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Updated on September 11, 2014 at 2:12 PM

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Re: “Work rule 'works' in first month report; 26 percent flunk

Must be white, us brown folk have a strong familial bond to give support to each other during lean or troubling times.

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Posted by Steven E on 07/13/2018 at 11:29 PM

Re: “Name that gorilla: And the open line

Olphart, one of those likes is from me. While I cannot recall that topic of what I wanted in life, and the context where I may have been snippy, if I was unjustifiably snippy, I apologize. You may have been clumsy in the presentation, and I may have jumped on it harder than I should have. I don't know, I don't recall the conversation.

As a further clarification, I do have quite an inkling and experience with the working of scientists. You would be quite surprised, Olphart. Which would also be another topic on even further clarification over what I wanted in life. Of what is important, Olphart, I have everything that I wanted, and a few things that I didn't know I wanted or needed, but now have.

Here I am, at 55, and I have no regrets. Looking forward to keeping on for at least another 30-40 years of being an annoying, dirty old man.

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Posted by Steven E on 07/12/2018 at 12:48 PM

Re: “Does an Arkansas-born anarchist spell the end of gun control with printable firearms?

Oh, man, the high, keening whine of a million liberals.... You continue to reveal how little you understand guns, their designs, their engineering, their limits or anything about them.

Here is a useful link to those that could use some science to calm their hysteria.

https://saami.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/…

For those of us with a more scientific mind (Olphart), we know there are severe performance limits in the current trend of 3D printers. Plastic, EVEN COMPOSITES, really suck for any serious firearms in important parts, like barrels, slides or bolts or receivers, where they have to take the constant spike of high pressure from a firearm discharge. The original 3D gun Cody sent out is good for only a few shots before it becomes a hand grenade. You can make many ancillary parts for a firearm with a 3D printer, but the notion that someone will build a cache of plastic firearms with their 3D printers is delusional.

That is not even taking in the fact that getting, running and operating a 3D printer capable of making the bigger parts for bigger rifle is expensive.

As far as those building guns and hurting themselves with them, isn't that what we want? To let Natural Selection take its course?

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Posted by Steven E on 07/12/2018 at 12:12 PM

Re: “Dateline DeQueen: Cockfighting and immigrants

Sadly,jim it's not a Hispanic thing as much as a human thing. The English had fox hunts into the new millennium. The brits also gave us bulldogs and the bullfights with dogs.

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Posted by Steven E on 07/11/2018 at 7:58 AM

Re: “Name that gorilla: And the open line

Wrong, squirrel, I use them for a different perspective, outside your sheltered bubble. I try to introduce more balanced journalists and commentators, from here and abroad.

If you fill you mind in an incestuous think tank, the thinking can suffer.

On one hand you tell us to follow the money, whatever money there may be connected to Trump from Russia (while also ignoring, during the campaign, the long line of money going into the CLinton Foundation from foreign countries. Yeah, that supposed double standard reveals which side you bias) yet you MAY ignore the money that flows into corporate medicine.

I know you are right about the research community coming out with all sorts of vaccines and drugs that have helped cure and eradicate diseases that used to kill us.

What you missed was my addendum to a conversation where I was only the last in line to toss a few eggs at the medical corporations that push things like fighting the UN breastfeeding policy. While you are correct about how research has unemployed some of the medical field, there is also a healthy business in dumbing down kids with all sorts of drugs to alter their behavior.

Not sure why my comment irked you so much more than Perplexed or Vanessas', though we didn't mean to irk.

You have to be skeptical of the US going against the UN, and the possibility that Trump's corporate friends may want to make sure breast milk gets as scant mention as possible.

There are consequences to this, since we also no, from that beloved research, that less women breastfeeding means more breast cancers in women.

Perhaps the reality is that the reports of corporate medicine keeping kids sick is as exaggerated as Russian collusion.

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Posted by Steven E on 07/10/2018 at 5:30 PM

Re: “Name that gorilla: And the open line

Your paranoid Delusions are showing, Oaf. Like some of the sad character here, relating what is going on here to what happened in Nazi Germany and Poland is an insult, is spitting in the face of real survivors of real genocides, not just the ones you have gunned up in your imaginations.

I know who my enemy may be, and it certainly ain't a bunch of Trump supporters, or right wingers. I know the threats to me come from the loony left, and those that have stated, openly and proudly, that they will attack me for my political beliefs. The real danger to Freedom has come from the left. always.

I don't believe or endorse violence unless bodily injury is imminent. Sound, you, some of the other hysterical hares here, want to use violence against others over belief, not actual threat.

If boots ever did come my way, I know I will be better prepared than you, and in fact, would be a shelter for you when you fail the lefts purity test, and become labelled a Fascist, because you aren't zealous enough.

Journalist Tim Pool has a take on the labels being thrown around by the left, labels that have been false, from the start.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dRPcO-21E…

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Posted by Steven E on 07/10/2018 at 10:34 AM

Re: “Gun worship set at Capitol today with discredited 'expert' UPDATE

As far as challenging YOUR assertions, well, you are making noise, not points.

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Posted by Steven E on 07/10/2018 at 10:17 AM

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