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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael MacFarlane View Post
    Surely against, if only out of a sense of self-preservation.
    nyehehehe.

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    There are definitely too many lawyers, but it's not impossible to find a job, and the overall Colorado job market is very good right now so I expect that will help.
    If you think the waiters are rude, you should see the manager.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven
    Mike Mac are you a lawyer yet

    Do you use your powers for good or evil

    Do you protect hell's kitchen
    Quote Originally Posted by Michael MacFarlane View Post
    Yeah and I sort of did that last thing because I worked for SBA Disaster Relief after Hurricane Sandy
    I like how you skipped answering the second question

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    If you think the waiters are rude, you should see the manager.

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    pedophile nazi reptilian confirmed
    sniff

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    Didn't fully check out the thread but if this has already been shared I apologize for the other person sharing it.

    "I would rather claim to be an uneducated man than be mal-educated and claim to be otherwise." - Wookie 03:16


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    hey look, a Steven Crowder video where he isn't shouting in the most annoying way possible

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    My favorite video from Stephen Crowder is this one:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lq4WBOkFNtE

    I like it because it makes it clear what his supporters, aka Fox News type people, actually think like, which is to say: well, you know my opinion already.

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    It's kind of a perfect mini narrative for Trumpism, too. You make up a bunch of bull**** about immigrants earning a middle class income (most aren't) using dubious statistics, then you get in your truck, harass them and threaten to call ICE. Like, Trumpism is just a bunch of these guys getting together.

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    Trumpism is that guy who was stepping on that girl's head at the Rand Paul rally

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    Trumpism is when you covfefe, bigly. It NEVER works out, and ALWAYS wastes So Much Time. Sad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend Jones View Post
    hey look, a Steven Crowder video where he isn't shouting in the most annoying way possible
    He's not even wearing a dress. Pass
    If you think the waiters are rude, you should see the manager.

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    reviewbrah needs to get back to energy crisis, running on empty gets too much love

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    energy drinks will give him a stroke even faster than the fast food
    sniff

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    "I would rather claim to be an uneducated man than be mal-educated and claim to be otherwise." - Wookie 03:16


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    (Yes, I am being serious)

    Pretty good article by Ben Shapiro today.

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    (And a more thoughtful one by David French)

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    Also, the NYT Editorial Board's statement on their decision to hire her contains one of the more pathetic excuses for being racist: "but I was trolling!"
    Quote Originally Posted by New York Times Editorial Board
    [...] Her journalism and the fact that she is a young Asian woman have made her a subject of frequent online harassment. For a period of time she responded to that harassment by imitating the rhetoric of her harassers. [...]
    https://www.nytco.com/statements-in-...f-sarah-jeong/ Note that I couldn't care less whether or not they hire this (apparently somewhat bitter toward "white people") person, and I think it's wrong to pay attention to Twitter mobs for hiring decisions (as Ben Shapiro points out).

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    Wow, that chick is a real piece of ****.


    She should fit right in at the NYT.

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    NYT has lots of great people, like Paul Krugman. She ain't one of them tho, lol.

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    OK, spending a bit of time on the NR website and now I see this hilarious article: apparently, UConn is offering, no joke, counselling to students distraught by even the thought of Shapiro coming to speak at their beloved university... oy vey!

    Quote Originally Posted by The University of Connecticut
    We understand that even the thought of an individual coming to campus with the views that Mr. Shapiro expresses can be concerning and even hurtful and that’s why we wanted to make you aware as soon as we were informed.

    In the meantime, please utilize the many campus resources available to you should you want to talk through your feelings about this issue, including my office, the Cultural Centers, the Dean of Students Office, and CMHS, if necessary.
    Snowflakes on steroids, folks...

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    That said, I admit that article is kind of clickbaity, since I was at an American university within the last couple of years, and I received a lot of silly emails from official university organizations about, well, pretty much every little petty issue. I guess that's academia for you.

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    Ever seen Ben Shapiro give the bullhorns? Makes me want therapy, too. Has that keen, focused look, something between a cannibal and a near-sighted frat boy trying to figure out which solo cup has the GHB in it.

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    Wow, that actually makes me sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon`C View Post
    Ever seen Ben Shapiro give the bullhorns? Makes me want therapy, too. Has that keen, focused look, something between a cannibal and a near-sighted frat boy trying to figure out which solo cup has the GHB in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eversor View Post
    he's a rock n roll bad boy

    that's why on his podcast there are so many sick whammy bar-filled guitar riffs

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    Deal with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend Jones View Post
    OK, spending a bit of time on the NR website and now I see this hilarious article: apparently, UConn is offering, no joke, counselling to students distraught by even the thought of Shapiro coming to speak at their beloved university... oy vey!

    Snowflakes on steroids, folks...
    You really have to read the lines here. This is more saying "here's some alternatives please don't act out".

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    back in my day, whenever a conservative hebrew boy came to speak at my school, we didn't go to our safe space therapy cry closets, we put on our black bandanas and threw Molotov cocktails and took over the library, like REAL AMERICANS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    You really have to read the lines here. This is more saying "here's some alternatives please don't act out".
    If I were a student at UConn I could certainly do that. But at my university, I mostly responded to such non-sense by tossing these nothingburger walls of text into the trash bin where they belong, or simply taking a moment to chuckle at the sheer volume of minutia that (apparently) occupies university staff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    You really have to read the lines here. This is more saying "here's some alternatives please don't act out".
    Was I supposed to read the lines here, or between them, and infer that you really meant that you really have to read between the lines?

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    Either one should be fine, so long as we accept wisdom handed down to us from the university as the word of God.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eversor View Post
    Was I supposed to read the lines here, or between them, and infer that you really meant that you really have to read between the lines?
    Was meant to say between, whoops.

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    This is like that time Neil Armstrong said that he had taken "one small step for (a) man; one giant leap for mankind", but forgot to say the 'a' part, and left everybody puzzled as to some kind of deeper, philosophical meaning of what was really just the result of a mistaken omission of a word.

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    I meant to say, "I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be Russia."

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    So, I live with a religiously Jewish person. We had a Jewish dinner tonight, and one of the attendees is engaged to none other than one of Ben Shapiro's close relatives. Really close.

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    did you have hummus
    sniff

  37. #117
    lmao

    Quote Originally Posted by Slate
    He went through college much younger than his classmates and experienced almost no social life. “I’m not a ‘friends’ person by nature,” he said, explaining that he spent, and still spends, almost all of his free time with his family. “I went to a couple of parties in college and I thought they were boring.”

    He says he graduated college a virgin and, in accordance with Orthodox tradition, remained a virgin until his marriage at 24. He met his Orthodox wife through one of his sisters. On their first date, he told me, they had a four-hour conversation about “free will and determinism.” They were engaged three months later.

    He has never tried marijuana or any other drug. When I asked if he wasn’t a little curious, he mounted a quintessentially conservative miniargument against curiosity. “I’m not someone who feels the need to try every experience,” he said. “I was a virgin until I was married, but I don’t think I missed out. I feel like my sex life is fantastic.”
    https://slate.com/news-and-politics/...-count-on.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reid View Post
    So, I live with a religiously Jewish person. We had a Jewish dinner tonight, and one of the attendees is engaged to none other than one of Ben Shapiro's close relatives. Really close.
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    Of all the negative things you can say about Ben Shapiro (or anyone, really), I don't understand why you'd tease someone about being bullied when they were a child. There's something so cruel and mean-spirited about it.
    Last edited by Eversor; 08-04-2018 at 06:43 AM.

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    And giving someone a hard time because they were a virgin until they married at 24? Or treating it as a fault that someone would wait until marriage before having sex? Something about that seems like liberal condescension towards religious people (to me, anyway).
    Last edited by Eversor; 08-04-2018 at 10:25 AM.

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