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  1. -Rent a boat -Sail to the edge of the world -Climb the Antarctic wall / send a drone over it -Come back and post footage on the internet -Profit !!!!!!!
  2. I don't get flat earthers to be honest... If the Earth is flat, surely, it should be pretty easy to prove it yeah ? -Rent a boat -Sail to the edge of the world -Shoot some footage of what you find there -Come back and post footage on the internet -Profit !!!!!!!
  3. The Democratic candidate for President lost by less than 80k votes....to fucking Donald Trump, a fucking reality TV clown. It is a slim victory but it should have been a staggering defeat. How does an experienced political figure lose to an internet troll ? Surely something went horribly wrong ? Once again, never once did I suggest that the Democrats should be "more tolerant" of far right ideas. I suggested that they should actually listen to the fears of the electorate that cost it the election and come up with sound answers of their own ? Examples : -Yes, maybe black people are structurally disadvantaged => build better schools / neighbourhoods but also do something about the disproportionate black on black crime instead of simply suggesting systemic racism from the Police ? -Yes, there is climate change but since people are more concerned about jobs, massively invest in renewable energy on your own territory, favor 100% american companies like Tesla which are actively working towards both goals ? -No, deporting 11 million undocumented workers isn't feasible => admit however that this number is fucking ridiculous and start working on reducing it on a yearly basis instead of massively welcoming refugees from Syria while, in the process, completely disregarding the lessons from Europe... I mean, do you consider that there is absolutely no middle ground to be found between Obama's inertia and Trump's antics ?
  4. I know that the whining takes place on both sides but how does this make what I said any less true ? The only question is "do Democrats want to recover from this or not ?" . Why did the Republicans / the alt-right benefit from the support of its fringe elements while the Democrats were mostly ridiculed on Youtube ? Because there is a major difference between the two and it was used as a weapon in this election : one was speaking freely, thus representing and gaining the trust of its fringe elements, while the other was too concerned with virtue signaling to provide any sort of alternative. For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. After 8 years of Obama, of identity politics plaguing the debate, of millenial SJWs being taught by the entire educational system that preserving the feelings of others is more important than taking responsibility for your own life, and the BLM incidents : how is Trump not that equal and opposite reaction ? What I'm trying to say is : the equal and opposite reaction to Trump should not be MORE OF WHAT CREATED HIM in the first place....
  5. I'm pretty sure she will. The candidate from the left, Benoit Hamon, doesn't stand a chance because of the disastrous Hollande mandate. The rather popular candidate from the far-left isn't too keen on creating an alliance with the candidate from the left so the left won't have enough votes no matter what the scenario is. The "anti-system banker", Emmanuel Macron is an absolute joke. The once favourite candidate from the right, François Fillon, is in the middle of a gigantic scandal regarding the fictional work of his wife ( and maybe even kids ) and he is losing the support of his party. So, uhm yeah, we're pretty much screwed.
  6. Come May, France will be in utter chaos if Le Pen is elected. Probably worse than the US. Mostly because the cowardice of politicians whom, instead of demonizing her for years, should have paid attention to the fears of her supporters, especially after the terrorist attacks.
  7. Funny as I seem to recall most people on this forum praising how unpredictably graceful and unlike himself Dj's departure was
  8. I don't need a safe space. I have taken responsibility for my life and feelings and so far it's not my country that is gone to shit so I'll be ok, thank you
  9. Isn't Youtube full of these ? People calling Milo a homophobe and a nazi ( despite him being both gay and jewish ). Rioters destroying a campus while calling Gavin McInnes a fascist ? Black-bloc people macing Trump supporters while they are giving interviews ? This wonderful lady ? The best thing I've seen so far was people chanting "Free speech is hate speech" at anti-Trump rallies... I'm no Trump supporter but I'm sick and tired of people who believe restricting free speech to preserve feelings is the way towards the advancement of humanity. It's not. They only way is to take responsibility for your life and for your ideas and to be able to sustain a proper debate without having to resort to name calling ( not exactly what Trump is doing either ) and while taking into consideration the arguments of your opponent.
  10. Not saying that...but Trump was elected as a direct response to the left calling everyone racists / bigots / homophobes / islamophobes instead of listening to what those people actually have to say. So it's their problem to solve now if they don't want the same scenario to happen again and so far they don't seem to get it.
  11. Problem is, as much as Trump is, predictably, an amateur, impeaching him won't solve the problems that got him elected in the first place. As a matter of fact, it will only make things worse as it will increase the already enormous divide between Trump's isolationists / sometimes paranoid electors and the smug, language-policing left. It would be seen as a desperate move to restore the status quo that his election already destroyed. Democrats need to allow themselves to take a good look at all the spectrum of political opinions, even those of the alt-right, and to provide a REAL alternative instead of trying to shame people into changing their minds by calling them names : it doesn't work. As a matter of fact, it only creates resentment and gets people like Donald Trump elected...
  12. That was pretty cool. Have nothing bad to say about him. As a matter of fact, he's probably the one member who surprised me most when I saw them back in 2010.
  13. Trump reminds me of pre-reunion Team Brazil. Can't wait for him to tweet about "three hours meetings" and such.
  14. Or maybe he should realize it comes with the territory and is only fair after his ruthless campaign. If he didn't whine so much, he'd look more congruent, like the true leader he wanted to be. Now he simply looks like a bully who can't take the heat back...
  15. The most powerful man in the world, constantly portraying himself as a victim. Maybe I was wrong about cringey SJWs, he is the one who needs safe spaces and trigger warnings after all...