TonySoprano

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TonySoprano wrote

Things have to get a whole lot worse before they get better, huh?

I just hope enough of us survive this shit to get the chance to declare anarchy. Most of us are proles and city dwellers and not equipped to deal with this kind of crisis.

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TonySoprano wrote

Antifa has really gone mainstream all of a sudden, a few weeks ago liberals had no idea what antifa even meant, but now it's in everyone's consciousness and even the most liberal media outlets are finding they have to defend antifa so they can keep on attacking Fuhrer Trump to keep the ad machine going.

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I seen a few people on Reddit

That was your first mistake. You can't expect middle class American college students to understand what they'd be giving up under collectivism. You stick them in a collectivist society where they share everything with everyone and have no privacy and they'll be begging for real freedom in no time.

Humans need space as much as they need company.

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TonySoprano wrote

I love the one where everyone rides videogame bikes to make money and then one guy goes up against the system and immediately sells out when he is offered an apartment and celebrity.

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TonySoprano wrote

The Sopranos is the ultimate critique of capitalism and the desperation of modern day life (especially in regards to the American family). It's a most well formed study of sociopathy and narcissism ever undertaken.

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TonySoprano wrote

The ultimate goal of capitalism: Price out everyone that isn't a Rockerfeller. It's like Highlander but more brutal.

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TonySoprano wrote

Just more proof that all invention is a joint effort involving all humans and patents go against nature.

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TonySoprano wrote

Are people really so naive as to sign their lives away for this bullshit?

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TonySoprano wrote

Agreed, nothing worse than a white douche wearing that mask at a protest, talking about 'plutocracy'. But since it's just a goofy kid and his cat on a couch, I think it's fine.