User Profile: shin


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  • [6] July 23, 2016 at 5:31pm

    mixed blessing: on the one hand, kids are running around across borders, into manholes, traffic, and across property lines. They are possibly even sending google-map like data back to who knows what company, which may be exploited by greedy companies (target adverts) or corrupt governments (our pokemon Go records indicate you have 12 unregistered firearms and are stockpiling food Mr. Smith…)

    BUT, on the Bright side: Our kids are finally going outside. Millions of kids for once will see trees, breath fresh air, and use leg muscles, rather than turning into Wall-E slobs. Thank you Pokemon Go!

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  • [3] July 23, 2016 at 2:16am

    Season 12, celebrity apprentice, explains all the BS of Trump as a racist sexist antigay:
    episode 12: 3 women, 1 black guy, 1 gay guy: sexist? Not even close
    episode 14: 1 woman, 1 black guy, 1 gay guy
    episode 15: 1 black guy 1 gay guy: antigay? Absolutely not
    Winner: 1 black guy (Arsenio Hall): racist? Obviously not

    Trump even fought for minorities to participate in restricted resorts. He’s a Nationalist. His Race is American.

  • [-1] July 23, 2016 at 2:05am

    Cruz is Canadian. I Like Canada but Canadians can’t win the presidency. Even Canadians from Texas.

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  • [-1] July 23, 2016 at 2:03am

    Actually, i think a lot of people are just going to write in Bernie in the blank space, or not vote at all. Cruz is just enabling Hillary. I could write in Mickey Mouse, Ron Paul, or Jesus, but none of those people are going to win the presidency. Voting your conscience is throwing away your vote. I think all the manual labor union jobs will veer to Trump, and all the Healthcare union jobs will veer to Hillary, and the union people in the middle wont vote at all.

  • [1] July 23, 2016 at 1:58am

    Fear Not. The story of the rise of a fascist dictator exploiting the fear of the downtrodden at just the right moment is more about someone who comes out of no where, the dark horse that leads to a nightmare dystopia. But Trump has been touting the same lines since the 1980s. He’s already a part of American culture and has been so since before millennials were even born. The only thing different is Trump has turned his attention to China more than Japan.

  • July 20, 2016 at 10:20am

    The filtering is crazy. I had one of my posts during the youtube RNC deleted because i said Bernie wanted a United Socialist States of America. Soon everyone will have to use the internet and their goal is to have total control over information and thought.

  • [1] July 20, 2016 at 10:15am

    Milo is gay. Much like Bruce Jenner, the Left cannot stand the fact that one of their pet “minorities of the month” turns on them. Not every lib stereotype is an idiot. I’m reminded of when the Obamaphone lady ended up on AJ’s show explaining she was lied to by the left.

    This is just twitter showing its tail. Now you know. Twitter = vox populi for saul alinski’s sock puppets.

  • [1] July 20, 2016 at 10:08am

    Can we now agree that MADE IN CHINA is sacrireligious?



  • [1] July 19, 2016 at 9:27pm

    Look people, we can solve this problem really easy. Melania didn’t plagiarize the speech. Her speech writers did. And lifting words from previous speeches to write new speeches is an American tradition. Just ask the president from Independence Day.

  • July 16, 2016 at 5:36pm

    girlscouts would have used their poisoned cookies filled with delicious additives and HFCS. Like those assassin girls from anime.

  • July 16, 2016 at 5:34pm

    the beheading group wants the cleric in exile returned so they can blame then execute him. Therefore, if Obama turns over the pro democratic cleric, then he is siding with Islamist terrorist regimes. Pretty cut and dry.

  • July 16, 2016 at 5:31pm

    the disinfo rises again. The Islamic Radical People have won. Does anyone remember those percentages that support islamic terror when the immigrant interviews were conducted? Guess which civilian population has an enormous cheerleader squad for ISIS.

    Come November, we will be thinking about something besides a bird for the Thanksgiving dinner table.

  • July 16, 2016 at 5:25pm

    this coup was likely an attempt by democratic military officers to stop the president from converting the whole country to sharia and joining the Islamic State. If that is true, then these prisoners and dead are all victims of terror.

    We may think objectively, it will go back to being Turkey, a tourist site with nice people. But if the president is altering their constitution to wipe out secularism and convert to Islamic Radicalism, then these dead soldiers would have been heroes, and died martyrs.

  • July 15, 2016 at 11:20am

    lasers are least regulated in the united states, and heavily regulated in most other countries.

  • July 15, 2016 at 11:19am

    I am impressed by this young man’s disposable income and his capacity to produce a weapon that has a functional range between 12 and 13 inches with his glorified magnifying glass. You all realize that thing doesn’t work at less than 11 inches and doesn’t work at 14+ inches, because the beam diverges, right?

    Looks cool though. He’s right about safety glasses, this thing causes eye damage just by looking at the spots he targets, like arc welding. A $2000 Flash Bang grenade, sans bang.

  • [-3] July 15, 2016 at 11:12am

    Arresting someone while they are talking on camera is bad form. It is a vintage demonstration of racism and an abuse of police power, as that is what the world will see. It is foolish of police. It doesn’t matter if the person is a criminal on your records, the audience doesn’t know that. Because you arrest one innocent looking person on camera, you will stir up a thousand angry people who will turn to violence, rather than staying glued to the couch with video games.

    I lived in Rochester for 8 years. Someone threw a brick through my window with a death threat attached. The cops said “it must be your fault”. When i was beaten and hospitalized by a gang (of blacks, btw) the police said it must have been something i said. Rochester’s Finest hasn’t changed in 30 years.

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  • July 13, 2016 at 5:36pm

    When a man broke into my house, the police did nothing. When i was robbed late in the night, the police did nothing. When my neighbors were being attacked by a gang, the police did nothing.

    When i hadn’t yet fastened a passenger seat belt while pulling out of a parking lot, the police were there to issue a ticket. When my ex filed a restraining order so she could leverage a better divorce settlement, the police were there to confiscate my guns.

    Include cops? HAHAHAHA…

  • [-1] July 13, 2016 at 5:29pm

    So she looks like another Assata Shakur. That being said, it was clear she was speaking from Pathos, and in order to not be hypocrites when people we don’t like die, we need to defend her right to be pessimistic and feel vindicated when people of a category she sees as oppressive get offed. That way, when we are feeling pessimistic and outspoken about being vindicated when people of a category we don’t like die, we can speak our minds without fear of the thought police. It’s not freedom of speech if the repercussions are ingrained in policies backed by government. The freedom of speech is in general, at best only in conflict with private enterprise and private property. But a huge chunk of our economy is now tangled up with the Government. The Green Police, for example, are just another thought police.

    The tragedy with the assassination of the police officers is the failure to do the Batman background check. If you know anything about West coast Police, you know it’s a hotspot for corruption. The least the would be martyr could have done is target the cops on the take, or those with histories of brutality and shedding innocent blood – which there seems to be no shortage of. But instead, he probably killed nothing but innocent people.

    That’s the tragedy.

  • July 12, 2016 at 3:06pm

    out of over a thousand billionaires or so, Elon is one of the half dozen or so that really does have big plans for the future. He has no shortage of sci fi ideas he wants taken to real industry, so if he says he has something planned, he’s probably not lying. Hyperloop, Electric Sports Cars, Rocket Ships to Space, Super Batteries, Solar Grids – tech and production aren’t always reliable but the Sci Fi craziness of Musk and his determination to make it happen – these aren’t fantasies.

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  • [2] July 10, 2016 at 7:35pm

    rule 1: politicians lie
    rule 2: if a politician keeps telling you they don’t want to do something, or can’t do something, that’s probably a strong indicator of the opposite.

    if this politician really thought Trump’s claims were ridiculous, he wouldn’t still be talking about it, would he? It’s like those kids that plug their fingers with their ears and yell “i can’t hear you”.

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