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General Discussion / Re: candace owens and charlie kirk @ UH sept 20, 2pm
« Last post by macsak on Today at 08:57:13 AM »
I had to have a friend send it to me
my mom's and my receptionist's logins no longer work for some reason

pictures and videos soon...

heads

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1-BoaA1kqEQ49X0eQXH0Opz7ZYsUrbH11?usp=sharing
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General Discussion / Re: candace owens and charlie kirk @ UH sept 20, 2pm
« Last post by macsak on Today at 08:48:21 AM »
mac... thanks for the star-advertiser article... for those of us who refuse to give even one penny to that rag for the privilege or reading their pap.  :shaka:

I had to have a friend send it to me
my mom's and my receptionist's logins no longer work for some reason

pictures and videos soon...
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Political Discussion / Re: Kavanaugh hearing chaos
« Last post by Inspector on Today at 08:47:21 AM »
The "C" word is mainstream in Britain, where it is applied to both males and females. Can't you claim to have had some British exposure to it? Oh, never mind, no "excuse" would ever suffice anyway. Just do what she says.
My wife has only gotten this mad at me for two things in our 24 years together. One is using the “C” word and the other is threatening to buy a motorcycle many years after I had a nasty accident on one. If these are the only two things I have had to give up after 24 years, I can live with it. Tho I do miss riding quite a bit, after seeing the number of motorcycle, scooter, bicycle and pedestrian accidents here, I think she has a point.
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General Discussion / Re: candace owens and charlie kirk @ UH sept 20, 2pm
« Last post by MMM on Today at 08:41:35 AM »
Candace and charlie are pros at shutting down the opposition. The event after was good too.   :thumbsup:
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Political Discussion / Re: Kavanaugh hearing chaos
« Last post by punaperson on Today at 08:33:14 AM »
The “F” word flows easily in me. The “C” word used to until my wife got as mad as I have ever seen her. But now I feel the words welling up in my throat.....

I need a beer.  :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
The "C" word is mainstream in Britain, where it is applied to both males and females. Can't you claim to have had some British exposure to it? Oh, never mind, no "excuse" would ever suffice anyway. Just do what she says.
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mac... thanks for the star-advertiser article... for those of us who refuse to give even one penny to that rag for the privilege or reading their pap.  :shaka:
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General Discussion / Re: candace owens and charlie kirk @ UH sept 20, 2pm
« Last post by macsak on Today at 08:18:51 AM »
Watch "Man disrupts Candace Owens & Charlie Kirk free speech event at University of Hawaii" on YouTube


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I;m sitting behind the girl that is on the right in the preview pic
you can hear me say "are you afraid?"
he started out by questioning "the appropriateness of the venue"
I was telling him, "why don't you want them to speak, are you afraid?"
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General Discussion / Re: candace owens and charlie kirk @ UH sept 20, 2pm
« Last post by macsak on Today at 08:16:36 AM »
Watch "Man disrupts Candace Owens & Charlie Kirk free speech event at University of Hawaii" on YouTube


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It can’t be too often that guests to Hawaii are threatened with being hit with frozen poop. But it didn’t seem to faze Trump surrogates and conservative provocateurs Candace Owens and Charlie Kirk. They came gunning for a fight.
“Frozen poop?! Hahahaha that’s a first,” tweeted Owens in response to the threats on social media. “Let’s do this Hawaii!”
The two 20-somethings have been traveling to college campuses nationwide as part their grassroots campaign to increase support for President Donald Trump and right-wing ideas. Kirk is the founder of Turning Point USA, an organization that promotes free-market capitalism and limited government. Owens, whose stature has been buoyed in recent months by Kanye West — who tweeted in April, “I love the way Candace Owens thinks” — is Turning Point’s communications director.



The event, organized by the Hawaii Republican Party and Young Republicans on the University of Hawaii at Manoa campus, included a 45-minute talk and question-and-answer session at Kuykendall Hall that was attended by about 200 people. The Republican Party promoted the event as a chance to hear diverse ideas “at a time of increased campus censorship by snowflakes with their safe spaces.”
The two main themes of the talk: America is the greatest country in the world and the Democratic Party has been harming black people through their government programs for the past six decades.
“In America right now there is a big divide,” Kirk told the crowd that included Trump supporters and opponents, and others there just to observe. “Are you thankful to live in America or are you angry to live in America? If you are thankful you’re most likely a Republican, and if you are angry you are most likely a Democrat. You should be kissing the ground saying, ‘Thank you God that I live in the greatest country on this earth.’”
Owens, who is black, said that blacks and other minorities have been brainwashed into supporting the Democratic Party.
“We lost everything by voting Democratic for the last 60 years,” she said. “We have lost everything. Our families have been destroyed, our communities have been decimated.”
She said government welfare programs have “acted like a drug dealer with the black community.”
The audience erupted within the first 15 minutes of their talk, with one critic trying to interrupt and others shouting him down. Owens and Kirk seemed to revel in the controversy, spouting off rapid-fire responses to those who challenged them.
But they were eager to cut the talk short as the main event was outside under a tent in a campus center courtyard. There they sat behind a table with a sign that read: “White privilege is a myth. Change my mind” and encouraged those who didn’t agree to approach a microphone for debate.
About 200 students gathered out front to watch people spar with Owens and Kirk, who often smirked at their political challengers or looked at them with boredom or disdain.
The outdoor spectacle lasted about an hour and a half and often devolved into shouting and was raucous for the UH campus whose students aren’t known for their political engagement.
“Most students can’t even commit to apathy because they are so apathetic,” Mike Lilly, a UH student who donned a bright red MAGA hat for the occasion, told the Star-Advertiser.
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