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#11481 DKTanker

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Posted 17 May 2019 - 1721 PM

 

 

Dumb ass should pay her rent

If you're referring to Manning, I agree with the sentiment.  What I don't agree with is participating in his delusions.  If he wants to be addressed with a different given name, fine, but so long as he has an X and Y chromosome, no matter what drugs and surgery he has had, he is not a she.

 

Nah I was referring to the rocket surgeon model who posed nude as a protest against white males. 

 

https://nypost.com/2...r-dodging-rent/

 

Well, okay then.


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#11482 Jeff

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Posted 17 May 2019 - 1731 PM

Anybody need to be punished more???

https://www.dailywir...qo6CeJN6bP8F9io

Emily Ratajkowski Poses Nude To Punish ‘Old White Men’ For Alabama Abortion Law

Not the photo under discussion

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Is there anything she doesn't take her clothes off for?


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#11483 DKTanker

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Posted 17 May 2019 - 1736 PM

 

Anybody need to be punished more???

https://www.dailywir...qo6CeJN6bP8F9io

Emily Ratajkowski Poses Nude To Punish ‘Old White Men’ For Alabama Abortion Law

Not the photo under discussion

41qwm6Xz%2BcL._SX351_BO1,204,203,200_.jp

 

Is there anything she doesn't take her clothes off for?

 

Apparently a personal viewing by me.


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#11484 Murph

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Posted 18 May 2019 - 1927 PM

 

Anybody need to be punished more???

https://www.dailywir...qo6CeJN6bP8F9io

Emily Ratajkowski Poses Nude To Punish ‘Old White Men’ For Alabama Abortion Law

Not the photo under discussion

41qwm6Xz%2BcL._SX351_BO1,204,203,200_.jp

 

Is there anything she doesn't take her clothes off for?

 

Nah pretty much any opportunity to strip down, and not pay her rent.


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#11485 shep854

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Posted 18 May 2019 - 1936 PM


 
Not the photo under discussion
 

Why not?  :mellow:  
I couldnt get the image in question to copy & paste.

Edited by shep854, 18 May 2019 - 2201 PM.

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#11486 Murph

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Posted 18 May 2019 - 2125 PM

 

 

I couldnt get the image in question to copy & paste.
 
Not the photo under discussion
 


Why not?  :mellow:  

 

Not safe for work.  She is nekkid after all.


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Posted 18 May 2019 - 2149 PM

She's skinny, doesn't have a very pretty face, and looks surgically enhanced.
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#11488 Mr King

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Posted 18 May 2019 - 2152 PM

Yes,  I don't get why she is so popular when there are so many other women who are far more attractive. I guess being promoted works. 


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Posted 18 May 2019 - 2300 PM

Given I hadn't heard of her until this story came out, I suspect she is not all that popular. B or C list perhaps.
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Posted 19 May 2019 - 0036 AM

Yes,  I don't get why she is so popular when there are so many other women who are far more attractive. I guess being promoted works.


She was in a popular music video by Robin Thicke, right around the time he dumped his wife (the delectable Paula Patton). So there's the perceived spiciness of a marriage-ending affair.

 

Had she broken up the marriage of a high school football coach, nobody would know her name.


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Posted 20 May 2019 - 0554 AM

Well she is just another entitled leftist who has no morals, ethics, or class (but thinks she does since she is better than the peasants). 


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Posted 20 May 2019 - 0557 AM

Well the elites get it wrong as always, but because they went to Harvard/Yale/[Insert elitist entitled university here] we have to believe them without question: https://www.theatlan...-future/588040/    

 

 

 

The bet was on, and it was over the fate of humanity. On one side was the Stanford biologist Paul R. Ehrlich. In his 1968 best seller, The Population Bomb, Ehrlich insisted that it was too late to prevent a doomsday apocalypse resulting from overpopulation. Resource shortages would cause hundreds of millions of starvation deaths within a decade. It was cold, hard math: The human population was growing exponentially; the food supply was not. Ehrlich was an accomplished butterfly specialist. He knew that nature did not regulate animal populations delicately. Populations exploded, blowing past the available resources, and then crashed.

 

In his book, Ehrlich played out hypothetical scenarios that represented “the kinds of disasters that will occur.” In the worst-case scenario, famine rages across the planet. Russia, China, and the United States are dragged into nuclear war, and the resulting environmental degradation soon extinguishes the human race. In the “cheerful” scenario, population controls begin. Famine spreads, and countries teeter, but the major death wave ends in the mid-1980s. Only half a billion or so people die of starvation. “I challenge you to create one more optimistic,” Ehrlich wrote, adding that he would not count scenarios involving benevolent aliens bearing care packages.

The economist Julian Simon took up Ehrlich’s challenge. Technology—water-control techniques, hybridized seeds, management strategies—had revolutionized agriculture, and global crop yields were increasing. To Simon, more people meant more good ideas about how to achieve a sustainable future. So he proposed a wager. Ehrlich could choose five metals that he expected to become more expensive as resources were depleted and chaos ensued over the next decade. Both men agreed that commodity prices were a fine proxy for the effects of population growth, and they set the stakes at $1,000 worth of Ehrlich’s five metals. If, 10 years hence, prices had gone down, Ehrlich would have to pay the difference in value to Simon. If prices went up, Simon would be on the hook for the difference. The bet was made official in 1980.

 
 
 

In October 1990, Simon found a check for $576.07 in his mailbox. Ehrlich got smoked. The price of every one of the metals had declined. In the 1960s, 50 out of every 100,000 global citizens died annually from famine; by the 1990s, that number was 2.6.

 

Ehrlich’s starvation predictions were almost comically bad. And yet, the very same year he conceded the bet, Ehrlich doubled down in another book, with another prediction that would prove untrue: Sure, his timeline had been a little off, he wrote, but “now the population bomb has detonated.” Despite one erroneous prediction after another, Ehrlich amassed an enormous following and received prestigious awards. Simon, meanwhile, became a standard-bearer for scholars who felt that Ehrlich had ignored economic principles. The kind of excessive regulations Ehrlich advocated, the Simon camp argued, would quell the very innovation that had delivered humanity from catastrophe. Both men became luminaries in their respective domains. Both were mistaken.

 


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Posted 20 May 2019 - 0600 AM

Kirsten Gillebrand vows to release all illegals seeking asylum into the US.  The left just keeps going further left:  https://www.breitbar...-s-communities/  


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Posted 20 May 2019 - 0606 AM

 

Well the elites get it wrong as always, but because they went to Harvard/Yale/[Insert elitist entitled university here] we have to believe them without question: https://www.theatlan...-future/588040/    

 

 


 The kind of excessive regulations Ehrlich advocated, the Simon camp argued, would quell the very innovation that had delivered humanity from catastrophe. Both men became luminaries in their respective domains. Both were mistaken.

 

It's "The Atlantic" so what should we expect?  Simon was not mistaken, there have indeed been regulation roadblocks, but nothing like Ehrlich and the rest of world's leftists would have implemented had they free rein to do so.


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Posted 20 May 2019 - 0614 AM

 

 

Well the elites get it wrong as always, but because they went to Harvard/Yale/[Insert elitist entitled university here] we have to believe them without question: https://www.theatlan...-future/588040/    

 

 


 The kind of excessive regulations Ehrlich advocated, the Simon camp argued, would quell the very innovation that had delivered humanity from catastrophe. Both men became luminaries in their respective domains. Both were mistaken.

 

It's "The Atlantic" so what should we expect?  Simon was not mistaken, there have indeed been regulation roadblocks, but nothing like Ehrlich and the rest of world's leftists would have implemented had they free rein to do so.

 

At least they were mostly honest that Ehrlich is a fraud and a fool.  They have to defend him a bit since he is a leftist in good standing.  Sort of like that other lefty idiot Rachel Carson who has doomed thousands to the horrors of disease over her completely fictitious link between DDT and animal issues.  Once more it shows that if you do sh*tty scholarship and scream loud enough, you can become a celeb on the left without any actual concrete achievements.


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Posted 20 May 2019 - 0737 AM

And the Swiss capitulated

 

https://www.washingt...m=.c684171ceb78


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Posted 20 May 2019 - 1940 PM

Yeah I saw that.  Oh well it looks like it might really suck for them.


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Posted 21 May 2019 - 0356 AM

It's "The Atlantic" so what should we expect?  Simon was not mistaken, there have indeed been regulation roadblocks, but nothing like Ehrlich and the rest of world's leftists would have implemented had they free rein to do so.


No, Simon is excellent example of exactly what they are talking about. He was proven right number of times, so he assumed that his basic worldview would make him correct EVERY time. As outlined in the article, his famous betting win over Ehrlich about commodity prices was pure luck - his theory did not actually have much, if any, prediction power. In the 90s, he made a similar bet again, and lost. He was demonstrably wrong lots of time about dismissing the environmental scares, resource scarcity - lets take the oil for example. Today in middle of the 'new oil glut' we are nevertheless paying much more from oil than we did in the '80s - and the reason is scarcity. Yes we are discovering new oil all the time, but it is harder and more expensive to extract.
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Posted 21 May 2019 - 1322 PM

White American leftists occupy Venezuelan embassy, actual Venezuelans are pissed. Special guest Jesse Jackson arrives.

https://youtu.be/flhItcqfHuE

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