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Just now, rodeo said:

they're about to undo any and all 'support the troops' sentiment in the usa. there is going to be real spitting in their faces unlike the made up stories they told after vietnam.

and then the second amendment will be put to use

I already know a big percentage can't wait to shoot ppl bc so many troops are sociopaths and white supremacists. Cops already proved they are all about appeasing a fascist leader and dont give one fug about serving their communities.

We absolutely need to arm ourselves bc they aren't on our side. 

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Its about time the white house burned again...

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/r/bossfight

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2 hours ago, AggieLean said:

Don’t worry about Atlanta. Any other time, you and the others on here would be talking down on the city anyways. I’ll never forget the clowns on here who didn’t want Cam because they were scared of potentially gaining “Vick Type Fans” aka  black folks 

That scene at cnn when the rioters were getting ready to attack those courageous cops holding down the entrance of the place that supports them the most was scary & surreal 

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52 minutes ago, The NFL Shield At Midfield said:

@bull123 do you agree with what this cop did strongly or very strongly

Patience is starting to run very short

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4 minutes ago, bull123 said:

Patience is starting to run very short

 

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13 minutes ago, Inimicus said:

/r/bossfight

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lol easiest boss fight ever, run 10 feet and he's done

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Just now, rodeo said:

lol easiest boss fight ever, run 10 feet and he's done

Looks like that big dude & Double Dragon II.

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13 minutes ago, bull123 said:

That scene at cnn when the rioters were getting ready to attack those courageous cops holding down the entrance of the place that supports them the most was scary & surreal 

Them pigs will be alright. 
 

Again, don’t worry about my city. You talk shxt about it any other day

ATL hoe, lol

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