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TopicThis Klobuchar quote is a mess
Antifar
01/20/20 3:14:59 PM
#12
The Trent posted...
like in the first tweet why is it meg kinnnard replying to @megkinnardAP

The way you create a thread is by replying to yourself
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TopicThis Klobuchar quote is a mess
Antifar
01/20/20 3:11:29 PM
#8
The Trent posted...


like, is klobuchar's "mr president" a response to tulsi gabbard or is she talking to trump? is there no sequence to the two tweets and they're totally separate? or does the second one build off of the first tweet?

Presumably when she says "Mr. President" she is referring to the one of those two who is a Mr. and the president.

From the photos, it seems like the two are speaking at the same event; the reporter is compiling quotes from the event into the same Twitter thread.

Embedding is weird because it only includes the tweet I linked to and the one immediately preceding it, but here is the first tweet of the thread, which makes that clear.

https://twitter.com/MegKinnardAP/status/1219227786545704962
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TopicThis Klobuchar quote is a mess
Antifar
01/20/20 3:08:11 PM
#5
The Trent posted...
these are the kinds of twitters that confuse the shit out of me

What's confusing here?
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TopicThis Klobuchar quote is a mess
Antifar
01/20/20 3:05:28 PM
#1
https://twitter.com/MegKinnardAP/status/1219313127986286593

It's easy to get what she's trying to say, but those words in that order do not do it.
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TopicWhy do you think the world is such an unhappy place in 2020?
Antifar
01/20/20 2:51:03 PM
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Pepys Monster posted...
In the 1950s, everybody was happy.

It is MLK Day, dude.
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TopicGhent, Belgium got rid of cars in its city center. Here's how residents respond
Antifar
01/20/20 11:38:40 AM
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https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/jan/20/the-streets-are-more-alive-ghent-readers-on-a-car-free-city-centre?CMP=twt_a-environment_b-gdneco
The city has become a pedestrians and cyclists joy, especially for people like me who live in the city centre and have no car. As I type, they are busy turning our street into a low-traffic, communal woonerf or living street. It has become easier and safer to navigate the town on foot or by bike. Having recently returned from the Middle East the changes are even more striking, especially when it comes to my son. We were uncomfortable for him to cycle on the roads there but the ones here have been a fun and relatively stress-free experience. The changes have made an enormous difference to peoples quality of life.
Khaled Diab, journalist and writer

I sold my car and switched to electric car sharing
Yes it was drastic, but I believe there is no other way if we want liveable cities. Banning cars isnt the end of the world. I sold mine and switched to electric car sharing. I worried about it but didnt use it as much as I thought. In town I use the bicycle and it makes me happy. There are some negatives though. Public transport could be better at times and the city was cursed with negative communication: everyone thought the plan would be hell. So at the start people stayed away from the city, but things have now balanced out.
Ine

People walking and talking mixed with the quiet zoom of bikes is a vast improvement
A city where you can hear people walking and talking mixed with the quiet zoom of bikes is such a vast improvement over the incessant noise of cars. One really has to drive along the Coupure at rush hour to appreciate it in full. Thousands of people on their bikes on the busiest road and yet there is a certain calm to it. Businesses are flourishing and the city didnt die like many naysayers predicted. The whole thing is awesome. If your city is planning to do the same my only advice is: dont listen to the haters.
Manu Joye, 41, IT manager

It has transformed the grey (but even then exciting town) where I came to study 38 years ago into the lively and diverse city it is now. Living just out of the centre and in the area where cars are still allowed there are positive consequences. As the plan contains a reduction of gates you have to use to get to the parking spaces (many of which are in the centre as they were built before the plan was conceived) the through traffic is managed better.
Koen De Maeseneir, 56, manager of the federation of community health centres in the city

Cyclists and pedestrians are king
I have a safer feeling as a cyclist compared to the time before the circulatieplan. The border of each area is now demarcated by knips. At these points cyclists and pedestrians are king. Its a big misunderstanding that the city is not accessible anymore we only got rid of traffic that doesnt need to be there. If you want to go from point A to B by car, you use the ring [road] and dont go through the medieval city centre. Thats logical, isnt it? If youre thinking of doing the same, dont be afraid of change.
Stijn

Its funny to hear people say how it was impossible to get around Ghent and that they couldnt use their car. For me, living in Leuven, a town with a similar circulation plan, it sounded like people were talking about visiting a war zone. My brother and his family live in Ghent and they got rid of their car because it became obsolete. What stands out most is the silence. Gone was the typical noise of cars. The air also tastes better than in the small towns where traffic is denser than in the city. And then you have the wonderful experiments of living streets, where people turn their streets into sitting rooms and extra gardens. Without cars there is so much more space in a city.
Tine Hens, journalist, Leuven

Before the plan, big parts of the city used to be gridlocked for several hours each day. Although there was already an extensive pedestrian area, many lovely streets were spoiled by queueing cars. Now the city centre is fun to hang around in all day through. The number of cyclists is increasing impressively. Pedestrians are having a good time and most shopkeepers are doing great business. Most people are taking the change for the better for granted already.
Lieven Van de Woestyne, 54, teacher

Im pro circulatieplan and really glad the city introduced it. The city is much more enjoyable than before. Some busy streets were just used as a passing-through by cars, by people who dont live in the city and who dont really need to be there. This caused a lot of unnecessary traffic. The city is still perfectly reachable for cars. There was so much negative publicity before its introduction that visitors now think they cannot visit Ghent by car anymore, which is not true. In fact, the car-free zones are just a very small part of the city. My only hope is that they continue to expand it to smaller districts outside the city centre of Ghent (eg Muide, Brugse Poort, Bloemekenswijk). If youre thinking about doing the same, just go for it!
Jolien

The inner city is a dream to walk and cycle in since there are barely any cars except for some taxis. Most of the cars that do drive in the inner city also drive a lot slower than they used to. Personally I feel like the streets are more alive as they arent just for cars anymore. More people put their chairs out in the summer to sit on the pavement and talk, and some streets become living streets where the kids can play outside, skate, and adults hold barbecues.
Eline

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TopicI know what the problem. It's billionaires!!!
Antifar
01/20/20 11:28:47 AM
#80
Squall28 posted...
Internet, cars, phones, next day shipping, food options, entertainment options, and much more

Meanwhile the cost of rent, healthcare, and education keeps ballooning and job stability has gone down.
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TopicI know what the problem. It's billionaires!!!
Antifar
01/20/20 10:34:58 AM
#64
SocksForWok999 posted...
Healthcare costs aside, no.

Lack of self control and maturity is whats causing you to be poor

https://twitter.com/TheEconomist/status/1218945579352498178?s=19
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TopicLmao the NYT editorial board is doing its version of LeBron's decision
Antifar
01/20/20 7:58:03 AM
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Boy that, hmm
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TopicLmao the NYT editorial board is doing its version of LeBron's decision
Antifar
01/19/20 11:39:33 PM
#9
Unsugarized_Foo posted...
Who and what

The New York Times editorial board announced its endorsement for president in a show on FX tonight. It went on for an hour and they endorsed two people for a race in which there can be only one winner.
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TopicLmao the NYT editorial board is doing its version of LeBron's decision
Antifar
01/19/20 11:23:10 PM
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It should also be noted that Cory Booker, who has dropped out in the time since this show was filmed, made their top 4.
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TopicI drank 6 cokes today, CE....
Antifar
01/19/20 11:17:44 PM
#8
I used to drink two cans a day; I've cut down to a bottle a week or so
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TopicLmao the NYT editorial board is doing its version of LeBron's decision
Antifar
01/19/20 11:13:29 PM
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TopicLmao the NYT editorial board is doing its version of LeBron's decision
Antifar
01/19/20 11:03:40 PM
#2
https://twitter.com/sahilkapur/status/1219107776947019776

ahaha come the fuck on

They made people wait an hour for that shit
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TopicLmao the NYT editorial board is doing its version of LeBron's decision
Antifar
01/19/20 9:43:36 PM
#1
Having a TV special to announce its endorsement for the primary.
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TopicAre you pleased with the direction gaming has spiraled into?
Antifar
01/19/20 8:19:30 PM
#17
I'm enjoying games now as much as ever
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Topicwhat's the difference between beers?
Antifar
01/19/20 7:18:19 PM
#5
It's a difference in ingredients and the brewing process. Traditional beer has four main ingredients: hops, malt, yeast and water. Stouts are dark beers, and get most of their flavor from the malts. IPAs go heavy on the hops.
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Topic16 years ago today
Antifar
01/19/20 6:35:04 PM
#7
boxington posted...
idk if he would have been a decent president, or not, but it's crazy how much backlash, and a loss of support, he received just because of an enthusiastic scream

It feels quaint.
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Topic16 years ago today
Antifar
01/19/20 6:17:17 PM
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TopicTrump at Lev Parnas kid's birthday party
Antifar
01/19/20 6:08:49 PM
#18
GoodOlJr posted...


Yeah yeah w.e

As long as you call out bill clinton and pedostas for the same shit

Okay
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TopicTrump at Lev Parnas kid's birthday party
Antifar
01/19/20 5:31:37 PM
#14
What is a Lev Parnas?
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TopicJoe Biden hates video games
Antifar
01/19/20 5:29:46 PM
#26
Wild how far you can get while antagonizing voters under 35 at every turn
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TopicWould you rather have robot cops instead of human cops??
Antifar
01/19/20 3:43:35 PM
#3
Who programs them?
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TopicTrump picked his defense team based on how well they'd perform on TV
Antifar
01/19/20 3:23:22 PM
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Jiek_Fafn posted...
He's essentially starting his campaign with a massive PR blitz with this trial. It's a rare occasion where Trump actually knows what he's doing.

I'm not sure leading your PR blitz with Alan Dershowitz is going to be an effective strategy.
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TopicCollege Republicans are at war with themselves
Antifar
01/19/20 3:17:47 PM
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Oliver Krvaric, president of the San Diego State group, said a split exists between establishment Republicans and the next generation.

Krvaric, 21, a senior studying international security and conflict resolution, said he'd rather the group focus less on helping conservative students land political jobs, a traditional role for College Republican groups, and instead work to wage the "culture war." For instance, although he wouldn't say where he stood on issues such as same-sex marriage, he said generally men and women are better suited for different roles. Many group members oppose abortion rights and hold hard-line views on immigration.

Ronnau said he is unconcerned that the San Diego chapter's views could be seen as reflective of the federation as a whole.

We want to let clubs operate kind of more or less the way they see fit, Ronnau said. San Diego State is much farther to the right than other clubs in our state federation, but we all coexist together.

Ronnau doesnt expect a return to the era of Republicanism that would be familiar to the Mitt Romney- or John McCain-types. He said many young people support the president, and more young people will step up to push the right-wing populist agenda.

Kirk and his fellow Republicans used to be some of the most vocal conservative voices on college campuses. But some young Republicans view him as too moderate.

Jeremiah Childs, vice president for the College Republican group at the University of Maine, pushes an America first agenda that's unabashedly Trumpian in support of strict immigration policies. The group often posts criticism of Democratic presidential hopefuls and support for gun rights and the military.

He said groups such as Turning Point spend too much time talking about economic issues rather than cultural ones, such as the anti-abortion movement. Childs said he worries about the rise of concepts such as nontraditional gender roles and third-wave feminism.

In October, the group posted a message on Facebook in support of Columbus Day, describing some Native American tribes as corrupted by rampant ritual sacrifice and cannibalism. The post generated backlash. Childs said that the intent was not to rile and that he didn't think Native Americans in the area cared about the controversy over Columbus Day.

An indigenous student group protested the post, according to Inside Higher Education. A tribal ambassador of the Penobscot Nation told an NBC affiliate she was in favor of stripping Columbus' name from the holiday, calling him a "war criminal."

Childs said the outrage was the result of "left-wing activists."

The College Republicans at the University of Maine recently also came under fire for their plans to bring in Malkin. The hotel hosting the event pulled out, but the students found a new venue, Childs said.

The group's adviser resigned after the students invited Malkin. Dan Demeritt, spokesman for the University of Maine, said the club isn't official without one. Childs said they have candidates lined up.

Malkin supports Nicholas Fuentes, a far-right writer. Though he said he is not a white nationalist, he attended the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, a gathering of white nationalists. Counterprotester Heather Heyer was killed after James Alex Field drove a car into a crowd of anti-racist demonstrators.

Fuentes has joked the Holocaust didnt happen. His fans have coordinated attempts to heckle speakers from Turning Point USA and another conservative group, the Young America Foundation, according to the Daily Beast.

Childs said his group does not endorse Fuentes and is not associated with him.

The Maine group posted a poll featuring Kirk of Turning Point USA, whom Childs described as a Country Club Republican, and Fuentes.

The major question, the Maine students wrote, seems to be should the Republican Party move towards 'Nationalism/America First,' or towards 'Libertarianism' with a softer approach towards social issues and immigration? In the students poll, Fuentes represented the first option, Kirk the second. Eighty-two percent of the 5,200 who voted went with Fuentes, the rest for Kirk. (These types of internet polls can be easily gamed, especially by young digital natives.)

Childs said he doesnt think conservative critics understand the circumstances of poor and rural Americans. He said they probably come from prosperous backgrounds.

Childs' sentiment reiterates what many of these young conservatives say about each other: They just dont get it.

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TopicCollege Republicans are at war with themselves
Antifar
01/19/20 3:16:57 PM
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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/nationalist-antics-or-the-future-of-the-gop-college-republicans-are-at-war/ar-BBZ3nbJ?li=BBPgA5x
The College Republicans are worried partially about their Democratic peers on campus but also about other young people who call themselves Republican.

The more moderate among them say they fear far-right students' antics will corrupt the party. Their counterparts argue the party is too stodgy to capture the attention of undecided voters. In California and Washington, the groups fractured over who should lead them.

Underlying the college conservatives fears: that the Republican Party as a whole is in trouble.

For young Republicans, embracing a conservative identity while enrolled in college is a decision to be an outsider. Many of them say they feel ostracized on their campus for their beliefs, which fosters an us vs. them mentality.

That might partially explain why they host events such as affirmative action bake sales, in which they sell treats at different prices based on a persons race. These types of events are meant to rile college communities, and they often succeed. Students both broadcast their views against affirmative action and generate as much attention as they can.

At the University of Washington last May, a group calling itself College Republicans hosted such a bake sale. The campus conservatives found themselves the subject of national headlines, and the statewide organization of College Republicans denounced what the group did. The state organization instead recognized a different group the Husky College Republicans. The original group declined to speak to USA TODAY unless members were offered anonymity. Members said they feared for their safety.

Jack Pickett, the western vice chairman at the College Republican National Committee, was part of the College Republicans at the University of Washington and also led the statewide group. He was involved in the decision to start over.

The chapter, he said, crossed the line a couple of times, and the bake sale was the final straw. Pickett recalled he was not happy when leaders brought Milo Yiannopoulos, a far-right speaker, to campus in 2017. Outside that event, a man protesting was shot by someone who had come to see Yiannopoulos.

Pickett considers himself a conservative but said he didnt initially support Donald Trump's campaign for president. (He now does.) He threw his support behind businesswoman and politician Carly Fiorina in 2016.

His critics have seized upon what he described as a more traditional type of conservatism, calling him a Republican in Name Only. People have attacked him online for his weight and claim he doesnt deserve his position. The old group of college leaders he helped to oust still meets.

Battling over the identity of a college group is vexing, Pickett said. It distracts from a larger, perhaps more difficult goal: recruiting new conservatives.

It's very difficult to do that when you have a group who's misusing your name and working almost intentionally, it often seems, to drive people away with their antics," Pickett said. "That's not something that anyone, even right-leaning students, want to be a part of.
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The split between conservative policy wonks and energized activists is one that Amy Binder, a sociologist at the University of California-San Diego, and Jeffrey Kidder, a sociologist at Northern Illinois University, have studied for years. They're writing a book on student activism.

They found individual students straddle those lines. They join the traditional College Republican groups because of the political connections they can build, but they might also join a group such as Turning Point USA. Founded by Charlie Kirk in 2012, when he was 18, the conservative group is known for its attention-grabbing tactics at colleges. It started the Professor Watchlist, a project meant to track, expose and document college professors who discriminate against conservative students and advance leftist propaganda. It hosts summits often attended by major figures in the Trump administration, including the president, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and former Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Kidder said such groups probably do a better job of appealing to students interested in more than traditional, campaigning-style politics.

Conservative and liberal students tend to organize differently, Binder said. Students on the left may feel more comfortable within the university. Many have student affairs offices directed toward minority students, such as black or LBGTQ cultural centers. Conservative students may be drawn off campus to groups such as Turning Point, which have a lot of money and resources to help them organize.

Joaquin Romero, 21, a junior studying economics at the University of New Mexico, chairs the New Mexico Federation of College Republicans. He has long been involved in state and city politics. In New Mexico, the state with the largest percentage of Hispanics in the country, Democrats hold all seats in Congress, the governor's office and both the state House and Senate.

Romero said his goal is to shift the college Republican group away from the incendiary approach some have taken. In 2017, the UNM group invited Yiannopoulos to campus, and police intervened to break up protests. Romero said he understands some people appreciate watching things burn, but he sees those efforts as counterproductive.

"Things like the Milo event, where you have someone on stage that says inflammatory things that are in my opinion not even conservative," he said, "it not only drives people away, but it also ignites the wrong kind of people."

The goal, Romero said, should be to recruit people who want to carry on the "conservatism of (Ronald) Reagan." That lasts longer, he argued, than the furor generated over provocative speakers.

Infighting among conservative students in California prompted a majority of the state's college Republicans to start a new organization altogether. They split off from the California College Republicans about a year ago to create the California Federation of College Republicans. That groups chairman, Matt Ronnau, also heads the chapter at University of California-Berkeley.

Initially, Ronnau said, the divide among College Republicans was between those eager to embrace President Trump and those who wanted to embrace a more traditional model of conservatism. The split came down to differences in how to run the organization. The new group, the federation, has 30 chapters and is recognized by the Colleg
TopicMario 3D World vs. Mario Odyssey
Antifar
01/19/20 2:22:34 PM
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I didn't have a Wii U, so I can't judge this fairly. I really like Odyssey, but I think I'd like a more focused approach to platforming better. I've really enjoyed what I've played from 3D Land
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TopicPutin continues to lurk behind every corner
Antifar
01/19/20 2:19:05 PM
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TopicFuck that high road shit, whatever Democratic nominee needs to get dirty
Antifar
01/19/20 2:05:26 PM
#15
You can go high all you want, but Trump feeds off of people whose only response to bullying is to cry for the mods.
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TopicMore Neo-Nazis arresteed in Georgia
Antifar
01/19/20 2:02:55 PM
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spudger posted...


How does the alt right handle that ?

Heads must asplode xD

It is not hard at all for white nationalists to square the idea of being okay with white people doing things they don't want minorities to do.
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TopicMore Neo-Nazis arresteed in Georgia
Antifar
01/19/20 1:08:49 PM
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TopicFurure prisoners could serve 1,000 years in 8 hours
Antifar
01/19/20 11:02:48 AM
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Say what you will about our current justice system (it's not good!) but "make criminals insane and let them out the next day" doesn't seem like a good idea for fixing it.
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TopicLiberal college students at Bernie rally can't name one democrat accomplishment
Antifar
01/19/20 10:59:37 AM
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ChocoboMogALT posted...

What did Trump pass when the GOP controlled the House?

The Water Poisoning Act of 2017
The Billionaires Deserve a Second Yacht Act
The Crimes Are Good Act
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TopicLiberal college students at Bernie rally can't name one democrat accomplishment
Antifar
01/19/20 10:22:13 AM
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I can see exactly half the posts in this topic
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TopicLiberal college students at Bernie rally can't name one democrat accomplishment
Antifar
01/19/20 10:04:47 AM
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Hence, their support for a candidate whose whole message is that the Democratic Party needs to think and act bigger.
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TopicButtigieg supporters baffled by his lack of black support
Antifar
01/19/20 9:59:31 AM
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Intro2Logic posted...
This is tangential, but I didn't want to make a whole topic out of it

https://twitter.com/Ad_Inifinitum/status/1218613220094640135

I don't like this one bit
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TopicBiden claims, falsely, that Sanders campaigned doctored video against him
Antifar
01/19/20 9:39:23 AM
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TopicRumor has it Nintendo has a new 2D Metroid and Paper Mario planned for 2019
Antifar
01/18/20 11:09:27 PM
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Master_Bass posted...


I'd love to see a post Fusion game for once. It's been almost 20 years, and the story hasn't moved forward since Fusion. Fusion was my first Metroid game, so it has a special place in my heart too.

The rumor specifically says this game would be related to Fusion in some way
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TopicRumor has it Nintendo has a new 2D Metroid and Paper Mario planned for 2019
Antifar
01/18/20 11:08:51 PM
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nevershine posted...
I wouldnt care since that was like last year

Oh wow, I'm stuck in last year lol
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TopicRumor has it Nintendo has a new 2D Metroid and Paper Mario planned for 2019
Antifar
01/18/20 11:00:32 PM
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Duncanwii posted...
It depends. Is it a real Paper Mario? Or more sticker crap?

The phrasing is "a traditional Paper Mario"
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TopicRumor has it Nintendo has a new 2D Metroid and Paper Mario planned for 2019
Antifar
01/18/20 10:55:04 PM
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How would you react to this news being true?
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TopicIf this guy ate shit and died tomorrow, no one should cry
Antifar
01/18/20 10:00:15 PM
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Veggeta_MAX posted...
TC you know you gonna get modded right?

I thought it would have been quicker!
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TopicBiden claims, falsely, that Sanders campaigned doctored video against him
Antifar
01/18/20 8:48:56 PM
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https://www.politico.com/news/2020/01/18/joe-biden-falsely-attacks-bernie-sanders-100811
Joe Biden accused Bernie Sanders campaign Saturday of issuing a doctored video to attack him over Social Security, a false claim that ratcheted up the tension between the two campaigns in the run-up to the Iowa caucuses.

Lets get the record straight, Biden said at Simpson College here. Theres a little, doctored video going around ... saying I agreed with Paul Ryan, the former vice presidential candidate, about wanting to privatize Social Security.

But the video in question of Bidens 2018 remarks to the Brookings Institution think tank was not doctored by Sanders, whose campaign this month stepped up criticisms of Bidens record on Social Security.

Sanders campaign did say in a recent campaign email that Biden lauded Paul Ryan for proposing cuts to Social Security and Medicare which PolitiFact said Sanders campaign got wrong. But there is no evidence that the campaign doctored any video.

Biden, however, referenced the fact-checking website in making a muddled claim: PolitiFact looked at it and they doctored the photo, they doctored the piece and its acknowledged that its a fake.

Sanders campaign bristled at the criticism from Biden a serious charge that Democrats recently have begun to level at Republicans, including Donald Trump, for manipulating images and videos on social media. An aide said Sanders might address the criticism head on.

Joe Biden should be honest with voters and stop trying to doctor his own public record of consistently and repeatedly trying to cut Social Security, said Sanders Campaign Manager Faiz Shakir in a statement Saturday. The facts are very clear: Biden not only pushed to cut Social Security he is on tape proudly bragging about it on multiple occasions.

Bidens accusation came after a voter here asked about his record on Social Security Sanders and his campaign have been attacking the former vice presidents long-standing record of entertaining cuts to the program that are anathema to progressives and many mainstream Democrats.

The criticism on Social Security is a politically damaging attack in Iowa in the closing days of a campaign where Biden is counting on older voters. Until now, Bidens campaign has responded by pointing out his current plan calls for expanding Social Security.

But the fact that an Iowa voter asked Biden about the issue suggests that Sanders criticisms which are more extensive than the single video Biden referred to and involve multiple remarks by Biden over the years might have broken through more if Sanders had mentioned it at the Democratic debate Tuesday or put it in paid media, instead of on Twitter and Facebook.

During his remarks Saturday, Biden accurately pointed out that his plan seeks to boost Social Security spending, then demanded Sanders campaign issue an apology.

It is simply a lie, that video thats going around. And ask anybody in the press, its a flat lie. They acknowledged that, Biden said. This is a doctored tape. And I think its beneath him. And Im looking for his campaign to come forward and disown it. But they havent done it yet.

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TopicWhy haven't you played Disco Elysium?
Antifar
01/18/20 8:32:39 PM
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I don't play games on PC anymore.
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TopicIf this guy ate shit and died tomorrow, no one should cry
Antifar
01/18/20 8:28:03 PM
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TopicC/D: You want people to stop injecting politics into your movies and video games
Antifar
01/18/20 5:02:47 PM
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D
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TopicDo liberals and conservatives in the US represent the ultimate human duality?
Antifar
01/18/20 3:51:12 PM
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No.
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TopicMost satisfying game to watch
Antifar
01/18/20 3:21:23 PM
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Kaiganeer posted...
someone playing solo in monster hunter and ripping ass

See I'd think the farting would make it worse
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TopicWhat do you think of airplane boarding groups?
Antifar
01/18/20 2:55:50 PM
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It's some pretty naked classism, but also seems like it probably makes the process easier, assuming those first-boarding groups are sitting closer to the front.
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TopicI've just gotten my 500th power moon in Mario Odyssey
Antifar
01/18/20 2:32:02 PM
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p-m posted...
How have you got that many in only 25 hours?

They really shower you with them.
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