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#552 Jan 04 2018 at 8:13 AM Rating: Good
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Holy carp! I go on a holiday break, and see what happens?
...what happened?
He's worried someone is trying to take his place?
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#553 Jan 04 2018 at 8:51 AM Rating: Default
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lolgaxe wrote:
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Holy carp! I go on a holiday break, and see what happens?
...what happened?
He's worried someone is trying to take his place?


Well yeah I don't what that lament of gbaji was meant to mean. But no. He's a conservative and I'm more goddamn liberal than every other person on this site.

I mean, I feel some solidarity with gbaji since there's a giant mass of centrism here and he's from the right (although not much even) and I'm on the left (way, way big). And whatever posts we've ever made have just been responded to by centrists performing Twister games, tentacles all over.

Take a stand? Heh, I did, gbaji has. But these aren't exactly the most intellectual moral or logical forums. Yogurt and cottage cheese instead. Although some are more solid responses. But drowned in a sea of uh....brine....no uh, sewage...well that's too mean...of uh...*****? Jesus someone help me with that metaphor.

But I think the main word would be: "TEPID". Tepid is not a sea though. "Boring"? Is that a description of sea?

Anyway yeah, gee gosh folks how horrible gbaji's views are. You are so brave challenging them from your neoliberal futons. A sea of futons...maybe that would work.
#554 Jan 04 2018 at 10:09 AM Rating: Excellent
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(they aren't much better, but they're not identical).
And if they are identical? Or at least close enough you won't be able to figure it out?

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By voting Green instead of Democrat, you are increasing the vote margin Republicans have over Democrats by 1, because your vote could have been cast for Democrats. Although you really hate both Democrats and Republicans, you hate Republicans the most, yet by voting third party you are helping them win.
Why not still vote 3rd party then? Vote libertarian, and you can help the Democrats win without having to directly endorse them?
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#555 Jan 04 2018 at 10:31 AM Rating: Excellent
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5% is matching federal election funds

Wait... you think matching election funds is what's going to matter in this era of billion dollar (non-federally funded) elections? Heh, nice one.

You realize you need to actually RAISE the money before it gets matched, right? Smiley: laugh

Illinois serves as an example for how little anyone gives a shit about the Green Party and how non-viable they are. Since its formation, the entire party's win record is two state legislative seats (years apart and in different parts of the country) and one of those candidates immediately changed to Democratic upon election.

But sure. Matching federal funds. Smiley: laugh

Edit: In other news, we found the guy who messages Gbaji and tells him what a great job he does posting!

Edited, Jan 4th 2018 10:32am by Jophiel
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#556 Jan 04 2018 at 10:58 AM Rating: Default
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Jophiel wrote:
Palpitus1 wrote:
5% is matching federal election funds

Wait... you think matching election funds is what's going to matter in this era of billion dollar (non-federally funded) elections? Heh, nice one.


If or if not, it's a reason to vote for third party. Your gifs aren't deniers of this obvious truth that you seem to be unwilling to admit. Or maybe to ignorant or stupid or prideful to.

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You realize you need to actually RAISE the money before it gets matched, right? Smiley: laugh

Illinois serves as an example for how little anyone gives a shit about the Green Party and how non-viable they are. Since its formation, the entire party's win record is two state legislative seats (years apart and in different parts of the country) and one of those candidates immediately changed to Democratic upon election.

But sure. Matching federal funds. Smiley: laugh


Yeah that's realized. Nothing to do do with my point, which is election rules. Not smiley gifs.

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Edit: In other news, we found the guy who messages Gbaji and tells him what a great job he does posting!

Edited, Jan 4th 2018 10:32am by Jophiel


My god here. As I said PRIOR I admire gbaji because he, even much more than me, and I am anathema to most of his points, but is willing to make a post that would upset centrists such as you, lurking in your sea of futons. Gbaji though as a notional ideologue pal can kiss my ***. In any other forum there there would be legions of leftists such as me and rightests such as him. Not this one. Me and gbaji orbit it, like electrons of a 100+ scale atom. Full of tight protons and neutrons, a big boring blob.

And hence admiration.

And I mean you ******* started this thread about the Armenian Genocide, which president Barack Obama promised to acknowledge, and he didn't, then I called that **** out and a thousand apologist converged. Which may or may not have actually happened. I'm might've also been too petulant and griped about other stuff.

In any event, smileys don't actually replace facts.

1+1=2 Jophiel: "No it doesn't! "smiley face"

But sure, don't deal with facts, just smiley face and irrelevance... snorting. I'm just right now, I just snorted from my nose. This is just ridiculous. I just used my right hand to envelop and comfort my head, moving back and forth.

a couple seconds to hitting "Post" I just sadly sighed, a lot of breath going out.

EDIT TO EDIT SHAKE HEAD, LOWER HEAD BECAUSE JUST SAD AND EXPECTED. TRIVIAL.

Edited, Jan 4th 2018 12:07pm by Palpitus1

Edited, Jan 4th 2018 12:11pm by Palpitus1
#557 Jan 04 2018 at 12:32 PM Rating: Good
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You're vastly overestimating your affect on the posters left here.
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#558 Jan 04 2018 at 12:43 PM Rating: Excellent
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Palpitus1 wrote:
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Palpitus1 wrote:
5% is matching federal election funds

Wait... you think matching election funds is what's going to matter in this era of billion dollar (non-federally funded) elections? Heh, nice one.
If or if not, it's a reason to vote for third party.

Not a good one.
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#559 Jan 04 2018 at 1:40 PM Rating: Good
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You're vastly overestimating your affect on the posters left here.


What did he say, I skimmed until I ran out of steam
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#560 Jan 04 2018 at 1:42 PM Rating: Excellent
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lolgaxe wrote:
You're vastly overestimating your affect on the posters left here.
On the plus side though, it's nice to have something orbiting around you. I would have used the "fly orbiting a piece of ****" analogy personally, but sometimes it's the thought that counts.
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#561 Jan 04 2018 at 1:43 PM Rating: Excellent
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Professor stupidmonkey wrote:
I skimmed until I ran out of steam
Did they have anything good on their holiday sale? I missed it this year.
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#562 Jan 04 2018 at 2:02 PM Rating: Good
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Professor stupidmonkey wrote:
What did he say, I skimmed until I ran out of steam
Something about being upsetting.
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#563 Jan 04 2018 at 4:49 PM Rating: Excellent
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Professor stupidmonkey wrote:
What did he say, I skimmed until I ran out of steam

Apparently he and Gbaji are the sun and moon together, rotating around our mundane planetary orb.
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#564 Jan 04 2018 at 10:53 PM Rating: Good
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someproteinguy wrote:
Why not still vote 3rd party then? Vote libertarian, and you can help the Democrats win without having to directly endorse them?

Voting libertarian doesn't take votes away from Republicans, it takes votes away from who you would have voted for between Republicans and Democrats.
#565 Jan 05 2018 at 6:56 AM Rating: Default
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lolgaxe wrote:
You're vastly overestimating your affect on the posters left here.


No and yes. No influence because couched in their nuclear ball of futons. But yeah this form is dead and so one electron is something, and as such I do have vast influence on this particular topic. I've already shown that I can drop off for an entire year, then make a post and this starts again. With my orders of magnitude less posts compared to other What the **** Ever zombies here. And I'm not a troll actually. If ten years ago everyone would agree that Barack Obama was a useless *******, on this topic and maybe other things, I would've slinked away. Just as Obama forced millions to forcibly slink away to horrid states, deporter-in-chief. I mean, these fools, idiots who think a change in President means something different.....

And no and uh....the **** is happening with these videos on my right of my screen.

And I don't give a **** about my affect. Why would I? It would never happen to you goob hazelnut chocolate lovely chocolate covered raisins or....

*********** ****, this "latest zam articles" has made me insane.

Bam bam latests bla blah.....didn't the founder of this site sell it for a lot of monies a few years back? If so why is this here this horrid stuff.

And "latest ZAM Articles". I don't know what a "Zam Article" is. Did they hire reporters? Should we be loving "Zam articles" of awesome reporters on that, of gaming things? What?


Uh....you're wrong lolgaxe on my...oh "affect" I see now you said....well no. And uh sorry of uh....

...so yeah happy goodness to all and I hope Allakhazam got paid well after the initial site of Everquest patrons and then those into forums argued and it's now just whatevr looking at wonderfully ridiculous adds. If I see that ***** one more time this'll get Jessica Rabbit dirty-worthy.



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#566 Jan 05 2018 at 7:00 AM Rating: Default
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Allegory wrote:
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Why not still vote 3rd party then? Vote libertarian, and you can help the Democrats win without having to directly endorse them?

Voting libertarian doesn't take votes away from Republicans, it takes votes away from who you would have voted for between Republicans and Democrats.


Uh Okay. Duh. The **** is wrong with you. I mean....maybe just respond further with binary. Not just even binary logic. Just even binary math. Due to your amazing and laughable and universal failure at understanding things, And no, don't reply to me here or it'll turn into ten more years. Just admit you are a stupid ******* idiot and will seek help....
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#568 Jan 05 2018 at 8:07 AM Rating: Good
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don't reply to me here
Okay.
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#569 Jan 05 2018 at 10:34 AM Rating: Excellent
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Why not still vote 3rd party then? Vote libertarian, and you can help the Democrats win without having to directly endorse them?

Voting libertarian doesn't take votes away from Republicans, it takes votes away from who you would have voted for between Republicans and Democrats.
I wouldn't have voted for either of them.
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#570 Jan 09 2018 at 9:28 PM Rating: Good
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I'm going to poke my conservative small government focused ideology in here and say that voting third party, not because you think they can win, and maybe even not because you agree with them, but merely so they can gain matching funds, is not terribly enticing to me. So... Um.... No?

And Bijou? This. See... this is what I was talking about.

Sheesh!
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#571 Jan 10 2018 at 8:05 AM Rating: Good
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gbaji wrote:
I'm going to poke my conservative small government focused ideology in here
Really stepping outside your comfort zone.
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I'm going to poke my conservative small government focused ideology in here and say that voting third party, not because you think they can win, and maybe even not because you agree with them, but merely so they can gain matching funds, is not terribly enticing to me. So... Um.... No?

Be the Point of Light that Palpitus deserves.
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#573 Jan 14 2018 at 5:03 AM Rating: Default
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Jophiel wrote:
Palpitus1 wrote:
5% is matching federal election funds

Wait... you think matching election funds is what's going to matter in this era of billion dollar (non-federally funded) elections? Heh, nice one.

You realize you need to actually RAISE the money before it gets matched, right? Smiley: laugh

Illinois serves as an example for how little anyone gives a shit about the Green Party and how non-viable they are. Since its formation, the entire party's win record is two state legislative seats (years apart and in different parts of the country) and one of those candidates immediately changed to Democratic upon election.

But sure. Matching federal funds. Smiley: laugh


I mean. I guess you are too utterly stupid or ignorant enough to realize that the 2016 primary featured NON-Billionaire monies...towards Sir Bernard Sanders. And **** him too but **** you too with your "this era of billion dollar (non-federally funded) elections?"

Egad. I just can't even recognize anyone actually non-partisan enough here to just say what the **** a **** is.

Look at this Jophiel. Crapping on matching funds. Sure that billions will instead win. Seemingly ignorant of our current President and no, not that.

Like...almost sad except this person and this thread is still about the Armenian Genocide, which Barack Obama was and utter failure on. And not just of that but he promised. Most Presidents didn't even do that.

And then bam Jophiel, purpose apparently to **** on all liberal machinations and hopes and dreams.
#574 Jan 14 2018 at 5:47 AM Rating: Default
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Allegory wrote:
someproteinguy wrote:
Why not still vote 3rd party then? Vote libertarian, and you can help the Democrats win without having to directly endorse them?

Voting libertarian doesn't take votes away from Republicans, it takes votes away from who you would have voted for between Republicans and Democrats.


It doesn't take anything away from Dems or GOPs in an obvious done state. Done. So feel to vote for third party.

"it takes away votes"...

Oh my God. I mean jesus christ, how is anyone so stupid.

"It takes away votes"....

Join Jophiel please with just either idiocy or ignorance or ideological pressure.

Maybe someone should make a separate thread about the Electoral College and state votes and popular vote threshholds thereof for third parties and game theory. I GUESS JOPH WON'T SINCE HE DESPISES NON-STATIST DUOPOLIES.

Uh, anyway.

Vote for which candidate on a ticket you want to be in office. Just my suggestion.
#575 Jan 14 2018 at 6:26 AM Rating: Default
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Professor stupidmonkey wrote:
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You're vastly overestimating your affect on the posters left here.


What did he say, I skimmed until I ran out of steam


Hi too. Welcome to shutting the **** up.

"What did he say?"

"What did you say."

Maybe other than durrrr steam durrrrrr skim. On the Armenian Genocide. Yes/No acnowledge/not.

Or maybe just shunt your say since you are kind of ingorant...


Christ. These funny wanna-goes. Sorry if one of few things here still...but ye gods. I am party to a tapestry of failure.
#576 Jan 14 2018 at 6:28 AM Rating: Default
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Jophiel wrote:
Professor stupidmonkey wrote:
What did he say, I skimmed until I ran out of steam

Apparently he and Gbaji are the sun and moon together, rotating around our mundane planetary orb.


No you're just rather useless. You.
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