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    The US Politics |OT|

    in Politics Discussion 5 days ago

    EricHiggin said: sundin13 said: You: *Compares voting to buying a product* Me: Your analogy of "buying" a product doesn't work for voting because you end up having to purchase a product even if you don't vote (ie, a President gets elected). You: Yeah, but what if we compare voting....to buying a product Dude... Its time to stop. If nobody votes, what happens? Have...

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    in Politics Discussion 5 days ago

    EricHiggin said: sundin13 said: Dude, you need to stop with these analogies. They are painfully bad. Again, you do not have a third option of simply not having a President. That isn't how voting works. Why do you continue to imply that, if you don't like the two options, not voting will produce a superior outcome to voting for the lesser of two evils? It won't. You are going to...

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    in Politics Discussion 6 days ago

    EricHiggin said: sundin13 said: Not the best metaphor (as per usual). Most American's don't have the option of "quitting" the country. You are going to live in it one way or the other. Same with "buying". If you don't choose the lesser of two evil's your "money" is still going to the person who wins. If you want to use that metaphor, it would me more like, if there are two things...

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    in Politics Discussion 6 days ago

    EricHiggin said: Ka-pi96 said: That's what I was asking you... Yes. If your boss gave you an illegitimate ultimatum of getting fired or getting kicked in the nuts, either or, you don't pick one. You quit. Picking one just makes the situation worse for you and everyone else. If the candidates all suck, then don't vote, and force the parties to put forward worthy people....

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    Record Temperatures

    in Politics Discussion on 17 February 2020

    numberwang said: That objective led a fieldwork team to the Maldives, and resulted in a conclusion that sea level in the islands fell by approximately 30 cm during the past few decades. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921818105000780 You need to start reading your sources, friendo: "That objective led a fieldwork team to the Maldives, and resulted in a...

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    in Politics Discussion on 16 February 2020

    numberwang said: Stockholm water levels for the last 130 years. Home of angry G. Does not look like they are drowning... Lets talk about this for a moment: Why is the sea level decreasing in Sweden? As you seem to be implying, if sea ice was truly melting, we should be seeing an increase in sea levels, not a decrease. As such, it could be assumed that this information would...

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    Is the word normie an insult

    in General Discussion on 15 February 2020

    I feel like it is something I rarely see used seriously as an insult. It is usually handled as a joke when someone ironically wants to defend liking something weird, or jokingly wants to criticize something they find blase. That said, it certainly can be used as an insult, generally along the same lines as "basic", saying that someone is uninteresting and part of the flock. Also, I have...

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    Record Temperatures

    in Politics Discussion on 15 February 2020

    numberwang said: The main problem with the "adjustments" is that it creates a hockey stick temp graph based solely on adjustments, not data. For some reason all temp adjustments are a one way ticket, always cooling the past to increase the "rising trend". What about the opposite, the urban heat effect? Many historic temp stations in urban areas will have an artificial increase by...

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    Record Temperatures

    in Politics Discussion on 15 February 2020

    numberwang said: sundin13 said: It is called "Global Warming" for a reason, and that reason is that different areas may experience temperature change differently, so you need to take Global temperatures into account, and not just temperatures of one area, such as the USA. If you want to only look at data from 1999 and ignore all the improvements that have been made in our...

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    in Politics Discussion on 14 February 2020

    numberwang said: NASA 1999 vs 2019. Cooling past temperatures (in particular the 1930s) to create a "warming trend" It is called "Global Warming" for a reason, and that reason is that different areas may experience temperature change differently, so you need to take Global temperatures into account, and not just temperatures of one area, such as the USA. If you want to...

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    in Politics Discussion on 31 January 2020

    EricHiggin said: sundin13 said: First of all, press shouldn't be a prime concern. I was listening to some tapes from the Nixon impeachment where Republicans (his own party) were speaking about how they would follow every lead, no matter where it led them or how politically damaging it was. That was because justice and county stood ahead of party. This lack of sorted priorities is...

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    in Politics Discussion on 31 January 2020

    EricHiggin said: sundin13 said: Your analogy is lost on me. That said, I have to add, if the Republicans actually cared to hear from Hunter Biden, they didn't need any Democratic support. The fact that he was not called showed that he never truly mattered, or at least that the Republicans didn't care about justice or the process, they just wanted to put a lid on it. Their primary...

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    in Politics Discussion on 31 January 2020

    EricHiggin said: sundin13 said: The sad part is, you pretty much nailed it but don't seem to realize that... No matter how you cut it, the verdict has been tainted. The fix is in. I dunno, it all seems pretty broke to me. The Reps swords may be dulled, but the Dems are now down to throwing sticks and stones, when they really need cannons. Your analogy is lost...

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    in Politics Discussion on 31 January 2020

    EricHiggin said: CaptainExplosion said: Have they been able to get any witnesses yet for Trump's impeachment trial? Or did the Republican slime balls weasel their way out of it as expected? CaptainExplosion said: Fuck you, America, fuck you. -_- Dems - We want to hear from Bolton because that will certainly be enough proof to prove our case. Reps - We...

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    in Politics Discussion on 19 January 2020

    LurkerJ said: Post removed due to length. See above. 1) Vietnam: Vietnam has benefited, however this has been on a fairly small scale. We haven't really seen much of an increase in manufacturing in Vietnam over the last few years, although like you said, we may not truly see the full effect for several years. As of now, however, it doesn't seem like Vietnam is poised to take...

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    in Politics Discussion on 18 January 2020

    LurkerJ said: I have to point out that this "debacle" has been largely positive as it allowed American companies to diversify their supply chains out of China. These tariffs are the reason countries like India are stepping up their manufacturing game, allowing China to monopolize industrial production has been terrible for all countries, not just the USA.  Why would you want to...

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    in Politics Discussion on 17 January 2020

    EricHiggin said: You also initially said you have a hard time seeing this as a win for Trump, yet you just said it was a win for Trump. So is it a win or not? I am not saying that it was a win in reality, I am saying that Trump is going to sell it as if it were one. Same as many of his "win"s. He creates a problem, solves that problem (or makes it worse), and sells it to his...

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    in Politics Discussion on 17 January 2020

    EricHiggin said: sundin13 said: Overall, my take on the recent trade deal announcements (China deal and new NAFTA) is that both of them are positive steps, but they fall miles short of the radical re-imagining of economic systems, or the economic relationship between countries that Trump seemed to be aiming for. There will likely be small scale positive effects in specific areas of...

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    in Politics Discussion on 17 January 2020

    Overall, my take on the recent trade deal announcements (China deal and new NAFTA) is that both of them are positive steps, but they fall miles short of the radical re-imagining of economic systems, or the economic relationship between countries that Trump seemed to be aiming for. There will likely be small scale positive effects in specific areas of the US economy, but it is unlikely to...

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    Did Breath of the Wild live up to the hype for you?

    in Nintendo Discussion on 07 January 2020

    There were several things that I would like to see improved (Dungeons and a more present story), however, the Open World aspects were probably the best I've ever seen. ...

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