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> "“You have good genes, you know that, right?
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
You do realize that group, social, sexual selection are part of human racehorse theory? We actually take part in selectively privileging people with traits we admire?
JustTheNews: How Trafalgar Group polling counts Trump voters other polling companies miss.
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
Wow. Good catch.
Supreme Court nomination
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
No. It doesn't sound familiar.
Trump’s gene comments ‘indistinguishable from Nazi rhetoric’, expert on Holocaust says | The ...
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
Good Lord, really? We now can no longer have good genes? Really? I want a new reality. This one is beginning to stink.
Forgot to put one in my pocket - again!
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
Oh damn. Rather than the muzzle, I use the collar because "science" say it's least effective. Either way it enrages me whenever I cover my face on command. It honestly makes me hate myself, my neighbors, my community, my State, my country, and my species, for a not too brief period of time. This is going to break me eventually.
How many here walked away from the left.
govols comments on Sep 21, 2020:
Actually, I was a libertarian when I was younger, and left it when I realized it's an ideology that would require shooting free-riders until none remained...and my fellow human find that idea repulsive in far larger numbers than agree to it. I test drove conservatism and classical liberalism, but conservatism doesn't conserve anything of value and classical liberalism leads directly to progressivism and to exactly what we enjoy today: collectivism. I'm currently politically homeless. I'm beginning to think we really ought to unwind the general government and revert sovereignty back to the individual States. Maybe or maybe not then constitute a few sectional confederations. For now I'm pretty much a nationalist, but grudgingly so.
Sigh, it's impossible for me to keep working on previous projects.
govols comments on Sep 20, 2020:
Con you use US proxi servers to search in Spanish for conservative Latino forums to promote your videos? I've made links to comments on the few places I've been able to find, but link only might be ineffective.
Do you remember this? 🤣 [youtube.com]
govols comments on Sep 18, 2020:
I had a hand-me-down computer in the 90s, a 486. I would have to reformat the hard drive every couple of months to keep it running on its last leg. I had to use the modem at 14k to download the driver for the CD-rom in order to update the op-system to windows 95. Only then could I get the modem driver to update so that it would do 56k.
My holiday plan rapidly shrinking in my head. 😂
govols comments on Sep 17, 2020:
Somebody my wife and I care about is getting married in October and we still don't know if we'll attend because we don't yet know what rules will apply to either the venue or to the territories through which we'll have to travel to get there. The whims of each place the path flows through helps determine the paths that we're willing to follow...
In another thread [idw.
govols comments on Sep 17, 2020:
I think we're going to have to come up with wisdom that stands outside of reality as science might know it, but that works at the level of how individuals experience being within it. I have an idea that you can't do wisdom and science simultaneously; wisdom and knowledge are not the same thing. Wisdom is looking at the meaning we can assign to beauty, goodness, justice, etc., GIVEN what we think we know about reality. If we think reality is deterministic, if humans are limited by genetics and constructed within those limits by environmental factors, then what does it mean to the experience of being? Wisdom is about integrating the reality of the world with the ways we experience that reality. There won't be A correct philosophy, a single set of wisdom across time and space, because reality for us is what we experience rather than the current location and intensity of material and force.
PopularMechanics: The Air Force designed, built a flew a brand new, next-gen fighter in a year.
govols comments on Sep 16, 2020:
If your narrow the design to JUST knocking down planes built to multi-task, it get easier?
Dad: Will you get off the Internet?
govols comments on Sep 16, 2020:
5G is being built in order to facilitate wireless VR porn.
This post comes from a conversation I am having with Krunoslav.
govols comments on Sep 16, 2020:
This is the conversation we'll be having as AI and automation turn more and more of us into obsolete production equipment. I have a sick idea that this is what's driving globalism, and the idea of stacking us like cord.wood into mega-cities, and the targets toward population reductions and sustainable development.
Custom Hoops
govols comments on Sep 15, 2020:
Dear God, soon?
So we decided to explore how wisdom (philosophy) relates to psychology.
govols comments on Sep 15, 2020:
You're kinda embracing the new role, aren't you? I've been on this for a bit, the whole free will and behavioral conditioning. I'm not sure where it's taking me yet. It feels like science is wrong about free will and Theory is wrong about constructionism. It feels like their is a human mind that exceeds the biological processes of the brain dealing with environmental stimuli. It feels like a weird mix of individual conscience as emergent from the phenomenological human experience of the expectations emanating from the culture within which the individual is formed. I am a product of my raising, but within the framework of that reality I have a certain amount of control over how I will fit myself into society.
I was brought up by agnostic parents.
govols comments on Sep 15, 2020:
It sounds like you were being raised into the remnants of a moral tradition, but not handed down the stories it was rooted in.
I'm going to take a detour from the on going discussion of wisdom as philosophy and philosophies ...
govols comments on Sep 14, 2020:
https://quillette.com/2020/09/09/at-the-intersection-of-art-and-science-revisiting-eo-wilsons-consilience/ From just last week.
The pursuit of normality is the ultimate sacrifice of potential. – Faith Jegede
govols comments on Sep 14, 2020:
The pursuit of abnormality is the ultimate sacrifice of cooperation?
I need to ask a serious question to the Christian members of this group: Do you still believe in ...
govols comments on Sep 14, 2020:
I'm not sure that keeping the faith is that hard for believers IF their faith is developed later in life, or if it survives through teens and twenties. My own experience is that, as children begin to lose "wonder," gain "science" and reason, it's easy to learn enough about the world to become doubtful that God is neither sufficient for nor necessary to an understanding of reality. As one gets deeper and deeper into reality, especially into relationships, science and reason begin to also seem less and less sufficient, though reason seems to remain at least relevant, and probably necessary. I guess what I'm saying is, if you maintain a grip on faith through your introduction to modern "knowing," or turn to faith as a result of realizing how inadequate modern "knowing" really is for emotional well-being, it only deepens the longer one accepts it and trusts in it...
When will Dr Jordan Peterson re-emerge?
govols comments on Sep 14, 2020:
I'm guessing he'll be back with his next book, but with a far lighter lecture load. I also think the next stage of his pondering is going to be more about "now that you have you own house in order, you must trust yourself to act in the world." There are a bunch of competent people in the world who are either afraid, or ignoring their obligation, to bravely and publicly express right and wrong when the world is moving in dire directions. I'm as guilty as anybody.
IT’S NOT YOUR IMAGINATION We’re tumbling down the slippery slope towards civil war.
govols comments on Sep 14, 2020:
I have my doubts about a civil war, but far more easily imagine a further breakdown of law and order in growing numbers of cities, States or "sections." I think we're moving toward some sort of breakup.
Haha, Things you find in the classroom.
govols comments on Sep 12, 2020:
The image looks assembled to me. The near parts look like they're laid over the more distant whole of a classroom.
I need to ask a serious question to the Christian members of this group: Do you still believe in ...
govols comments on Sep 12, 2020:
Do I correctly understand that you're neither a Christian nor otherwise a believer in God? Or are you a believer trying to overcome doubt?
Okay, here's my episode on Propaganda and Feminism.
govols comments on Sep 11, 2020:
I can't watch. Your vids are beautiful, but so stylistically hurtful to my own aesthetic. The pace, the cuts, the jarring shifts from then to now...it breaks my concentration. Thumbs up for the stunning presentations. I'm trying to spread them.
Peter Thiel Met With The Racist Fringe As He Went All In On Trump [buzzfeednews.com]
govols comments on Sep 11, 2020:
No sources, emails "recreated" by buzzfeed?
Why are so many religions restrictive of sexual behavior?
govols comments on Sep 11, 2020:
It seems like "cults" basically exist to regulate social behavior. Regulating mating habits among the cult members is probably socially necessary as population increases. Most of the cults I've looked at are fairly sex-positive even when they frown on promiscuity. Get married, have children, raise them as best you can manage, and spoil your grandchildren as much as possible just to complete the circle....
The Jewish what? lol
govols comments on Sep 11, 2020:
Damn.... https://www.amazon.com/Jewish-Japanese-Cook-Book-Raise-Wolves/dp/0399110437
Did 9/11 and its aftermath change your view of the world?
govols comments on Sep 11, 2020:
It wasn't 9/11 that changed my world view. It was more how briefly we remained on the "same side."
For full disclosure, we put @Thaw on 10 day probation for advocating for violence in this comment.
govols comments on Sep 11, 2020:
I have no issue with the part or the whole of the post. I don't think it amounts to incitement, or "fighting words," because I don't think it is worded in an way that spontaneously raises emotions.
Help me out?
govols comments on Sep 11, 2020:
What does it look like written in Spanish?
I get you CAN'T support Trump, but I can't imagine ANY reason you support Biden EXCEPT he is NOT ...
govols comments on Sep 9, 2020:
I'm mostly with you. I can't figure out how to rationalize a vote FOR Biden. The best I can come up with is an active anti-Trump position that has Biden as the only viable option for his removal, and maybe the "deep state" can auto-pilot through another unfit president....
Clever teaching tool.
govols comments on Sep 8, 2020:
Well, you finally got me to comment. That shit's funny....
He does have a point. lol
govols comments on Sep 8, 2020:
I don't argue...I just tell them they're wrong. Well done, with ketchup. Symbolic ritual sacrifice to the gods of piss poor food chain management?
How are you doing under Covid lockdown?
govols comments on Sep 8, 2020:
I'm functioning almost as normal, but with far fewer hours at work. I go out to most of my usual haunts and mostly do all of my usual activities. Where I live most shopping is open but masks are requested. Some bars I enjoy are simply and fully ignoring the C-Fear virus and good times are enjoyed by most who enter. I'm planning to continue my diligence where keeping household supplies maxed out, saving where possible, and reading old books. The latter is probably contributing greatly to my sanity. The internet search algorithms being purposefully broken toward a twisted form of mind control basically drove me from news and current events, so that's probably been helpful, too. I really don't think about vaccine.
After some posts, I started wondering, what do you think I mean when I refer to "emotional strength"...
govols comments on Sep 7, 2020:
On one hand the ability to weather the experience of being. On another hand the ability to engage ideas intellectually, even while throwing up in your mouth a little. The phrase brings to mind having rather than being ones emotions.
Are people more racist now than they were 20 years ago?
govols comments on Sep 5, 2020:
Short answer? I am.
Riddle time! You walk in a room and on the bed there are 2 dogs, 4 cats, 1 giraffe, 5 cows and a ...
govols comments on Sep 3, 2020:
It's impossible to know from the data provided.
Riddle time! You walk in a room and on the bed there are 2 dogs, 4 cats, 1 giraffe, 5 cows and a ...
govols comments on Sep 3, 2020:
So the chair is on the bed. None of the animals are on the floor. As far as we know only the bed and your feet are on the floor. We have no information on the construction of the bed.
It's still a poor choice it seems.
govols comments on Sep 3, 2020:
Yes, the party system is a big problem, as was warned against from the very start. In fact, our constitution has a clause against States forming confederations as a way of preventing "sectionalism;" parties were a work around to avoid all of the efforts against faction.
So I saw this somewhere. I wonder if it reflects reality?
govols comments on Sep 2, 2020:
I keep trying in real life to remind people being bitchy that above is what some of us are experiencing. "All tis shit going on" is really mind-fucking a bunch of people, and we who are out in the world are not sharing that experience at all. Some of our neighbors are terrified, isolated, and in need of support whether you can muster empathy or not.
The other one.
govols comments on Sep 2, 2020:
Okay, that's just weird.
Time's up.
govols comments on Sep 2, 2020:
I have no confidence that justice exists, much less that it's delivered by the US Dept of Just more of the same old shit....
So, what do you think about this story?
govols comments on Sep 2, 2020:
I think we might be moving again toward a model of free-association, one that includes the liberty to decline association on whatever grounds or none at all.
I saw this labelled as "This is what the face of a serial killer looks like.
govols comments on Sep 2, 2020:
You'd almost have to practice the rhythm method to pull that off.
More Asian Giant 'murder hornets' found in Washington state [foxnews.com]
govols comments on Sep 1, 2020:
https://images.app.goo.gl/n2NDKusvGzn2a9Go9
I saw this somewhere. Is it accurate or not?
govols comments on Sep 1, 2020:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antifaschistische_Aktion Funny that fascism was sort of a reaction to international socialism (neo-liberal collectivist capitalism?), and "antifa" was really something of a re-framing of communism as a "reactionary" revolutionary movement. The 20th century was really schizophrenic.
What's going on in Tennessee?
govols comments on Sep 1, 2020:
Well, from what I've seen, everybody else better pay attention because the program was in part based on federal covid relief assistance to the States. TN parents apparently went batshit and punted it back to the Dept. of Ed. If it's only here in TN that the story broke open, well, 49 other States are at risk, too.
Do you judge others by their appearance, especially their genetically inherited appearance like the ...
govols comments on Aug 27, 2020:
Yes. Yes, I have an initial impression that begins to form on sight. Yes, in part that impression is based on inherited physical characteristics. In part it includes dress and manner of expression, and especially changes in expression in the very earliest beginnings of interaction. Dress, accent, vocabulary, attitude...in the very early stages of a developing relationship my impression grows and a level of liking emerges. Or doesn't. But yes, impression begins on sight, and is in part based on basic physical qualities.
Apologies if this is a dumb/obvious question, but here goes.
govols comments on Aug 26, 2020:
Well, the simplest way would be a mail carrier dumping every ballot collected from homes with yard signs expressing support for candidates the postal worker opposes.
Is this first degree murder? [foxnews.com]
govols comments on Aug 26, 2020:
First impression is self-defense.
Is there any truth in Qanon or the "deep state"?
govols comments on Aug 26, 2020:
I haven't followed Q, nor much of what's been published by followers, but it's been clear to me for decades that something like a hive-mind exists within the various ruling and culturally influential institutions. The "deep state" is as real as social status, old boy networks, terror cells, etc.
Do Criminals Deserve To Be Castrated? CriminalJustice HumanRights [youtube.com]
govols comments on Aug 25, 2020:
To some extent, the traits we currently value or discourage are ALL the ones we relied on to adapt to ever changing environments.
What's going on?! Is this real? 😲😲😲
govols comments on Aug 24, 2020:
When I search "New York Bread Lines," I see many articles using this photo, most of which refer to NY restaurant workers. There seems to be a story there, but I'm not diving in...
I'm not a gamer, but, Call of Duty is dropping a bomb? [youtube.com]
govols comments on Aug 20, 2020:
More succinctly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4WCypqYB4A&t=17s
What would you think of a Christian who followed only the pure words of Jesus as presented in the ...
govols comments on Aug 20, 2020:
This is sort of crazy... I replied in another thread the following: Okay, about the notion of Christian philosophy...I've actually been thinking a lot about that very thing lately. What I've been pondering is whether, if one took fully from all nearly contemporaneous sources, and recreated a "historical" account of Jesus' deeds, compiled all of his reportedly original teachings, could it all be systematized into a philosophical presentation of the nature of the human condition as within a cultural framework. It isn't a project I've really seen attempted. The thread: https://idw.community/group/culturewar/discussion/117178/can-morality-be-objective-i-put-philosophy-in-the-same-category-of-intellectual-pursuits-as-soci?cid=1190077
With apologies in advance... 😂😂😎
govols comments on Aug 18, 2020:
Is Beth the new Karen?
Trump lives rent-free in the Dems' heads.
govols comments on Aug 18, 2020:
Okay, can we really bitch about 2020 when it's provided so much "leisure" time to so many?
I am attempting to read through the Bible.
govols comments on Aug 17, 2020:
One chapter at a time, about three years three months.
When I think that way, yeah, it's kinda scary...
govols comments on Aug 17, 2020:
Over the years I've been faith filled, doubt filled, rage filled, agnostic, over it, fascinated by it, appalled by it...but never for a moment in my life have I held so shallow an idea about God as those expressed by that lot of atheists with whom Hitchens shared his bubble.
Where are you on this Map?
govols comments on Aug 17, 2020:
Don't recognize the landscape.
Hit ’em where it hurts – how economic threats are a potent tool for changing people's minds ...
govols comments on Aug 17, 2020:
I love the politics of blackmail and bribery.
Universal inborn racism?
govols comments on Aug 15, 2020:
The ideas involved are both deep and ancient, and shallow and "modern." The deep and ancient seem to me to be also the more subtle and comprehensive. The ancients had a totally different world than we do, but understood cause and effect, and by the 500-400s BC were looking for causes more worldly than "The gods did it." I'm trying to get through Plato's Republic and through it follow the search by Socrates for the meaning of Justice. In it, he and his friends are building a mental model of a society that would by it very form result in a people constructed by intent to be at least absent of injustice. It's a screwed up society by our conceptions, but it pretends toward much of what the progressive project is attempting today. Of the shallow and "modern" ideas that're rejected by ancient assumption, two big ones are "blank slate" and "noble savage." Like, they formulate a fiction that divides people into iron, bronze, silver or gold souls, each with different potentialities. Iron souls are never going to make great leaders. The potential of gold souls is wasted when allowed or forced to slave away at the tasks more suited to an iron or bronze soul. The prevent the injustice of poor leadership of the city as a whole, those unfit to lead are fed a fiction to make them proud of the contributions that they can and do make. Also, and just as, or more importantly, it becomes critical to watch the children of each generation for indications of mis-born souls--souls born to stations to which they poorly suited. They actually design for identifying malicious or magnanimous mutants within the various classes and provide for upward and downward mobility. We're not blank slates; we must be trained to the benefit of the social good, but only toward maximizing each member of society given the nature to which each is individually vested. Individual natural ability rather than lineage. The iron or bronze soul can't be transformed by education and social alchemy into a golden soul with the natural nobility that could be developed into a leader with a great concern for justice. They had the good sense to understand that we ARE constructed by society, AND we also have individual natures, AND we have universal desires and needs, AND that in a just society there must be limits upon some while others must be elevated. They also understood some degree of complexity was required, and provided for the fact that a functional society had to have traders, had to have merchants, craftsmen, artist, farmers, teachers, soldiers, leaders... It needed institutions designed to identify the potential of individuals and to instill into the citizenry a certain pride of place stemming from a real institutional effort to elevate each to his fullest possible station. To bring this ...
I just found out I'm the new host of this group.
govols comments on Aug 14, 2020:
You kinda got screwed, dude.
About sums it up.
govols comments on Aug 14, 2020:
Still, a silver lining, we've totally nailed down procrastination. Not only did I get to file taxes three months late, I managed to delay an ISO audit for a few months also.
Do you use a face mask and if yes why
govols comments on Aug 14, 2020:
Rarely and grudgingly, because sometimes I'm asked to.
Why the hell do they even mention this any more?
govols comments on Aug 14, 2020:
If one refers to the original text of the constitution, art.1, section 8 refers to congressional power to establish uniform rule of naturalization. Article 2, section 1 refers to natural born. If the rule established by congress results in children born AS citizens due to the circumstances of their parentage and place of birth, the text itself implies "natural born citizen."
The Trump impeachment hearings were initiated based on a falsified Russia collusion theory.
govols comments on Aug 14, 2020:
Reminder: Trump wasn't impeached for the Russia bullshit, but for the Ukraine bullshit.
I'd like some feedback on a question I have.
govols comments on Aug 14, 2020:
I think the Democrats no longer care who the president is so long as he stays the hell out of the way. They think they've already won the culture war. All they need in a president is somebody who isn't wanting, willing, or able to "president." The rest is destiny.
Protesters in Minneapolis say they won't clear barricades around the George Floyd Memorial until the...
govols comments on Aug 14, 2020:
holding my tongue...
Do you guys think that more people have walked away from the left since Trump got into office and ...
govols comments on Aug 14, 2020:
Unless conservatives, or at least non-leftist liberals, get off their asses and start participating again in the "institutions," the left has already won. Probably not this election, but where it really counts. The Southern Baptist Convention recently inserted Critical Race Theory into its guidance on biblical interpretation. The 1619 version of "history" is being adapted into curricula by state and local boards of education. Conservative minded academics are largely abandoning the humanities departments of colleges and universities. Leaving the left isn't gonna cut it; the left must be driven from the institutions through which it's been marching for damned near a century. But that all conspiracy talk.....
Kamala Harris for President
govols comments on Aug 13, 2020:
For something very close to half of us (voting Americans), yep, it's worth it. The result of any US election rides on turnout. Time will tell who is motivated to show up.
Newly Created Social HORROR: "WOKE-FISHING" [youtube.com]
govols comments on Aug 13, 2020:
https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/889daa/what-is-wokefishing-dating
May not be the best comparison, but I think I get the point.
govols comments on Aug 13, 2020:
There's no way to untangle this one. Not just slavery, or colonization, none of this stuff is reparable. I can't put a finger on where exactly it all came together, but the colonial American Declaration of Independence serves as a place holder for a new world unlike any previous condition of humanity. Nobody asks Alexander's heirs to repent for the benefit his conquests granted them. The Persians didn't embody a stained humanity for Empire. Mongolia isn't held in contempt for the reign of terror committed by the Khans. The Caliphates aren't condemned for 400 years of expansion. The history of civilization is one of conquest and enslavement going back thousands of years, and the idea of restorative justice across generations was unheard of except among "barbarian" clans and tribes. I can't touch the moment the paradigm changed, but somewhere in the late-middle-ages elements of European philosophy and theology were developing a new standard by which its own condemnation would be argued. Somehow "The West" managed to envision a potentiality for civilization in and era that predated any possibility for that potential to be actualized. It's against that potentiality that every actual manifestation of "The West" since has come to be judged. And only "The West." From this perspective "history" seems to begin with the Crusades, remembered today as a Christian assault upon Islam rather than an ongoing culture war that extends back into prehistory. America was the first people to attempt to actualize that potential, but from within a framework of a prior age's historical reality. It was a first step from a flawed condition to a less-flawed one, but ever since, judgment is waged from a moral high ground that's built on the shoulders of the very societies presently under condemnation.
Hey, you guys.
govols comments on Aug 13, 2020:
Is the Culture War Room dead now that the new domain is up?
Hey, you guys.
govols comments on Aug 13, 2020:
How much of the voice audio for this will be coming from the clips that you're using v script? The preview looks really good.
Biden and Harris
govols comments on Aug 13, 2020:
Ooooh, BURN! Dang.....
Seems Legit
govols comments on Aug 11, 2020:
Given McCain and Biden, I don't see how anybody can seriously lay blame on their tokens.
I recently learned a little about Native American slave holders.
govols comments on Aug 11, 2020:
Histories are written to spin a perspective. History is studied to win some perspective. If history fits the view of the world that you project back upon it, you're doing it wrong.
Jeffrey Epstein hanged himself one year ago, setting off wave of conspiracy theories and celebrity ...
govols comments on Aug 10, 2020:
Epstein didn't kill himself.
Testing here.
govols comments on Aug 10, 2020:
Spread it far and wide. It'll do wonders for the Sunday drive.
US politics.
govols comments on Aug 10, 2020:
I'm watching that payroll tax deferment to make sure the company I work for doesn't implement it in any way that will leave the still owed tax unpayable among my coworkers. It isn't a waving of taxes, but a delay of the due date.
Are Democrats pondering civil war if Biden loses?
govols comments on Aug 10, 2020:
I don't know about Democrats, but the "left" is actively engaged. BLM is a political organization, antifa is a terrorist organization, and they work together to raise armies of protesters and then inflame them into rioters. Great fun......
I know I'm preaching to the choir but every day that goes by, the more liberals show themselves as ...
govols comments on Aug 10, 2020:
People aren't losing their minds, their minds are being broken on purpose. KH is a symptom. Every prosecutor in America is corrupt.
Video and summary: Propertarianism - Portrait of a Federal Infiltration Operation (heads up ...
govols comments on Aug 10, 2020:
I got a kick out of the whole thing. I would have eaten it whole in a bite back when I was a young libertarian. Having grown into my ignorance over the years, it was amusing to watch such hubris on display.
September 1st.
govols comments on Aug 10, 2020:
Thought you might be interested in this. I don't vouch for the site, but they're planning to unload whatever ammo they have this coming weekend.
An atomic bomb was dropped in Hiroshima on Aug.
govols comments on Aug 9, 2020:
Some things can't be undone. Knowledge makes weapons of most anything it masters.
September 1st.
govols comments on Aug 8, 2020:
There is a policy of 60 days before election. Just Dept avoids political indictments within 60 days I. , IIRC.
Personally, I know I miss my Local Pubs and Bars Terribly.
govols comments on Aug 8, 2020:
I no longer mock the phrase "community organising."
So ... what type of Mask Wearer are You?
govols comments on Aug 7, 2020:
A rare and reluctant one.
A man was found guilty of overusing commas.
govols comments on Aug 7, 2020:
Guilty
“We live in a world that has walls and those walls need to be guarded by men with guns.
govols comments on Aug 6, 2020:
That was a well put together post that I'll have come back to.
Karens for Trump
govols comments on Aug 6, 2020:
Gotta broaden the base.
What do you think of the non-aggression principle
govols comments on Aug 6, 2020:
I'm for it in principle; I've pondered whether, if rigorously and vigorously enforced, it might be adequate; I've come to consider it a pipe-dream.
A message to the swing states [youtube.com]
govols comments on Aug 5, 2020:
That doesn't look like an effective message. The idea of protests, riots, and looters as sustaining civilized human society against apocalyptic claims that science can ever in any way be made "settled?" That's a bullshit claim. If the science is settled, it isn't science but dogma. I think I'll vote against such a dogmatic takeover of the institutions of civilized human society.
Many Americans Are Convinced Crime Is Rising In The U.
govols comments on Aug 5, 2020:
Save me some time...does is mention the institutional media and its reporting decisions, or social media bubbles as the cause of us mis-comprehending reality?
So true! she always ask: “hunny, what are you thinking?
govols comments on Aug 5, 2020:
My wife almost never asks when I'm really not thinking, and usually say "Oh, Lord...what now?" when I really am.
WashTimes: MSNBC producer quits.
govols comments on Aug 5, 2020:
It's gotten to the point now that they're breaking people's minds on purpose. More and more we know that they know the system for information gathering and dissemination is totally geared toward the doing of power and politics.
1960s lunch counter or this message board?
govols comments on Aug 4, 2020:
So, you oppose protesting?
Will Biden Debate Trump?
govols comments on Aug 4, 2020:
I'm not convinced he'll be nominated.
How many trans people are out there who are now regretting that they had gone through irreversible ...
govols comments on Aug 4, 2020:
Okay, I'm going to raise my foot as far as I can and step right into the giant pile of shit that's smeared all over society right now. BIOLOGICAL SEX IS REAL, dammit. We MUST demand that the woke shut the fuck up wherever any such question is raised. We all knew, until about a minute ago, the humans come in two sexes, with only the rarest of exceptions. Now, that said, most cultures, until about 10 minutes ago (social scale, not individual scale) understood that the roles that men and women change and develop across time, culture, and social need. The only constant that has ever existed where differential social roles within a culture are REQUIRED is that women will be responsible for bearing the next generation, and men better fucking protect them AND THE CHILDREN during the process, right up until the children grow the fuck up and do it all over again. In current year, children don't have to play with dolls or hunt small game to practice how to rear children or provide for them. Boys can wear makeup and dresses, still grow up to father children or not, and the social fabric can remain perfectly functional even IF very different than the one we're used to. It's okay for boys to be sissies and girls to be toms. Society can deal with that. Society can NOT deal with the spread of non-reality into its efforts to deal with children attempting the ride into maturity in a totally incomprehensibly shifter set of social expectations. Conservatives need to grow the fuck up and have the conversation about the socio-cultural expectations put upon girls and boys, and liberals need to shut the fuck up about biological sex.

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