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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    The reason the healthy 31-year-old vivacious and active woman died is because she failed to see her cardiologist. And her genes.
    Don't forget, bad sleep, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    People aged under 40 are being urged to have their hearts checked because they may potentially be at risk of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome.
    It's been theorized that SIDS was just a cover for the expected fatalities from the ever-expanding infant vaccination schedule. Now I'm convinced.

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    And again, when you've lost Naomi Wolf...

    Rethinking the Second Amendment

    I am also re-examining my reflexes about the Second Amendment because I believe that we are at a moment that our Founders, in their nearly-Prophetic wisdom, knew might come to pass. We are at the kind of moment for which the Second Amendment may have been written in just the clear, unequivocal way that it was.

    You know that I see tyranny descending all around the formerly free nations of the world. I say these days that the coup in America has already taken place — a stealthy, sneaky coup, mounted without a shot being fired.
    You can hate guns. I have hated guns most of my life. I hate violence. I hate gun violence. I hate the slaughter of innocents. I am a peaceful person.

    But it is becoming obvious even to us pacifists, vegans, and tree huggers, that formerly free people who are unarmed are defenseless against the criminal tyrannies exerting massive violence and control upon them.

    And it is becoming obvious that similar tyrannical moves against the people of the United States have been thwarted in advance or deterred - and only state by state — pretty much only because the people of the United States have the right to own and carry weapons, and because many do so.
    Bill Gates is still trying to have his fetish-y, psychotic adolescent fantasies come true, worldwide; but this time not at a TED conference in make-believe Ebola camps, but for real, with real quarantine camps and with his own private One Health army. He won’t give up, nor will the WEF and the WHO. We don’t know who the unnamed, dark-clad — police? Mercenaries? — were, who violently beat the Canadian truckers, and we don’t know who the unnamed dark-clad — police? Mercenaries? — were, who violently beat the protesters against ‘lockdowns’ in France. There are mercenary armies available to private individuals or nonprofit entities around the world, with a phone call. The Second Amendment, along with our sovereignty, alone protects us from them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Rowe View Post
    Okay, some follow up questions if I may: Setting aside no-knock warrants (for now... I will give my opinion later), what do you define as tactical gear? Is your issue with the surplus military vehicles just the "optics"of the situation? Are there specific situations you have in mind, or do you mean they shouldn't be employed at all?
    Cops should have a uniform and carry what they need on their belt only. Radio on the chest is okay, of course. Body armor should always be under clothing, and they should look like they are wearing a plain button up shirt. Cops should not be allowed to look like they are dressing for a military operation because it makes them feel safer. If they are that concerned with their personal safety, they should find another job.

    Like I said, this isn't what truly makes a police force militarized, but it's probably a good indicator. It's obnoxious behavior that distorts the public perception of police and dramatically increases the "otherness" of law enforcement. Whenever I see a tacti-cool cop, my instinct is to stay the fuck away and hope I don't get the guy's attention.

    Although definitely not the most aggressive getup I've ever seen, let's look at Daniel Shaver's murderer:

    shaver cop.jpg

    It's like porn. You know it when you see it, and I see an asshole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    It's been theorized that SIDS was just a cover for the expected fatalities from the ever-expanding infant vaccination schedule. Now I'm convinced.
    I was thinking the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Rowe View Post
    When I heard about the SADS thing from my wife... I thought she was quoting a Babylon Bee article. Whelp.
    I would like to hear the opinion of the board's resident virologists and nurses on SADS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovan Dragisic View Post
    As I said, we are hogs now. The battery cage stage is probably planned for 2050 or 2100.
    2030; It's why they are pushing so hard for "green energy," followed up with Soylent Green, probably.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anticausal View Post
    Cops should have a uniform and carry what they need on their belt only. Radio on the chest is okay, of course. Body armor should always be under clothing, and they should look like they are wearing a plain button up shirt. Cops should not be allowed to look like they are dressing for a military operation because it makes them feel safer. If they are that concerned with their personal safety, they should find another job.

    Like I said, this isn't what truly makes a police force militarized, but it's probably a good indicator. It's obnoxious behavior that distorts the public perception of police and dramatically increases the "otherness" of law enforcement. Whenever I see a tacti-cool cop, my instinct is to stay the fuck away and hope I don't get the guy's attention.

    Although definitely not the most aggressive getup I've ever seen, let's look at Daniel Shaver's murderer:

    shaver cop.jpg

    It's like porn. You know it when you see it, and I see an asshole.
    Last time I got a ticket for speeding around 15 years ago, I was driving home from my daughter's summer camp at around 11pm. Out in the middle of freaking nowhere I find myself completely blinded by flashing lights and spotlights. I pulled over. The police response was unreal. Tactical gear for a traffic stop in a speed trap? Three police cars?

    I quickly noticed they were pissed off because I hadn't been drinking, which they accused me of repeatedly.

    I was driving a prototype engineering vehicle with lots of instrumentation and on board computers. They kept questioning me about the computers and I just said, it's part of data collection for research and development.

    I should have pulled into the well-lit gas station nearby rather than pulling over on the side of the road, but the lights had me blinded.

    At the time, I was thinking if I even flinched these thugs would have taken me out.

    Oh yeah, the citation? 65 in a 55mph zone on a divided rural highway.

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