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 on: Today at 12:15:00 PM 
Started by Soddball - Last post by dfgardner

I don't think the warring factions of the Middle East are going to start singing together just because we quit dropping bombs on them, but I'd rather that money go into automating my commute to work and putting Lars out of work, because that will save 10s of thousands of American lives every year.  This shit we're doing now isn't...

The fight we have now has nothing to do with warring factions in the mid east nor would it stop if by magic peace happened.
The lone wolves are attacking because it's the pious religious thing to do.

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 on: Today at 06:37:24 AM 
Started by Soddball - Last post by mididoctors
I don't think the warring factions of the Middle East are going to start singing together just because we quit dropping bombs on them, but I'd rather that money go into automating my commute to work and putting Lars out of work, because that will save 10s of thousands of American lives every year.  This shit we're doing now isn't...

I wonder what all those pissed off underemployed young Muslims will do when their last hope at a job gets automated out of existence.

Somehow doubt it'll be more prayer.

there is a lot of disruption. the same thing everywhere for that automation thing. not sure how that plays out here in the uk. I can not see manufacture jobs flooding back in a rebalanced post brexit economy.

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 on: Yesterday at 06:03:33 PM 
Started by Soddball - Last post by Lars
I don't think the warring factions of the Middle East are going to start singing together just because we quit dropping bombs on them, but I'd rather that money go into automating my commute to work and putting Lars out of work, because that will save 10s of thousands of American lives every year.  This shit we're doing now isn't...

I wonder what all those pissed off underemployed young Muslims will do when their last hope at a job gets automated out of existence.

Somehow doubt it'll be more prayer.

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 on: Yesterday at 03:29:59 PM 
Started by Babra - Last post by Rother
I bought a 2014 VW TDI for ~30k. Right away VW sends me a 1k just for buying. The emissions scandal hit and I got another 1k from VW. After over 2 years of driving it like it was stolen I just sold it back for 31.5k. Got a letter yesterday that Bosch will be sending me $350. I still can't believe I got paid to drive a new car.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:37:09 PM 
Started by Elvis - Last post by mididoctors
Nunes must be under surveillance as well..hence the clumsy public disclosure thing.

the only way he can tell the WH what the committee knows is in public.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:21:23 PM 
Started by Soddball - Last post by mididoctors
tunbridge wells hotbed of terrorism

That's Royal Tunbridge Wells, peasant!
not in my revolutionary peoples republic


I thought we were an autonomous collective.


syndicalist!  post brexit majority rule...dictatorship of the proletariat ...oh the irony

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 on: Yesterday at 01:13:58 PM 
Started by bboyle - Last post by Seminole
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that involves undermining democratic institutions to the extent they are kleptocratic organs open to direct influence.

When did we pivot to Goldman Sachs?

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 on: Yesterday at 01:12:28 PM 
Started by bboyle - Last post by Seminole
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and this is important..Russia's goals in region do not require stability ie they can achieve wider geopolitical effects by keeping the region unstable which is quite a different prospect from US efforts.

I couldn't look at what has happened in the ME over the last 25 years and surmise that 'stability' was a US goal.
How do you?

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 on: Yesterday at 01:11:02 PM 
Started by Soddball - Last post by Seminole
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It's very na´ve to believe that the above would stop any of what's happening.

I didn't even suggest that it would 'stop' it, but I would point out that in just about every recent 'lone wolf' attack they've cited as their motive revenge for our attacks in the ME.
The U.S. alone dropped at least 26,171 bombs last year in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen, Somalia and Pakistan.
Have we witnessed retaliation that measures even 1/1000th of what we're dishing out?

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This is ideological not economic.

I don't think the warring factions of the Middle East are going to start singing together just because we quit dropping bombs on them, but I'd rather that money go into automating my commute to work and putting Lars out of work, because that will save 10s of thousands of American lives every year.  This shit we're doing now isn't...

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 on: Yesterday at 01:10:29 PM 
Started by Soddball - Last post by Hakko
tunbridge wells hotbed of terrorism

That's Royal Tunbridge Wells, peasant!
not in my revolutionary peoples republic

I thought we were an autonomous collective.

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