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oblio70 says...

He’s kinda like the Mr. Rogers of tradeworkers. I found myself blissed out and open minded just listening this demonstration of something I’d never thought about before.

MMA Fighter shows exactly what happened to George Floyd

MMA Fighter shows exactly what happened to George Floyd

newtboy says...

Kinda verifies what I've said all along, it was most likely the cop in the middle, knee to his back, that directly caused his death, but they ALL helped murder him so should ALL be charged together like they would charge a dope dealer's lookout with selling drugs, and since they're cops, they should at least be sentenced to the maximum as an example since they won't add special circumstances and request the death penalty.

Quick D: UFO on the Moon

Quick D: UFO on the Moon

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BSR says...

Sorry Redo

It never starts on the time I set. I check the box. Don't know why.

Funny. I've been going through some Duke Nukem vids (Takes me back to good times) and this popped up.

It should start around 1:38 if it works. Just about a minute long.


newtboy said:

Yes, anger can be an excellent motivator. Focusing that motivation for good, that's the hard part.

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BSR says...

Only you can do whatever you are going to do.

Justice shumushtice. We all punish ourselves in one way or another.

With age comes wisdom.

We are all created to break.

Passion can cancel lazy if lazy is a problem. Sometimes you need to be lazy in order to operate a Pawleys Island hammock.

It takes practice and confidence to harness and transform the raw energy that anger brings. Anger in the right hands can be a gift. Anger does have a purpose. Everything has a purpose. If you don't know what the purpose is then you can create a purpose for it.

You don't need to be social. You can be part of a crowd all by yourself. You're right about the marches. I'm with you on that one.

Saying you've got a right to hate is misleading. Hate will slowly destroy you and others if you mishandle it.

You can't get rid of hate. You can only transform it if you choose to.

EDIT:

Don't be looking for those that are on the fence. Those that fall (break) will be looking for you.

newtboy said:

What am I going to do? Honestly, probably little besides offering moral support and trying to convince those on the fence or in areas under siege which side the scales of justice SHOULD tilt towards.

I'm old, broken, lazy, quick to anger, I live in the boondocks, and I'm pretty anti social and hate crowds. Marches are not where I belong.

That's my hate, I've grown it from seed. Why do I have to get rid of it? ;-)
In the words of Petrus T Steel, "this is the United States of America, and you've got a right to hate who you want, so let's start busting heads!" ;-)

Quick D: UFO on the Moon

ant says...

Dang! I was submitting this video, and VS says "It seems that video has already been submitted: Quick D: UFO on the Moon" by 20 seconds! Haha! You win.

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BSR says...

OK, lets be clear.

What are you going to do about it? How are you going to get rid of the hate you have for them?


newtboy said:

Let's also be clear, some sparse instances of pleasantries and kindnesses performed on camera while outnumbered 4-1 in no way indicate their violent racist behavior off camera when they have control will change. Most departments have gone the other direction, widening the gap between us and them instead of bridging it. -Newtboy

Florsheim - One Of The Most Expensive Restorations

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eric3579 says...

The follow up Quartermasters edition


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