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#3232042 Random Tinder Slore: "I Just fu-ked (Julian) Edelman, No Lie"

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 05 February 2015 - 01:19 PM

No one is angry that the young lady had sex. I don't think many people have a problem with that. It's the issue of privacy and exposing private business to the whole world. Some of you need to take your capes off.

yes precisely which is why every discussion regarding the invasion of privacy by say the nsa and google instantly reduces to calling barack obama and larry page spermjacking sluts

there are privacy concerns but those concerns seem way less prevalent here than the reddit "red pill" bullshit discussion regarding the fact that she's a sex-haver who's not having sex with the neckbeards itt

#3231822 Random Tinder Slore: "I Just fu-ked (Julian) Edelman, No Lie"

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 05 February 2015 - 10:57 AM

They've got a lot of pent up frustration... Weird.

i wonder how many of the mad posters itt are also "nice guys" who keep getting "friend-zoned" by "vapid sluts"

#3231604 Random Tinder Slore: "I Just fu-ked (Julian) Edelman, No Lie"

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 05 February 2015 - 01:48 AM

i understand the privacy issue at play here but really most of yall seem to be missing that and going straight to being upset because she fuged this dude and let you know about it. being mad about this is infinitely more lame than casual sex which is cool and good imo

#3227376 The Super Bowl Sunday gameday thread

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 01 February 2015 - 10:33 PM

Why in the f is Brady MVP? He wasn't even the most valuable QB today. Patriots won in stipe of Tom. Guy Butler with the awesome play for the game-winning puck was obviously the MVP

brady came through in the clutch, the ultimate measure of a quarterback's value

#3227237 The Super Bowl Sunday gameday thread

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 01 February 2015 - 10:15 PM

Holy sh*t, this thing must have crashed because I was trying to comment for the past 30 minutes. WHY THE FUKK DON'T YOU RUN THE BALL WITH LYNCH ON THE 1 YARD LINE?!?!?!?!?!?! That was worse than Shula, the Seahawks just got Bevelle'd

i think the goal was to out-think the patriots by putting the ball in a scrub's hands instead of the obvious mvp of that offense

#3227093 The Super Bowl Sunday gameday thread

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 01 February 2015 - 10:01 PM

russell wilson is truly clutch

#3226790 The Super Bowl Sunday gameday thread

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 01 February 2015 - 09:11 PM

Wilson is throwing dimes left to right.

are you parodying dilfer or do you actually believe this

#3224605 let's talk about chris kyle

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 31 January 2015 - 04:47 AM

Don't hurt yourself with such a big stretch. There's nothing in my post that justifies war crimes, which is what this insinuates. Regardless of the circumstances of war, each service member is expected to defend and support one another. If the use of deadly force is authorized and required to do so, so be it. Pay attention. Authorized and required. There are specific circumstances which fit these criteria.

you're not required to do poo, as evidenced by some pretty high profile examples of soldiers saying "fug your bullshit wars." you're responsible for your own actions, no matter what you tell yourself. if the choice is to do something horribly wrong as you fight on the objectively wrong side of your war or face punishment for having the courage to say no and you Just Follow Orders then you're actually a piece of poo.

#3223877 Reagan Staffer dislikes income inequality

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 30 January 2015 - 12:21 AM


#3215896 let's talk about chris kyle

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 21 January 2015 - 02:55 PM

it's weird how murder on behalf of your country is tolerated, accepted, and even encouraged here while murder on behalf of your god* is savage and barbaric

*god in this case meaning monkey moon gods, not the one true christian god as represented by chris kyle

#3215893 let's talk about chris kyle

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 21 January 2015 - 02:50 PM

I wonder why so many soldiers are violent in the modern era?

they're Just Following Orders

#3215839 let's talk about chris kyle

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 21 January 2015 - 02:07 PM

I think that compulsory national service is a better idea than a solely military draft, even though it rubs against personal freedoms an awful lot. We just don't seem to have a clear an idea of where we want to go as a nation these days because of the failure of the media and it's desire to cozy up to politicians, so people are going to just have to go out there and get experiences to actually shape their opinions instead of reading the bumper sticker of the person in front of you for them.

put war to a national vote and compel all who vote in favor to serve

#3215388 Aaron Murray the next gay player to come out?

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 21 January 2015 - 03:39 AM

cardiackat88 the next bad poster to come out?

he inexplicably posted THIS:

He inexplicably broke up with THIS:



What a dumbass!!!

Link: http://www.bigplay.c...acie-mcdonnell/

what a dumbass!!!

#3215381 let's talk about chris kyle

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 21 January 2015 - 03:09 AM


“Savage, despicable evil,” writes Kyle. “That’s what we were fighting in Iraq…. People ask me all the time, `How many people have you killed?’... The number is not important to me. I only wish I had killed more. Not for bragging rights, but because I believe the world is a better place without savages out there taking American lives.”

None of the American military personnel whose lives were wasted in Iraq had to die there, because none of them had any legitimate reason to be there. From Kyle’s perspective, however, only incorrigibly “evil” people would object once their country had been designated the target of one of Washington’s frequent outbursts of murderous humanitarianism.


After returning from his first combat tour in Iraq, Kyle recalls, he was rudely roused from slumber one morning when the burglar alarm went off. Although this was a malfunction rather than a real emergency, Kyle’s reaction was revealing.

“I grabbed my pistol and went to confront the criminal,” he recalls. “No son of a bitch was breaking into my house and living to tell about it.”

Why was it “evil” for Iraqis to feel exactly the same way about the foreign sons of bitches who broke into their country and wrecked the place?

Later in the book, describing a stalking exercise during his training to become a sniper, Kyle recounts how he “heard the distinct rattle of a snake nearby.”

“A rattler had taken a particular liking to the piece of real estate I had to cross,” Kyle recalls. “Willing it away didn’t work…. I crept slowly to the side, altering my course. Some enemies aren’t worth fighting.”

Exactly: The only enemies worth “fighting,” apparently, are those who aren’t capable of hurting you when you trespass on their turf.


“They may have been cowards, but they could certainly kill people,” observes Kyle of the guerrillas. “The insurgents didn’t worry about ROEs [Rules of Engagement] or court-martials [sic]. If they had the advantage, they would kill any Westerner they could find, whether they were soldiers or not.”

If that charge (made on page 87 of Kyle’s book) is accurate, it might reflect the fact that the Iraqi resistance (as well as the tactics of foreign guerrillas who joined the fight) was playing according to ground rules established by the U.S. early in the war.

On page 79, Kyle describes the Rules of Engagement that his unit followed when they were deployed to Shatt al-Arab, a river on the Iraq-Iran border: “Our ROEs when the war kicked off were pretty simple: If you see anyone from about sixteen to sixty-five and they’re male, shoot ‘em. Kill every male you see. That wasn’t the official language, but that was the idea.”


In one of her occasional contributions to Kyle’s book, his wife Taya rebukes people who criticize the bloodshed wrought in Iraq by her husband and his colleagues: “As far as I can see it, anyone who has a problem with what guys do over there is incapable of empathy.” The trait she describes isn’t empathy; it’s a variation on the kind of pre-emptive self-pity described by Hannah Arendt in her study Eichmann in Jerusalem.

Referring to those who killed on behalf of the Third Reich, Arendt observed:

“What stuck in the minds of these men who had become murderers was simply the notion of being involved in something historic, grandiose, unique (`a great task that occurs once in two thousand years’), which must therefore be difficult to bear. This was important, because the murderers were not sadists or killers by nature; on the contrary, a systematic effort was made to weed out all those who derived physical pleasure from what they did....”

This was true even of those who belonged to the SS: Even those in the Reich’s killer elite were not able to suppress their conscience entirely. Thus the “trick used by Himmler — who apparently was rather strongly afflicted by these instinctive reactions himself — was very simple and probably very effective; it consisted in turning these instincts around, as it were, in directing them toward the self. So that instead of saying: `What horrible things I did to people!,’ the murderers would be able to say: `What horrible things I had to watch in the pursuance of my duties, how heavily the task weighed upon my shoulders!’"

Kyle’s memoir is remarkable chiefly for the complete absence of the kind of moral anguish Arendt describes among the SS. Kyle eagerly participated in a patently illegal and entirely unnecessary war of aggression against a country that never attacked, harmed, or threatened the United States. He killed scores of people, terrorized thousands more. As Kyle tells the story, he reveled in the experience, and regrets only that he wasn’t able to slaughter more of the “savages” who surrounded him.


“He made a run at me,” Kyle continues. “Pretty stupid. First of all, I’m not only bigger than him, but I was wearing full body armor. Not to mention the fact that I had a submachine gun in my hand. I took the muzzle of my gun and struck the idiot in the chest. He went right down.”

If Kyle had been a warrior, rather than a bully, he would have admired the authentic courage displayed by the smaller, unarmed man who fought to protect the ship and cargo entrusted to him.

How would he act if the roles were reversed – if he were the over-matched man trying to defend private property from a group of state-licensed pirates claiming “authority” from a UN mandate? We’ll never know the answer to that question, because Kyle’s “courage” is of the sort that only manifests itself in the service of power, and in the company of those enjoying a prohibitive advantage over their victims.

#3213771 The Cam Versus Thread to End all Cam Comparison Threads!

Posted by GOOGLE RON PAUL on 19 January 2015 - 07:34 PM

i judge qbs by playoff performance and super bowl wins which is why i can definitively say that terry bradshaw is the GOAT and andrew luck fuging suuuucccckkkksss