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ICT / Re: Cloak VS Nightcrawler
« on: October 18, 2018, 11:22:56 PM »
I would say no.
Because...?
Because of what Thanos6 says:
IIRC, Kurt's power works by moving through a dimension where distances are shorter than our dimension. So he'd just be teleporting between locations in the darkness, I think. He'd still have to find the exit.
Its not like NC can teleport from dimension to dimension.

Well, him being able to teleport via wormhole through the dimension he does to shorten his trip on earth would technically be teleporting between dimensions. 


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Debate / Re: So let's talk about Elizabeth Warren's DNA test.
« on: October 18, 2018, 11:16:06 PM »
It was probably passed down knowledge. I've always been told I'm part Japanese becausemy great grandfather on my mom's side was japenese. But technically I don't know this for sure since I've never met my grandfather let alone great grandfather.

There are stories like this on my dad's side too. Like how my ancestor altered his last name to sound less Irish and more Scottish to marry a Scottish woman.

It basically becomes an argument over which is more important, being genetically part of group or being culturally part of a group. This is actually plays into what the Cherokee Nation said about the situation. They really didn't denounce her. They basically said genetics isn't the main factor in being part of the Cherokee Nation. It's more about being part of the culture. They don't want people taking DNA test just to weasel there way into the nation and the benefits they get from it.

Warren has a quaint little family story about having native American ancestry similar to mine about being part Japanese. She might have told it a few too many times but I dont think shes been trying to manipulate anyone with it.

Well, it definitely happens with the name changes.  Especially, in early American history.  Latinos/Hispanic/Cubano have often changed their names.  Trump's grandfather changed their named from Drumpf to Trump. 
    Hell, I just found out that Rafael was Ted Cruz's first name. 

  And yea.  From what I've seen and heard she definitely wasn't trying to take part of any Cherokee culture.

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Debate / Re: how important is civility
« on: October 18, 2018, 12:19:25 AM »
If you abandon civility, you give your opponents the permission to do the same.

That's the problem with me...I can't stand hypocrites & people in authority who blatantly lie to big note themselves.

I'm currently working for a Jewish community kitchen & I've made it very clear to the Rabbi & his wife that I have no respect (civility) for them but I will treat them with professional courtesy.
Whenever the Rabbi or his wife is making a speech big noting themselves, I can feel my blood boiling at the blatant lies they're telling the public & my manager (a non Jew) will signal me to walk away & take a break. I've got a history of openly questioning the Rabbi's "facts" in front of a public audience.

Juz saying, opponents are usually already opponents because they've manipulated what construes as civility to others.

This sounds like the guy I use to work with when I did home deliveries.  He'd pull that help a brotha out shit.  While, talking about don't trust the white man.  When he was a hypocritical fuck and would suck up to the white man.  I personally do not judge people on race.  But, how they directly treat me and others.  Regardless of race.  If you're a manipulative piece of shit.  You're a piece of shit.  And need to have your face meet a hammer.  I would go at it with this dude.  I quit due to him and how he was.  And others who've worked with him after I had and prior would say he was a piece of shit and the instigator and he very much often people to the point of wanting to fight.

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Debate / Re: Will Trump go down as the worst president ever?
« on: October 17, 2018, 09:07:47 PM »
I am very much enjpying fake mainstream liberals pretending that they havent been supporting the known terrorist regime for decades along with their globalist neocons for decades.

😂😂😂  Meanwhile,  Trump blatantly admitted to an alleged 100 million arms sale to them.  Which,  he didn't want to jeopardize. 


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Debate / Re: how important is civility
« on: October 17, 2018, 09:05:03 PM »
It's meaningless if someone is lying in you're face, being subversive & doing things to attack or demean someone.  And most times it's those who smile the most in your face and really don't give a fuck about you.   But,  they'll do whatever they can to get ahead while screwing others over. 
 

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Debate / Re: So let's talk about Elizabeth Warren's DNA test.
« on: October 16, 2018, 09:31:32 PM »
Thing is trump didn't specify there needed to be a certain percentage of Native American in get blood stream.   She went off of what her family told her.   And we all know that families can keep dirty secrets & are often the first problem in most people's live's. 
     How was she to know how far down the bloodline it was?  It's not like the ability to tell was around back then.   Did she prove that she had Native American I get background absolutely.   Was it enough to be relevant.   Probably not.  She had no outstanding features of a Native American.   Which,  many Native Americans are & were often ostracized as a result of them.   I can't recall anything she's done for the tribes.  Did,  she benefit politically possibly.   But,  I don't think it's been a factor in where she eventually ended up.   Trump felt it was enough to attack her on it without dna evidence.  And he says he'll test her himself.   Which,  I doubt he's capable of doing by looking at her. 

Meanwhile,  here's someone who has benefited from a lying false claim. 
http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-na-pol-mccarthy-contracts-20181014-story.html?outputType=amp&__twitter_impression=true

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ICT / Re: Punisher with a week of prep vs Deathstroke
« on: October 16, 2018, 09:20:26 PM »
Frank had better use that Skrull sniper rifle.   

My money's on Slade.   Hell,  Punisher couldn't totally stop DP. 

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ICT / Keanu/Constantine vs Matt Ryan/Constantine
« on: October 15, 2018, 10:36:23 PM »
Who's your money on in a heads up match up?

Dreamy surfer pre-John Wick or the Warlock limey.  Who's really a limey bastard who seems better suited for the role. 

1st. Hth.

2nd. A demon off say against Etrigan's father. 

3rd. Exorcism!

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ICT / Re: Brock Lesnar VS A Mountain Lion
« on: October 15, 2018, 01:13:22 AM »
Brock has been at this for years


*sigh*

You, have to forgive Dlb. He, has a, retard/ mongoloid mind state. He's been at this, for years. He, has his own, limitations to overcome

Meanwhile,  you've just been drinking imported water from Flint.  Maybe,  you should give that a break.   

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^^^SPECIAL UNIT 2....:


The lead actor briefly played Jimmy Olsen on LOIS & CLARK. He’s working steady it seems, if unexceptionally.
The last thing i can tell his co-star did was PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4 in 2012.
Token black guy was Richard Grant, who’s always around in bit parts.
The gnome was Danny Woodburn, one of the go to little ppl in movies.

Wouldnt be hard to get them all together again, i think. Make it so!

You know me so well!   It's like...


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ICT / Re: Stegron THE DINOSAUR MAN vs Superior Spider-man
« on: October 14, 2018, 06:46:56 PM »
Superior spider -man.   I'd figure Stegron to have the higher strength base though.

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ICT / Re: Brock Lesnar VS A Mountain Lion
« on: October 14, 2018, 06:43:49 PM »
You seem to be forgetting that Brock spends his free time chasing down elk on foot and ripping their throats out with his teeth.

Glad you mentioned this.   I nearly ran. Down a deer.  But,  that fucker hopped over some Barbwire.  My money is on Brock in this shit. There's people who have a fighter's/survival mind state.   Brock has been at this for years.  The mountain lion has it's own limitations to overcome.   

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ICT / Re: Namor VS Carnage
« on: October 13, 2018, 10:08:06 PM »
 :o :o :o

Namor's got this.   For a guy who dives to the depths of the bottom of the ocean to be worried about being cut. Even by carnage who does no form of exercise to increase the strength of his symbiote.  Which, we've seen Eddie brock use to his advantage when combined with the symbiote.  I don't think the symbiotes are generally in  the 70 + cl on average.  I can see them in the 20 - 40 cl top.  And that's even with the push the symbiotes have been getting.   Pete didn't get a strength amp when he was combined with the symbiote.   But,  then that was probably due to them not having fleshed out the symbiote at that time. 

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Farscape!   

Fuck!   The dude who was a Chicago cop had a female partner.   They investigated supernatural activities/ crimes.  They had a gnome or dwarf working with the police. 

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Debate / Re: Is any of trump Law suits going to hit him
« on: October 13, 2018, 09:17:35 PM »
if the tax fraud prove true. He may not have anything happen to him since it happen to long ago, where they cant charge him. Think the time frame for fraud is 4 year. Now if he has to pay the back Taxes, well that another thing.

I don't think there's a limit on taxes.   They want their money & if it's a federal thing they'll also look at his more recent dealings which could turn up more recent crimes.   Which,  he could be held accountable.  Can't be a president when you're in jail.   

the ability to prosecute him may be taken to the supreme court though

About to get the specific code on this.

Ah, here we go!

https://klasing-associates.com/question/difference-criminal-tax-evasion-and-civil-tax-fraud-offense/

"Moreover, civil tax fraud and criminal tax fraud have different statute of limitations. For civil tax fraud, there is no statute of limitations, and the tax may be assessed at any time. By contrast, there is a criminal statute of limitations, but it applies only to the prosecution of the crime—the actual tax evasion—not the assessment of the tax owed. Typically, the statute is three (3) years after the taxpayer commits the offense. But there are certain, specified carved out offenses for which a six (6) year statute of limitations applies."

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