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Political Discussion / Re: Huntah Biden :facepalm:
« on: April 12, 2021, 10:14:29 PM »
In that instance perhaps, depends if you view Russia as a greater threat than ISIS.  Which I would think is the case.  If not then yes, Russia would temporarily be a friend.

So, you agree that Russia is our friend, and yet you praised Hunter because his "Burisma Position Was ‘F*** You to Putin?"

What reality are you living in?
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Political Discussion / Re: The COVID Cult
« on: April 12, 2021, 09:23:01 PM »
I'm not aware of this,  from what I see there is plenty of covid deaths.  Over 100k since he gained office.   

I am saying that covid liberty loss if continued from past instances is only temporary and for the sake of this nation.

Try using Google.  I'm not going to do your homework for you.

Even a temporary loss of liberty is a violation of the Constitution.  Emergency Powers have time limits.  So far, I've not seen Congress pass a bill to extend that.

And, yes, some states doing this same tyrannical BS are having the emergency orders struck down IN A COURT OF LAW AS UNCONSTITUTIONAL.

That's what we call "a clue".
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Political Discussion / Re: Huntah Biden :facepalm:
« on: April 12, 2021, 09:17:44 PM »
Which common enemies?  To my knowledge our 3 worst is China, Russia and Iran/Muslim terrorists.

U.S and Russia Agree to Share Intelligence on Common Enemy: ISIS

Now, answer the question.


https://www.newsweek.com/us-and-russia-agree-share-intelligence-common-enemy-isis-277507
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Political Discussion / Re: Election Fraud Evidence Thread
« on: April 12, 2021, 09:11:29 PM »
True but blindingly seeking an answer and ignoring opposite answers does.   If moon land conspiracies and anti vaxxers can find evidence that they are "right" anything is possible.  Many times the simplest answer is the right one. Occams Razor

You make a ton of assumptions and accusations on here without one bit of evidence.

Try having a discussion for once and stop lecturing.  You really suck at this whole "mature conversation" thing.

"Many times" does not mean "every time."  So, throwing out a buzz phrase doesn't add any validity to the thread or your condescending BS.

You pretend to write in general terms, but you are addressing anyone here who disagrees with you.

Just stop.

 :stopjack:
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When did that change take place?

Maybe they got tired of people hoarding the appointments or selling them?  I'm guessing if people want to swap now, they will have to go down and meet in person to give their appointment away to someone else now.  That's sucks.

I sent an email to HPD after I saw the previous post and verified that an appointment I have no longer offers the option to cancel.

I asked what the process is to cancel now, and stated that self-service cancelation should remain part of the scheduling system.

I'll post what I get back.
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Political Discussion / Re: The COVID Cult
« on: April 12, 2021, 07:30:44 PM »
We invaded a whole country for 9-11 and only "few" died.  Covid has claimed far more.  We also did the same thing several times in the past with other pandemics.  And after they were gone we got all our rights back.  Still waiting to get them back from 9-11. 

Would you take a 2% chance to lose your parents?

Now you think taking away our liberty for The War on Terror creates a precedence for taking away our liberty for The War on COVID?

The number of COVID deaths was inflated.  How do we know?  Now that Biden is in office, the way in which COVID deaths are categorized has been changed to a more honest method.  Someone killed in a car crash is no longer identified as a COVID-related death just because they tested positive.
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Political Discussion / Re: Huntah Biden :facepalm:
« on: April 12, 2021, 06:21:59 PM »
The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

So, you believe Russia is our friend, since we have so many common enemies?
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Political Discussion / Re: Election Fraud Evidence Thread
« on: April 12, 2021, 06:18:56 PM »
The sad truth is that when people seek answers they want, they will find it.

Wanting an answer and getting it does not indicate a wrong answer.
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Political Discussion / Re: The COVID Cult
« on: April 12, 2021, 06:17:45 PM »
In essence though, I would imagine a death of a loved one because of covid would qualify for "suffering".  Having a passport or any other means of proving they are vaccinated or otherwise immune would give a very favorable percentage chance of not passing on covid.  Thus those that are vaccinated can resume "normal" life without risking others lives.  The government isn't dictating who and can't have an vaccine as it will be available to all.  There is no discrimination based on something an individual can't control.  Much like the justice system locks up drunk drivers even though they may never kill anyone but the government deemed them to be a risk to the public as a whole.  The government has determined that drunk drivers are not safe, based on evidence and science.  Even if that takes away the drunks persons freedom to drive.  The government does not take away the persons right to drink.  But what actions they can do when drunk. 

https://www.aappublications.org/news/2021/04/05/children-losing-parents-covid-040521

You make the assumption that most "loved ones" will die if infected.

The death rate for infected patients is super low.

You're arguing for mass tyranny to prevent a very minor number of deaths.
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Off Topic / Re: daunte wright rap sheet
« on: April 12, 2021, 06:14:45 PM »
This is not unique.  There was a video going around of a teen(?) in a subway station resisting cops, and one of them drew on him and fired.  Thought he drew his tazer.

Procedures are supposed to include one cop with their firearm drawn and the other with the taxer, just in case the tazer doesn't work.

Goes to show one more time how cops are trained to use their weapons rather than attempt to subdue by manual force.  I blame it on the recruiting policies that allow relatively physically weak candidates to become cops.  In the field, they have to rely on their weapons more than their hands.  Their perceived weakness may also increase the number of times they encounter an attacker simply because the attacker views themselves as more capable against a weaker cop.  Escalation becomes inevitable.  Were the attacker less confident, compliance would be more likely.

JMHO
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Political Discussion / Re: The COVID Cult
« on: April 12, 2021, 06:05:44 PM »
Because you cant identify exactly who they are, the majority of people (population) have to suffer for the few?  The majority of people don't smoke should they also suffer for the few?  For their rights to do what they want with their body?  Even if it effects others bodies?   There is a reason why you can smoke all you want in your own house, yet you can't in a restaurant.  The restricted freedoms only apply to public and private (companies/land).  They are not forced into camps or jail.  And it is the opinion of yourself that the easiest way of identifying the covid immune (passports) is a horrible idea.  Which would lead to less restrictions and being able to identify people. 

While there is no guarantee, there a reasonable chance if you follow certain protocols.  Just like the there is no guarantee not to be hit my a random meteorite,  taking to account probability is key.  Freedoms are always limited in a nation-state.  Drivers licenses. Exams, citizenship, draft, vaccination, education degrees and a billion different things can lead to varying degrees of "freedom".  Yet many people don't complain.  This is because that's how a country work.  If you are pro draft than you should be pro covid protocols.

Did I say that?  Sort of.  The liberties being taken from the unvaccinated in favor of allow only those people designated by government and whatever medical process they devise is the problem.  Nobody is "suffering" if people who are uninfected don't have a passport or QR code to tell others they are "valid".  Yet, people who may be infected can be designated "valid" because nothing the government does in terms of determining status can prevent it.  It can get close, but not exact. 

Imagine a judicial system that locks up people based on the current level of gov't COVID incompetence in determining who is safe and who is not.  You want to have your actual freedom taken away based on that system?
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Political Discussion / Re: The COVID Cult
« on: April 12, 2021, 12:31:37 PM »
There are many ideas of freedom, depending what viewpoint you look at it from.   Covid rules protects the freedom of the non infected and at risk and population as a whole.

The problem is, you can't identify who the non-infected are. 

Vaccinations don't guarantee you are not infected. 

Tests do not guarantee you are not infected. 

Having been infected before doesn't guarantee you are not infected.

Wearing masks and social distancing doesn't guarantee you are not infected.

Displaying a QR code on your smartphone doesn't guarantee you are not infected.

So, if you don't know who is infected and who isn't to a certainty, you have to restrict the freedoms of everyone.  No groups in your "solution" are having their freedoms protected, because the individuals can't be accurately assigned to those groups with any reasonable degree of certainty.  The person determined to not be infected today may be infected tomorrow in spite of vaccinations, prior infection or tests taken.
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General Discussion / Re: shoting Knoxville Tennessee high school
« on: April 12, 2021, 11:45:27 AM »
way more shootings since Biden took office.   :wtf:



Much fewer school shootings while schools were closed.

Just sayin' ....

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General Discussion / Re: Remington ammo back in action
« on: April 12, 2021, 08:46:52 AM »
Looks like Remington has finally ramped up their ammo production to help fill the shortage after their plants were idled due to its bankruptcy.  I think ammo prices has plateaued with more production capacity online and covid winding down. Should have better supply in the stores but prices will remain elevated for a while.

https://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/2021/4/12/big-green-is-back-remington-ammo-plant-working-247

That might not be the case depending on Resident Biden's gun control actions. If he manages to tax ammo or ban online sales, it'll get worse as gun owners race to stock up even more.

JMHO
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General Discussion / Re: Active shooter kahala hotel
« on: April 12, 2021, 08:38:39 AM »
The submariners have it hard being in frequent deployments trapped on a submarine for months at a time without talking to their families.  Any problems in the marriage get amplified by the time away.

I wonder if this kind of stuff happens all the time or are they just highlighting gun deaths now.

I've worked with several former submarine officers.  Never noticed any alarming signs that they were any more or less stable than anyone else.  Maybe the enlisted and officers have different situations aboard a sub, but when someone hints at the job affecting a submariner's personal life to the point of murder, I have to ask if there is any data suggesting that there is a higher incidence if violent behavior in that career group than others?  If not, then the job must be tied to the individual's ability to cope, not the job itself.
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Political Discussion / Re: The COVID Cult
« on: April 12, 2021, 01:19:11 AM »
Remove the whole structure if he continues to break the law.  Use of property for illegal business.

So, if he's renting the space, the landlord and the bank, if it's mortgaged, will lose their capital investment, equity and future earnings because someone is refusing to follow tyrannical laws not based on science:?
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General Discussion / Re: Flying with firearms (Hawaiian)
« on: April 11, 2021, 04:56:36 PM »
Sig p365 case. It’s about 10”x7.5”x2.5”.  I would be worried the airlines would lose such a small case.  So far I’m looking at the pelican vault v200.

The case will go inside your checked luggage, assuming you aren't traveling with only carry-on bags.

I had a large bag with my pistol delayed more than 12 hours after I was put on another connecting flight than scheduled, but the luggage didn't make the switch.

They can lose luggage no matter how big or small.   :crazy:

One way to test the case:  lock it, and see if you can use a tool to pry the case open from the sides.  If it opens enough to allow the pistol to pass through, better get  a more rigid case.
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General Discussion / Re: Flying with firearms (Hawaiian)
« on: April 11, 2021, 03:20:43 PM »
Thank you, I’ll be flying for the first time with a firearm soon. Also does anyone use the factory pistol case? The one that came with has two lock holes, presumably for flying with, but I was thinking a pelican vault case would be better size (harder to lose).

Which brand?  All factory cases are not the same.
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Political Discussion / Re: The COVID Cult
« on: April 11, 2021, 01:22:24 PM »
I certainly don’t believe in UBI. Every city/county that has tried it has failed. It is a losing proposition IMHO. But if the government decides they are going to do it against my wishes, I will accept it if given to me. Much like the stimulus checks. My nephew told me that the government has devalued the dollar so much in my lifetime that taking UBI makes up for their ripping us off by the devaluation and wasting our tax dollars on BS stuff. I agree. But like the stimulus I won’t push for it, and I will write my Congress critters telling them not to do it, but I will take it if the Democrats manage to push it through.

There's nobody in DC making adult decisions.  For us to play by the rules we value won't change that one iota.
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I decided on Friday since Biden is going to sign EO’s to ban certain items, it is my duty as an American to buy those things he intends to ban. So I had to buy a short barreled AR 9mm pistol with brace that takes Glock magazines.

Make sure the mags are > 10rd capacity, too!   :geekdanc: :thumbsup:

Order up some 80% lowers & pistol frames while you're at it!   :rofl:
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