MrPotatoeHead

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Smart. Don't post anything that they'll be able to access and use against you. You, are a survivor.

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From the article: “There is no evidence at this time that suggest that this homicide was a result of a hate crime.” I believe that all one-on-one murders of strangers are hate crimes.

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The need for increased productivity, to get work done, creates a job. Giving the wealthy more money by lowering their taxes has never led to job creation. It's sad that people fall for the lie over and over again.

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Does anyone really believe that there will ever be peace between Palestine and Israel? I sure don't.

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I'm old fashioned in a lot of ways. This however, is complete nonsense. Non-physical conception is still making a baby. Italy needs to dump its ancient Catholic Church/Roman Empire laws in recognition that modern technology does indeed exist and can make what was impossible one hundred years ago, possible today.

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I think it remains secret because Stingrays are never turned off. The powers that be will never admit that they continually break their own laws in the name of "protecting" us.

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Voat appears to allow any group to post comments or create a sub. It seems that it is not so much "for" Nazis, as it allows Nazis.

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Same here. I have had a lot of gay friends over the decades. But, no one I've ever met was openly trans.

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I believe that everyone should see both sides of a coin. I occasionally look at RT, and watch Foxnews, CNBC, MSNBC, 60 minutes, PBS, BBC, CBS and NBC news, and CNN. I like Fareed Zakaria. I think Zakaria is the most even tempered and fair person in media.

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Shouldn't official census records from before and after the Nazi occupation help settle the issue?

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I know a lot of people that enjoy traveling. My wife and I don't . We like to stay home. I've been around and was never excited about other cultures, or pretty much anything. The universe is vast, and diverse. Even so, I'll stay put where I am.

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Technology is making life worse in that we may have created our own replacements for many, if not most, jobs. I do like the non-job threatening improvements such as safer cars, etc.

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Because the sole armed guard present during the latest Florida HS shooting was apparently cowering out of fear, when he should have at least distracted the shooter so he couldn't advance on students any further. That is part of the job he agreed to do. It's sure not a job I would accept.

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I think the most viable way to alter genes is at the zygote stage, where it's not excessively complex and fewer errors can be made. That means consent is given solely by the parent(s).

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The Open Document Foundation was formed to keep the Oracle-dead Open Office going as Libre Office. They've done a great job. For some reason Open Office, under new management, still continues but is not quite as advanced as LO is.

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The only law breaking action was printing Microsoft and Dell logos. Without those he would have been fine. He now knows that.

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He doesn't stand a chance in the Democratic party cesspool that is Illinois. The current governor may be a Republican. He made zero progress until he gave into the Chicago machine that has run Illinois behind closed doors since the mob became the real power during prohibition. Illinois is shrinking, fiscally broke, and yet no one gives a shit about a "Nazi" republican because he's DOA as a candidate.

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It sounds like it may be trying to teach humans what the words mean in Orca-speak, or to get the human to speak back in Orca. I think these creatures are much more intelligent than people are.