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Alpha Delta Pi Texas sorority's recruitment video

visionep says...

This is what is sounds like to me:

Boom Boom
I want to go 85
Boom Boom
And baby that ain't a lie
Boom Boom
I want to go 85
On Jeff!
Boom Boom
I want to wear white and blue
Boom Boom
And where I have time to kill
Boom Boom
I want to go 85
On Jeff!
Boom Boom
I want to go 85
Boom Boom
That's how I'm gonna go Delta Pi
Boom Boom
I want to go 85
On Jeff!

BSR said:

Wish I knew what they were saying. But then again I've always had a problem hearing women.

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Sheriff's Deputy Punches Handcuffed Teen Seeking Help

visionep says...

At least they'll likely win enough money from us, the taxpayers, to treat the boy correctly in a private facility.

Kind of like medicare for all, except you need to get beat down before you get your payout.

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Trump Turns Our Military Into Mercenaries

visionep says...

So you are saying that Obama is the one who turned our military into mercenaries?

I bet you could get FOX news to run with that story.

newtboy said:

I think he believes he gets to keep that blood money from Saudi Arabia.

As for his South Korea claim....there is no agreement for them to pay a dime next year, because Trump could only negotiate a 1 year extension to the 5 year payment plan Obama negotiated. Contrary to Trump's ignorant lies, for >3 decades the cost sharing agreement has been negotiated on a 5 year basis with S. Korea paying the U.S. yearly, but Trump has been incapable of negotiating and today there's no payment agreement at all. Only 4% of South Koreans support paying what Trump's demanding, making his current near $5 billion demand (a 400%+ increase from last year) a clear deal killer....which might end our cooperative agreement with another ally.
Japan's cost sharing agreement is up for renegotiation next year, expect the same level of absolute failure in those negotiations and the loss of another ally and the loss of more US influence in the Pacific.

*promote exposing the ridiculously easily debunked lies being used to hide the total failure to negotiate successfully.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/to-make-korea-pay-more-for-security-trump-has-to-show-his-shopping-list-11578393004

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God damnit Chug.

visionep says...

I didn't straw man anything. His argument was that the animal is about to "go through hell" in "a few days".

My counter is that the animal is not going to go through hell (not abused) and will be living for more than a few days. I backed that assertion up with facts that I am familiar with for the subject matter. I didn't even mention other inaccuracies about the butchering process that really have nothing to do with the animal going "through hell" since it has been rendered unconscious before anything happens.

Does every fact in his description have to be 100% false for his overall analysis to be repudiated? Seems like a high bar for challenging an opinion.

surfingyt said:

You cherry picked the portions of his text that you could straw man (timeline of death, your apparent ignorance that animal abuse is a thing that happens and taking the term "throw" literally).

The reality is that what he said is true: The cow is doomed and will be killed using the methods he described.

God damnit Chug.

visionep says...

Yes, that calf will likely be used for veal as are a lot of Holstein male calves that come from dairies. Some people don't want to see where their food comes from, thinking that animals are all cute and cuddly and should be saved is naive and unrealistic. Treating all animals with compassion and caring for them to keep them safe and comfortable is important for the farmers so that the animals grow better and are not injured or getting sick from stress.

For this calf you aren't right about the timing. My guess is that, that calf is between 2 and 4 weeks old and weighs less than 100 lbs. Veal are butchered at 18 to 20 weeks old and get up to 500 lbs at the time of slaughter. They aren't as cute and cuddly, but they are still animals with their own personalities whether funny, affectionate, or mean.

Why would someone beat their animals? It would just stress them out so the animals will get sick and probably die, losing the farmer money. And who can pick up 500 lbs to throw it into a truck? Your characterization is unrealistic and likely stems from your concern for the animals, which is admirable, but isn't based in reality.

HerbWatson said:

To put some context here, this calf was separated from his mother to become veal. So it's easy to say "aww cute" but this creature is about to go through hell for somebody's sandwich.

This is what will happen to this calf within a few days: [url redacted]

He will be beaten and thrown onto the truck. He will have his head crushed by a bolt gun to knock him unconscious, and then he will be hung up my one leg and have his throat slit to kill him, and his unconscious body will choke on this own blood.

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Drone footage captures devastation in Mexico Beach, Florida

visionep says...

Gonna be some nice construction jobs down there. If you do construction and are willing to travel I bet there is good business after these weather events.



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