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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    We're not talking about him, because he did not behave like Gestapo. We're talking about the ones that do, like the piece of shit in the deli.
    Understood. It's just that we only ever talk about the ones that behave like the Gestapo. They're pieces of shit. Just trying to remind people of the ones that don't behave like the Gestapo, because they're not, and also exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    We're not talking about him, because he did not behave like Gestapo. We're talking about the ones that do, like the piece of shit in the deli.
    We know that. We all have friends that are cops that are not like that. We're not worried about them. We're worried about the bad ones, and what we will have to do about them when SHTF, and if the good ones will help us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    We know that. We all have friends that are cops that are not like that. We're not worried about them. We're worried about the bad ones, and what we will have to do about them when SHTF, and if the good ones will help us.
    Fair enough. Seems that most people here don't live in urban areas though, and therefore end up only seeing the worst of what is happening in certain cities. I just thought it might be ever so slightly useful to point out that even in the biggest urban "hotspot" of the socialist paradise of Canadia, good ones still exist, and are doing their part to help out to the best of their abilities. That's all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Rowe View Post
    Nowhere has this been more starkly evident than federal civil service. The veterans who continued to serve as civilians have had an entirely different approach to this year than the career civilians. They go into work even without permission. They comply with masks as minimally as possible, and usually so little they are in violation. The career civilians telework almost exclusively. They wear masks religiously, and every flat surface in the cubicles is plastered with info and mandates and "reminders." The logistics bays and smoke decks? Not so much.
    Having spent a big chunk of my career in the aerospace and defense industry, I can attest to this mindset. Although I've been retired for 4 years I noted the gulf between former veterans in gubmint civil service and those who simply took the test and got on the career ticket punch stepmill. The former were good folks to work with in getting some "product" out the door. The latter were tedious time servers who were more attuned to reading you the chapter and verse of the regs rather than seeing ANYTHING get accomplished. They were fully assimilated Borg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillon Spencer View Post
    Fair enough. Seems that most people here don't live in urban areas though, and therefore end up only seeing the worst of what is happening in certain cities. I just thought it might be ever so slightly useful to point out that even in the biggest urban "hotspot" of the socialist paradise of Canadia, good ones still exist, and are doing their part to help out to the best of their abilities. That's all.
    Maybe it's time for the good ones to start reining in the bad ones. We can't do it by ourselves, and it will be less bloody if the good ones stood up.

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    Turns out this Biden information has been around for about a month:

    【三个硬盘】 Sept.24th Lude's broadcast: 3 hard drives, provided 3 hard drives to the DOJ of America - YouTube

    A good look at the inner workings of the Chinese Communist Party from a former insider who was forced to flee:

    Exiled Chinese Billionaire's Accusations of China (w/ Guo Wengui & Kyle Bass) | RV Classics - YouTube


    And vote fraud caught on tape in Maryland. I would be surprised if it is ever investigated or prosecuted:
    Streamable Video

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark E. Hurling View Post
    Having spent a big chunk of my career in the aerospace and defense industry, I can attest to this mindset. Although I've been retired for 4 years I noted the gulf between former veterans in gubmint civil service and those who simply took the test and got on the career ticket punch stepmill. The former were good folks to work with in getting some "product" out the door. The latter were tedious time servers who were more attuned to reading you the chapter and verse of the regs rather than seeing ANYTHING get accomplished. They were fully assimilated Borg.
    I like the borg analogy, we have the same kind in England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yngvi View Post
    Turns out this Biden information has been around for about a month:
    This just out:

    Chanel Rion Confirms — Hunter Biden EXPLICIT SEXUAL photos with underage girl… His 14 year-old niece… – CITIZEN FREE PRESS

    It will be interesting to see if anybody in the MSM cracks under the weight of shame, if they still possess any.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfsully View Post
    This year's flu season is likely, I think, to be less severe than even last year's. First, many of the people vulnerable to severe flu have already succumbed to covid. Second, the measures put in place to slow the spread of covid will also slow the spread of flu. Even among the mask-avoidant, most people are having much less close contact with strangers than usual. And practices like wiping down common surfaces, grocery checkout areas and so forth, are way up.

    We may see more flu tests done this year. Because of covid anxiety, people with respiratory illness are perhaps more likely to seek medical attention, and they will be tested for both covid and flu. So flu testing will probably be done more often this season.
    The quote I posted was for the 2019-2020 flu season, which ended approximately in April. It was of extreme interest to me that COVID emerged and suddenly the flu stopped
    killing people and infecting people. COVID did all the killing, allegedly. Was there even a single flu patient in the “overrun” NYC hospitals?

    Also, if the people who were going to succumb to the flu died of COVID, and we don’t make a big deal out of the flu each year, then why is the world going absolutely fucking nuts?

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    Nice 👏👏👏 two weeks of flatten the curve is now electronic devices placed on you. How’s that Victoria? Is this what you signed on for?


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