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Biden Presidency 2021 - ?

mykel

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Apr 19, 2013
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I guess he must not be getting "audited".

Yup, that fallacy has been reborn with Bidens release.
Been seeing a lot of this kind of stuff....

Trumptard - "Trump couldn't release his taxes because the IRS is auditing him"
IRS - "Being audited does not preclude you from releasing your taxes. He is free to do so at any time."
Trumptard - <crickets> -or- ... err, umm, but, but, - Does that include Sleepy Joes Chinese payoff?"
 

Westy

the teste
Nov 22, 2002
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ol' Ludwig van Beethoven would have a word with you
Well someone who can hear who isn't allowed to listen to their music.

It is possible for someone who loses a sense to have the part of their neo-cortex that processes that sense to reprogram itself to compensate for the loss. Some people can "hear" the music they play from the act of playing it and not hearing it. Much in the same way we process a written conversation the same way as a verbal one.
 

SkaredShtles

I love NEWCASTLE and will ONLY drink NEWCASTLE!!!!
Sep 21, 2003
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In a van.... down by the river
Well someone who can hear who isn't allowed to listen to their music.

It is possible for someone who loses a sense to have the part of their neo-cortex that processes that sense to reprogram itself to compensate for the loss. Some people can "hear" the music they play from the act of playing it and not hearing it. Much in the same way we process a written conversation the same way as a verbal one.
 

rideit

Bob the Builder
Aug 24, 2004
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In the cleavage of the Tetons
Well someone who can hear who isn't allowed to listen to their music.

It is possible for someone who loses a sense to have the part of their neo-cortex that processes that sense to reprogram itself to compensate for the loss. Some people can "hear" the music they play from the act of playing it and not hearing it. Much in the same way we process a written conversation the same way as a verbal one.
Some people can also ‘hear’ music from it’s written form. Some of this is years of experience and practice, and some is innate.
 

Westy

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Toshi

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Oct 23, 2001
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Some people can also ‘hear’ music from it’s written form. Some of this is years of experience and practice, and some is innate.
I'm very good at sight singing pieces and for tonal music can basically transcribe anything… and then play it back to you in any arbitrary different key.

When I listen to music I'm basically continuously transcribing it.
 

mykel

closer to Periwinkle
Apr 19, 2013
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No Jesus crackers for you.


When they make serious atonement for being a bunch of kiddie-fuckers.
When they strip their houses back to a simple cross and basic wooden pew and use the money to do some good.
When they shut the fuck up about politics or lose their tax free status....

Then maybe, just maybe, I may be inclined to listen.












Naw, Aint ever gonna happen, fuck them. :disgust:
 

Changleen

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Jan 9, 2004
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1st amendment rights not apparently not for foreigners. More utter hypocrisy and from your government. Some or even most of these sites I probably would find abhorrent but some are fairly legit news sites too. America has Fux news; do these people really not have a clue how this looks from outside?:

US seizes three dozen websites used for ‘Iranian disinformation’
 
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rideit

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Aug 24, 2004
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WASHINGTON—Shaking his head and sighing while poking around various rotting, dilapidated sections of the 3.8-million-square-mile country, local contractor Randy Alonzo looked President Joe Biden in the eye Friday and told him that it would be cheaper just to tear down the United States and start over. “Yeah, no, I’ll be honest, this whole friggin’ place, from California to New York, all the way down to the tip of Florida, is a mess, and if I were you, I’d just consider shit-canning the whole thing and building back from the ground up,” said Alonzo, adding that while he was fully expecting to find some disrepair in a 244-year-old nation, he wasn’t prepared for a total “gut job” with lead pipes in every major city, huge cracks all up and down the west coast, standing water throughout the south, as well as an unidentifiable toxic sludge all throughout the midwest. “I just don’t see any way we can save this. Are you aware Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, and Tennessee were all built on floodplains? And I can’t even tell my guys to start inspecting Pennsylvania without the proper hazmat suits, given all the asbestos. Listen, I get that there’s a lot of historical charm that you want to save in New England and everything, but that stuff hasn’t really been maintained since 1960. If I were you, I’d try to start finding some more money for this reno, because that $6 billion bipartisan deal isn’t exactly going to cut it.” Alonzo confirmed he could technically cut corners and just do cosmetic upgrades, but unless he shored up the foundation, Biden would have a real hard time unloading a rat-infested, fire-prone, depreciating country on the next guy.
 

Changleen

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The language choices in this are quite astonishing:

Iran begins process of making enriched uranium metal; U.S., E3 dismayed
https://reut.rs/3AANX2v

Example said:
Price (US State Dept.) said the United States found it “worrying” that Iran was continuing to violate the agreement “especially with experiments that have value for nuclear weapons research.
You’ll note Trump merely ‘pulled out’ of the deal but Iran ‘violates’ it, at least twice in the article. Secondly — Iran cannot possibly violate an agreement that no longer effectively exists because the US pulled out (“violated”) it. Holy shitballs, Reuters. They are getting worse at this and it is disappointing.
 
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Jm_

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Jan 14, 2002
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Afghanistan, Iraq, Vietnam, whatever, killing folks in support of military suppliers and bravado.
Somalia, Syria, I'm sure there's lots more.

So after trying to win a few small countries, we then tried to win an entire region. Pretty sure what's next on the plate is to win at least the solar system.
 

Pesqueeb

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Riding the baggage carousel.
Somalia, Syria, I'm sure there's lots more.

So after trying to win a few small countries, we then tried to win an entire region. Pretty sure what's next on the plate is to win at least the solar system.
The surface of Titan is covered in liquid natural gas. Clearly its our first candidate for Freedom™ in space.
 

kidwoo

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Aug 25, 2003
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The old timey times
Somalia, Syria, I'm sure there's lots more.

So after trying to win a few small countries, we then tried to win an entire region. Pretty sure what's next on the plate is to win at least the solar system.
Turns out communism isnt so scary afterall when you can choke it to death with sanctions and make every dumb american voter think the economic failure is due to socialism.

Still gotta keep the defense contractor investers happy I guess. You see the way mars is looking at us! They disrespected our troops!!!
 

Westy

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Turns out communism isnt so scary afterall when you can choke it to death with sanctions and make every dumb american voter think the economic failure is due to socialism.

Still gotta keep the defense contractor investers happy I guess. You see the way mars is looking at us! They disrespected our troops!!!

Space Force to the rescue!!
 

Westy

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It is almost like going into Afghanistan was a bad idea. If there were only other moments in history that could have shown us this.

Why doesn't forcing democracy on people by gunpoint work?