question I guess we should ask women is this: Are you happier now? Though I don't think we'd get a terribly insightful answer to that, because there are plenty of women from old traditional marriages that are happy despite the controls keeping their hypergamy in check. If we ask a chick from today, she'd look at the old ways and say "heck no!" to that, because it wouldn't feed her hypergamous instinct, no matter how unhappy that truly makes her.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Feminism is a sexual strategy. It puts women into the best position they can find, to select mates, to determine when they want to switch mates, to locate the best dna possible, and to garner the most resources they can individually achieve...Yes, game got a bad reputation from girls who demonize manipulation. This is because game is an effective strategy against their own sexual strategy. I believe women's opposition to game can be attributed to the unconscious factors in women's sexual strategy[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Today's women are trained the following way: 1. Following your emotions will make you happy. 2.If something makes you unhappy, you must not have been following your emotions. 3. Therefore, if something makes them unhappy, it goes to show that they did not opt for that decision, because following their emotions will make them happy, and therefore they follow their emotions...nobody taught women that their decisions could possibly have a negative or less than perfect consequence...Standing strong as a man means pushing forward. We do not concern ourselves with our current emotional state. Instead, we put objectives in our head and work towards them. If something makes us unhappy, we make objectives to rectify the situation. Our current emotional state is something we work in spite of, not as slaves to. Women, however, have no such inclination...[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Sometimes people call me an asshole. They say what I do is wrong or evil towards women. You know what I always say back? "Well if they stopped rewarding my behavior with sex, I probably wouldnt do it!"[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]I feel zero regret or shame pumping and dumping.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Due to statutory rape laws, perfectly viable women under 18 are out of bounds. Fine. Evolutionarily, that was never a problem, but today we have to deal with it.?So 18 is the bottom end. And for women, 30 is wall. So women have a window of 12 years.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]I spin a soft harem.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]I live in an area unaffected by racism...nd my life is untouched by me- it's not popular to just say to a woman "Stop being a bitch." Not because she wasn't, but because she justifies her emotions by having emotions...[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]This particular brand of woman is entitled and thinks bringing a pair of boobs grants her equal footing with somebody bringing intelligence or a personality. The least she could do is approach dating with some humility. Not everybody is going to pay your meal ticket because of your tits.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]The only problem I've had with seddit is the growing culture of betatude that's cropping up in the comments on all posts there. Things like "no don't do that, it's creepy" which really steers the conversation in the wrong way.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Well for instance, the increased awareness of rape- through feminism- has enlisted white knights to start doing the mental gymnastics for them. Guys start looking at other guys as rapists, anybody exhibiting what's considered "creepy" behavior is now on watch.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]We not paranoid, in fact we're just realists!...We're becoming strangely good at a sexual strategy, and we're using evolutionary theory to lead the way...It can easily be seen when I describe an incredibly erotic night with a women I just met and get accusations of being creepy or rapey from everybody except the woman who enjoyed the fuck out of herself that night.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]There is literally no legal protection I can think of that could eliminate the risk of a previous sexual partner of mine falsely accusing me of rape, no matter what the circumstances.?I now have a video recorder in my room.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Also if she feels insulted, your incidence of false rape accusations or pregnancy scares go waaaaaaaaay up. You might think I'm paranoid, but statistically,?I'm overdue for a false rape allegation.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]I'm going to say it-?Rape isn't an absolute bad, because the rapist I think probably likes it a lot. I think he'd say it's quite good, really.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]15 year old girls have boobs. Puberty doesnt strike at 18 overnight. Secondly, not creepy- 15 year old girls and guys are commonly sexually active. Its just illegal.[/font][/quote]
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[quote][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif](in response to someone saying that the Rep's point was "one should not have sex with underage girls because one might go to jail, not because there is anything actually wrong with it."): That is precisely my point. Biologically having kids that early was pretty normal. In fact, a lot of cultures on our planet still do this.?It's only our culture and a handful of other recent cultures that started protecting the young adults- and get this, it used to be only women protected with age of consent laws...In my opinion, since these are no longer factors due to birth control, it should no longer be a consideration.[/font][/quote]
Apr 25, 2017 11:50 PM
Apr 25, 2017 11:48 PM
Sure, nothing can beat the experience that is the Avengers. But look beyond it and it's a simple, hollow film with threadbare character work. Sure, it worked at the time, but you can't dismiss this blunder watching it half a decade later. Especially when the sequel (and Civil War) offers probing looks into the very essence of who they are, why they are and how to move forward. It's a stunningly dense film for a big budget production. Ultron is a vastly more interesting foe than Loki. Whose depth and intrigue in Thor was replaced by cliched grandstanding. One must admit a murderbot with daddy issues isn't a cinematic sight you see every day. The Vision is a gorgeous thematic and aesthetic delight. Representing a milestone in comic book wackiness, where filmmakers have stopped telling you what their powers are and just expect you to roll with the punches. Even the first film's one consistent superlative, its action, is thoroughly bettered here. Not a single soul resisted geeking out when Whedon unleashed that iconic splash page oner, yet AOU simply opens with one that is greater. The Hulk vs Veronica showdown is yet still the greatest superhero duel put to film, and that would be enough. But it exceeds even those highs to provide us with biting criticisms of MOS' handling of heroism. This commentary extends onto the climactic destruction. The film never fails to display the sheer heroism that is the foundation under their super-ness.

I know the film had its fire stolen first by Jurassic World and the The Force Awakens, but it's handily superior to both, as well as its predecessor.
Apr 23, 2017 8:24 PM