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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyrrhus View Post
    I mean... okay? But in this article you are essentially agreeing with Feminazi's that he is somehow 'degrading' women by grinding up against them when they're already wearing thong bikini's and pasties (assumption).
    I think that was Silly's way of saying you can take the nigger out of the hood, but you can't take the hood out of the nigger. Eg; Dude's acting trashy even though he's a big star with a major role in one of the hottest Hollywood properties.
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    I suppose... I don't know that if I was a big time 'action' star that I'd act any different around a bunch of nearly-naked women who wanted some of that Star Wars money.

    His comment makes more sense in that light though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyrrhus View Post
    I mean... okay? But in this article you are essentially agreeing with Feminazi's that he is somehow 'degrading' women by grinding up against them when they're already wearing thong bikini's and pasties (assumption).
    Yeah it was the hood in the nigger reference. Here is is British raised and he's engaging in Caribbean hood nigger activities. The article says something about objections to his behavior being "racially insensitive" (because the author knows this is typical nigger behavior) and about Boyega whatevers Nigerian parents being ok with these kind of "traditions". My point is that this kind of "tradition" is indicative of African/black culture and that even the "non savage" blacks are still innately drawn to it. In my opinion most likely because they have a genetically induced affinity for it. If you Google some "whining" videos you will see they have you g black kids as young as 6 or 7 years old doinghe exact same kind of dancing WHILE being cheered on by adults.
    "Nah man, a Paladin has to play fair and by the rules. Do you really see Silly not attacking a weakened opponent? Or rather, not exploiting a weakness to take an enemy down? He'd totally do that. It's the law of the jungle with Silly, even if he does have faith. I think he's principled, just not merciful." - Zavon

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    "Doubt is not an agreeable condition, but certainty is an absurd one." ~ Voltaire

    2 Kings 2:23-24: "....Then two bears came out of the woods and mauled forty-two of the boys."

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    Link didn't work for me. Fixed.

    /edit: In other news, no wonder Silly moved outta Norway. "Norwegian" highschool.

    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Related: Yet Another Breakthrough Study of Genes for Intelligence
    http://www.vdare.com/posts/yet-anoth...r-intelligence

    Some studies coming with huge sample size having definitively identified certain loci as responsible for Intelligence gains.

    Personally, I'd love to see something disprove regression to the mean. It's by far the most depressing aspect of race realism...
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Nixon was quite practical on this topic. The more I've learned about the man the more I think he was a decent if Machiavellian guy.
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

  8. #108

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    VKhaun,

    This article is for you.

    https://www.counter-currents.com/2017/09/bad-apples/
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marou View Post
    lol... I thought you wanted me to learn something from this, but you just picked it because you miss my hilariously apt analogies didn't you?
    Nowadays when people start to get killed by fireballs, no one says they need to dodge the fireball anymore; they say they need to go get a fire resist ring and some ice damage so they don't have to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VKhaun View Post
    lol... I thought you wanted me to learn something from this, but you just picked it because you miss my hilariously apt analogies didn't you?
    I thought you'd find it interesting, beyond that I don't even know what you're talking about sadly.
    "The argument that “people now have more freedom than ever” is based on the fact that we are allowed to do almost anything we please as long as it has no practical consequences."

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