mike425

mike425 wrote

Have you considered medication?
While my situation was less usual, I complained about not being able to sleep for a few days straight to urgent care staff, and they prescribed me Hydroxyzine (Vistaril), and that worked for me. I then changed my antidepressant to Mirtazapine (Remeron), which has sedative/anxiolytic effects, and was able to stop taking the medication that the urgent care prescribed. For exotic harassment that disrupts sleep, I have a chapter in my survival guide.

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mike425 wrote (edited )

I caucused for Bernie, and I've referred to myself as a left libertarian and socialist.
US citizens wouldn't be fighting the military, the military would divide into factions.
You can't knock down my reasonable commentary, so I'm a "right wing troll".
That's so sad I'm not going to waste more of my time responding.

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mike425 wrote

The article specifically points out that several mass shooting incidents were stopped by armed citizens, and you could find the statistics used with a search engine. The only thing that stops someone that's wielding a tool of force, is someone else that's also wielding a tool of force. Gun Free Zones are the delusion that an imaginary line around a campus is going to keep out someone with the intent to harm.

Your talking points sound like they came straight from the /r/politics CTR circlejerk, who can't understand any solutions outside further restricting access to the wealthy elite right people, and 'Assault Weapons' Bans, because military-style rifles, their standard capacity 30 round magazines, and the people who own them are scary!
We the people are facing systemic corruption and tyranny in government, the likes of which haven't been seen since the 1700's, yet there are crowds that think throwing down our armaments is a wise and prudent decision, because think of the children.

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mike425 wrote

I'm more attracted by Swiss privacy laws.
I don't feel comfortable using any email service that can be compelled to turn over all of my communications without so much as a rubber stamp on a court order. Even with ProtonMail's 4mbit encryption, if you're a big enough blip on a TLA's radar, there are other means to compromise both you and your otherwise secure endpoint, making the layers of crypto rather pointless.

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mike425 OP wrote

The actualconspiracies community would like a word with you.
Did you know the CIA helped to successfully create an implication of irrationality surrounding the term "conspiracy therory" in the 60s and 70s (1035-960), in the wake of JFK's assassination, with the population questioning the Warren Report?

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mike425 OP wrote

Your baseless and unprovoked accusations summed up:

  • Believes medication bolsters EM sources
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Schizophrenic

I'm certain that you don't know me personally (I've been taking an antidepressant for decades, currently Mirtazapine), and that you'll never return to defend your asinine drivel with any supporting arguments. Taking a look at your comment history shows that you have some severe antisocial and critical thinking issues. Looking forward to your permaban after your next insipid bray of "lel lel schizo XD XD".

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mike425 wrote

Yet key measures of the nation’s public engagement, satisfaction and confidence – voter turnout, knowledge of public-policy issues, faith that the next generation will fare better than the current one, and respect for basic institutions, especially the government – are far below what they were 50 years ago, and in many cases have reached near historic lows.

I'm not sure why the boomers thought they could stop planting trees, whose shade they would knowingly never benefit from, but it's glaring in the modern US. They are all too willing to sell out their own children's futures for comfortable retirements and political pinings of yesteryear, and gen X, millennials and onward are all looking forward to bleak futures because of the boomer's selfish and short-sighted delusions.

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mike425 wrote

I'm rrab on reddit, and livid about the admins banning the moderator dessalines.
That user was a voice of reason, not someone that was inciting or advocating violence. I'm also a strong proponent of having an armed working class, and to see the admins react the way they did was completely outrageous and telling.
I'm seeking to migrate my subreddit content here once I'm able.

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