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It will be interesting to see how America’s richest corporations navigate the tricky questions of how to reconcile social distancing, the right of Youth of Color to loot their favorite brands, and the sacred right of gays (more than a few of whom own or work in the looted shops) to party in public.

But when you have an almost unlimited PR budget and the enthusiastic cooperation of the mainstream media, you’ll come out OK.

 
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  1. Where are all the female and gay police officers on the front line during this crisis?

    Why is it mainly White men who are put in danger to protect the good citizens?

    Why aren’t women and gays demanding to face down the thugs?

  2. Wait, what? I thought Black History Month was holiest! Or maybe even more holier was Pink Sportsball Month? I’m so confused.

  3. I hope white supremacist like you get shit down

    This is what caused the violence

    Look on twitter

    The People are against you

    • Replies: @res
    @Ben Golden

    http://images.astound.us/thumbs/6/24764.jpg

    , @black sea
    @Ben Golden

    Hey, Ben, don't let this shit get you down.

  4. Anonymous[257] • Disclaimer says:

    This is the year the ex-men completely overtake the gays. Every corporation over $10bn in annual revenue will have an in-your-face trans ad this year.

  5. I wonder which corporations will be the biggest exploiters of black pain. Nike is already on the board, I think. Google has a black ribbon under their search engine. I was just reflecting on something. My move to the right politically started after the 1992 LA Riots. Prior to that I was pretty much a lefty, especially on racial issues. The OJ Simpson verdict a few years later, which didn’t really surprise me, pushed me the rest of the way.

  6. The media could not be played on UNZ Review or Zerohedge.

  7. It’s already cancelled so you can stop your finger wagging and commence the gloating.

    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
    @yaph

    Yay! *gloats*

  8. It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.

    • Agree: Bleuteaux
    • Replies: @Daniel H
    @Hypnotoad666

    Not to worry lady, Trump's defeat was preordained the day he set foot in office. Demographics. Gotta be some iron laws of demographics out there that have never been contradicted. Anyway, Trump hasn't a chance.

    , @Ano
    @Hypnotoad666

    Headline in the NYT

    Santa Monica: White supremacist Trump supporting rioters in black face loot our readers favorite eco-friendly shops and boutiques.

    , @Polynikes
    @Hypnotoad666

    Therein lies the real answer: blame Trump.

    , @flyingtiger
    @Hypnotoad666

    Truest words I have heard. The looters don't care. Note the way, the rioters ignore this becky.

    , @Clyde
    @Hypnotoad666


    It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.
     
    Get yore hot buttered insta-bricked iPhones, Samsungs and Androids. Stolen/looted TVs are a better investment. But then you have to keep yore cable bill current.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @SimpleSong
    @Hypnotoad666

    My guess is that she watches this and gains a little sympathy for the right wing. When she says, "you're going to make people want to vote for trump" what she means is "you're going to make me vote for trump."

    Replies: @Cloudbuster

  9. Scene: Entrance of an electronics store. Flames and chanting in the distance. Inside the store a Male and Female employee look out at a gathering crowd. Suddenly, the man’s eyes lock with a handsome despite the mask black man. The woman’s, a purple-haired Hispanic BBW. The man holds up his phone. The black guy grins, holds up his phone. The women look, giggle, and hold up their phones. The employees unlock the entrance. They start handing out iPhones to everyone, who just happens to be LGBTWTF. Everyone starts slow dancing while keeping 6 feet away, all the phones playing Gaga’s “Beautiful”.
    APPLE DOING OUR PART TO KEEP EVERYONE SAFE.

  10. Black history hoax month is the holiest month, I thought. So much lies and deception spread about non-existing black history while totally forgetting Black illiterate Non-history in Africa.
    I must admit I never heard of pride month, and I hope to get enlightened by @SteveSailer. But gays themselves are not low IQ, not troublemakers, and actually cause lots of upheaval in the victimhood ranking. Muslims and Blacks suppressing gays is a serious ideological problem which cannot be dealt with openly and honestly. It just must not happen. It is the fault of Christian fundamentalists.

    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
    @SINCERITY.net

    But gays themselves are not low IQ, not troublemakers

    You're half right.

    , @black sea
    @SINCERITY.net


    . . . gays themselves are not low IQ, not troublemakers, and actually cause lots of upheaval in the victimhood ranking.
     
    Yes, they really bugger things up.
  11. Ano says:

    Dear Comrade Sailer,

    Pride Month 2020 slogan: Kto, Kogo.

    Homosexuals with HIV are Heroes of the Revolution for deliberately passing on virus disease to strangers. Not criminals (Your own Beautiful Peoples Republic of California has so decreed.)

    White bourgeoisie reopening their small businesses are Enemies of the Revolution for potentially passing on virus disease to strangers. Criminals.

    So. Are you a Good Bugchaser, or a Bad Bugchaser?

    Yours,

    Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov
    PR Consultant

  12. @Hypnotoad666
    It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.

    https://youtu.be/BAz1wYX6xhc

    Replies: @Daniel H, @Ano, @Polynikes, @flyingtiger, @Clyde, @SimpleSong

    Not to worry lady, Trump’s defeat was preordained the day he set foot in office. Demographics. Gotta be some iron laws of demographics out there that have never been contradicted. Anyway, Trump hasn’t a chance.

  13. Wine moms, soccer moms, Karens and Beckys must be crushed by the events of the past week.

    • Replies: @Znzn
    @dr kill

    Well if the antifa march on Wall Street they may do something useful, although of they do they really need to bring the big guns.

  14. Big market! Profits galore!

    The share of the population that is “exclusively heterosexual” is in freefall. The LGBTQ market’s on fire!

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/07/05/two-thirds-generation-z-identify-exclusively-heterosexual/

  15. One can finally understand the appeal of communism

  16. @Hypnotoad666
    It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.

    https://youtu.be/BAz1wYX6xhc

    Replies: @Daniel H, @Ano, @Polynikes, @flyingtiger, @Clyde, @SimpleSong

    Headline in the NYT

    Santa Monica: White supremacist Trump supporting rioters in black face loot our readers favorite eco-friendly shops and boutiques.

  17. It actually dovetails rather nicely: gays will be partying outside the shops, Youth of Color will be protesting inside the shops.

  18. Expect to hear a lot about the Stonewall riots, gay oppression, solidarity, etc.

  19. Might this week have been a Waterloo for Woke Capital?

    They can’t build retail outlets anymore, because they’ll just get undocumentedly shopped. There may be no point in rebuilding what was destroyed. Their insurers will invoke force majeure clauses on the weeks’ damages, so they’re eating that. And they can’t back down from years of virtue sniveling. Do they have any way forwards?

    • Replies: @allensheep
    @Almost Missouri

    Retailers are small fish in the world of woke capital. This actually benefits mega-corps like Amazon, which might be a part of why it's being pushed so much.

    , @Daniel H
    @Almost Missouri

    Might this week have been a Waterloo for Woke Capital?

    No way. There is a lot of ruin in the feckless, American liberal spirit.

    , @Joe Stalin
    @Almost Missouri

    Maybe Wal-Mart could apologize for their Corporate anti-gun poke-in-the-eye of the Deplorables and reintroduce AR-15, handgun and ammunition sales?

    I can see the advertising: "We apologize for our jerk CEO and are bringing back Red State Guns & Ammo!"

    , @Thea
    @Almost Missouri

    Maybe they have can ask Amazon to swallow them?

    Replies: @Oswald Spengler

    , @Hibernian
    @Almost Missouri


    force majeure
     
    Isn't covering force majuere type events the point of insurance? Of course, different policies cover, and exclude, different things, there are policy limits, and there's always the possibility that an insurance company will go bankrupt.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

  20. @Almost Missouri
    Might this week have been a Waterloo for Woke Capital?

    They can't build retail outlets anymore, because they'll just get undocumentedly shopped. There may be no point in rebuilding what was destroyed. Their insurers will invoke force majeure clauses on the weeks' damages, so they're eating that. And they can't back down from years of virtue sniveling. Do they have any way forwards?

    Replies: @allensheep, @Daniel H, @Joe Stalin, @Thea, @Hibernian

    Retailers are small fish in the world of woke capital. This actually benefits mega-corps like Amazon, which might be a part of why it’s being pushed so much.

  21. @Almost Missouri
    Might this week have been a Waterloo for Woke Capital?

    They can't build retail outlets anymore, because they'll just get undocumentedly shopped. There may be no point in rebuilding what was destroyed. Their insurers will invoke force majeure clauses on the weeks' damages, so they're eating that. And they can't back down from years of virtue sniveling. Do they have any way forwards?

    Replies: @allensheep, @Daniel H, @Joe Stalin, @Thea, @Hibernian

    Might this week have been a Waterloo for Woke Capital?

    No way. There is a lot of ruin in the feckless, American liberal spirit.

  22. In some countries, Gay Parades are going to be online. Don’t ask me for details, however.
    Since looting is OK, a serious breach in social distancing, I can’t see how they can prevent physical Gay Parades.

  23. anon[202] • Disclaimer says:

    Steve, you mentioned how some white yuppies looted a bookstore during the Chicago Bulls riots in the 90s. Here’s a picture that seems to show a white guy looting some Star Wars Legos. It might seem strange, but keep in mind that adult fandom of Star Wars, Legos, and Star Wars Legos is a real thing, and that Star Wars Lego sets are very expensive and can cost up to $1000.

  24. Holiest Season in Corporate America’s Liturgical Calendar: Pride Month

    Mall’s open due to AIDS

  25. Sodomy, Immigration and Abortion. They holy sacraments of Globohomo

  26. Doesn’t any sort of social distancing enforcement have to end now? How could anyone respect government edicts on business closures after this week?

  27. @Almost Missouri
    Might this week have been a Waterloo for Woke Capital?

    They can't build retail outlets anymore, because they'll just get undocumentedly shopped. There may be no point in rebuilding what was destroyed. Their insurers will invoke force majeure clauses on the weeks' damages, so they're eating that. And they can't back down from years of virtue sniveling. Do they have any way forwards?

    Replies: @allensheep, @Daniel H, @Joe Stalin, @Thea, @Hibernian

    Maybe Wal-Mart could apologize for their Corporate anti-gun poke-in-the-eye of the Deplorables and reintroduce AR-15, handgun and ammunition sales?

    I can see the advertising: “We apologize for our jerk CEO and are bringing back Red State Guns & Ammo!”

  28. @Hypnotoad666
    It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.

    https://youtu.be/BAz1wYX6xhc

    Replies: @Daniel H, @Ano, @Polynikes, @flyingtiger, @Clyde, @SimpleSong

    Therein lies the real answer: blame Trump.

  29. Have the Bloods and the Crips been informed that black lives matter?

  30. @Hypnotoad666
    It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.

    https://youtu.be/BAz1wYX6xhc

    Replies: @Daniel H, @Ano, @Polynikes, @flyingtiger, @Clyde, @SimpleSong

    Truest words I have heard. The looters don’t care. Note the way, the rioters ignore this becky.

  31. @Hypnotoad666
    It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.

    https://youtu.be/BAz1wYX6xhc

    Replies: @Daniel H, @Ano, @Polynikes, @flyingtiger, @Clyde, @SimpleSong

    It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.

    Get yore hot buttered insta-bricked iPhones, Samsungs and Androids. Stolen/looted TVs are a better investment. But then you have to keep yore cable bill current.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Clyde




    It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.

    Get yore hot buttered insta-bricked iPhones, Samsungs and Androids. Stolen/looted TVs are a better investment. But then you have to keep yore cable bill current.
     
    More and more, electronics, or anything with electronics in it, is getting to be remotely brickable. All GM cars have OnStar built in and even if you don't subscribe they can track you and shut you down with a court order-or I'm sure the deep state has them penetrated and can do it on a whim if they really wanted. You have to track down the OnStar module and disable its RF front ends-its location is not in the manual, and dealers will deny it's possible. Excise the module and it will throw codes and eventually put the car in limp mode. You have to locate the antenna feeds, access them and send a fast pulse of high power RF into the front end to blow it out. They're well protected against DC or power line AC.

    A local facility had a very expensive Tektronix network/spectrum analyzer stolen some time ago. They got it back after the thief plugged it into his home network and it called home. They remotely bricked it and sent a message on it to return it no questions asked and they would be okay with that or they would call the FBI. The guy took it to FedExOffice and had it boxed and shipped to Tek. The facility had it back, de-bricked, in a couple of weeks little the worse for wear.

    Replies: @Clyde

  32. @Almost Missouri
    Might this week have been a Waterloo for Woke Capital?

    They can't build retail outlets anymore, because they'll just get undocumentedly shopped. There may be no point in rebuilding what was destroyed. Their insurers will invoke force majeure clauses on the weeks' damages, so they're eating that. And they can't back down from years of virtue sniveling. Do they have any way forwards?

    Replies: @allensheep, @Daniel H, @Joe Stalin, @Thea, @Hibernian

    Maybe they have can ask Amazon to swallow them?

    • Replies: @Oswald Spengler
    @Thea

    Eventually, Amazon will be akin to the fictional mega-corporation Omni Consumer Products in the original Robocop film.

  33. Ask Christian Cooper, the 🐦 Man of Central Park: he’s black, gay, free with his opinions about how people should behave (no “intransigence” permitted: he has an app, or at least, a Milk-Bone, for that), and — best of all — he went to Harvard. If he can’t figure out how to balance social distancing, fabulousness and keeping it real, no one can.

    • LOL: Clyde
    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @Gary in Gramercy

    Well, the irony is that Christian Cooper did not want this whole scenario to go so far. Many animal rights activists were more upset with her because she was severely yanking the collar of her Cocker Spaniel.

    It seems to me that Christian is the anti-Minnesota, city burner, black man. Notice msm dropped this story from the moment that Christian accepted Amy's apology and, on record, stated that he did not wish to have led this to her losing her job. In other words, he did not accept the role of the victim in this incident.

    Frankly, because I am a dog-lover, I think the dog was the victim and Amy was a just a garden-variety SJW asshole...and generally, the type of women I loathe.

    Replies: @Clyde

  34. • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @t

    Thanks.

    Replies: @SINCERITY.net

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @t

    That's impossible. According to Cato, broken windows are a fallacy.

    https://www.libertarianism.org/media/around-web/broken-window-fallacy

    , @kaganovitch
    @t

    There's alot of that going around

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Screen-Shot-2020-05-31-at-11.16.30-PM.png

  35. Can’t wait to see what humiliating level of capitulation the “conservatives” will reach this year

  36. “virtue sniveling”… How about virtue sneering? The United colors of Benetton* permanent woke-a-thon is the long sneer at those who do actual work such as automobile body work, oil-gas production, farming, trucking….

    *”In 1989, Toscani refocused Benetton’s advertising strategy under the “United Colors of Benetton” campaign.”- wiki ______ Can you believe this all goes back to 1989!

  37. @t
    https://twitter.com/Sammsummers/status/1267110457275539457

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Hypnotoad666, @kaganovitch

    Thanks.

    • Replies: @SINCERITY.net
    @Steve Sailer

    Steve, can you please explain, to my email, why you don't approve my posts, and what I need to do to deserver posting here?
    a) I am a great fan of yours, especially your older writings
    b) I occasionally donate to you
    c) did you study sincerity .net website, I think it really has a very parsimonious explanation of all our evils, and the solution:
    lies are socially accepted,
    anti-racist deceit is considered virtuous,
    we must radically explose liars and whoever lied once shold lose all credibility

  38. @Steve Sailer
    @t

    Thanks.

    Replies: @SINCERITY.net

    Steve, can you please explain, to my email, why you don’t approve my posts, and what I need to do to deserver posting here?
    a) I am a great fan of yours, especially your older writings
    b) I occasionally donate to you
    c) did you study sincerity .net website, I think it really has a very parsimonious explanation of all our evils, and the solution:
    lies are socially accepted,
    anti-racist deceit is considered virtuous,
    we must radically explose liars and whoever lied once shold lose all credibility

  39. Speaking of liturgical seasons, I was able to attend divine services today for the first time in a long while, and was amusingly reminded that Pentecost is technically the last Sunday of the Easter season, (which runs until the day before this upcoming Trinity Sunday). The media howled back in March that President Trump was dangerously crazy to hope that believers might be able to return to worship by Easter, but we beat the deadline on a technicality by six days (even if this isn’t quite what he originally meant). Seems like Trump’s Luck held out again.

  40. @t
    https://twitter.com/Sammsummers/status/1267110457275539457

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Hypnotoad666, @kaganovitch

    That’s impossible. According to Cato, broken windows are a fallacy.

    https://www.libertarianism.org/media/around-web/broken-window-fallacy

  41. @Almost Missouri
    Might this week have been a Waterloo for Woke Capital?

    They can't build retail outlets anymore, because they'll just get undocumentedly shopped. There may be no point in rebuilding what was destroyed. Their insurers will invoke force majeure clauses on the weeks' damages, so they're eating that. And they can't back down from years of virtue sniveling. Do they have any way forwards?

    Replies: @allensheep, @Daniel H, @Joe Stalin, @Thea, @Hibernian

    force majeure

    Isn’t covering force majuere type events the point of insurance? Of course, different policies cover, and exclude, different things, there are policy limits, and there’s always the possibility that an insurance company will go bankrupt.

    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @Hibernian


    Isn’t covering force majuere type events the point of insurance?
     
    The point of insurance is to collect premiums and avoid paying benefits.

    A lot of people thought their travel insurance covered their airline tickets booked into the COVID panic. They were disappointed.

    You can buy insurance for "civil unrest" and "acts of God" but it costs extra. Typical insurance policies don't cover it. Perhaps some businesses had a "riot rider". If so, their premiums just went up. Insurance companies don't stay in business by losing money.
  42. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @Clyde
    @Hypnotoad666


    It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.
     
    Get yore hot buttered insta-bricked iPhones, Samsungs and Androids. Stolen/looted TVs are a better investment. But then you have to keep yore cable bill current.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.

    Get yore hot buttered insta-bricked iPhones, Samsungs and Androids. Stolen/looted TVs are a better investment. But then you have to keep yore cable bill current.

    More and more, electronics, or anything with electronics in it, is getting to be remotely brickable. All GM cars have OnStar built in and even if you don’t subscribe they can track you and shut you down with a court order-or I’m sure the deep state has them penetrated and can do it on a whim if they really wanted. You have to track down the OnStar module and disable its RF front ends-its location is not in the manual, and dealers will deny it’s possible. Excise the module and it will throw codes and eventually put the car in limp mode. You have to locate the antenna feeds, access them and send a fast pulse of high power RF into the front end to blow it out. They’re well protected against DC or power line AC.

    A local facility had a very expensive Tektronix network/spectrum analyzer stolen some time ago. They got it back after the thief plugged it into his home network and it called home. They remotely bricked it and sent a message on it to return it no questions asked and they would be okay with that or they would call the FBI. The guy took it to FedExOffice and had it boxed and shipped to Tek. The facility had it back, de-bricked, in a couple of weeks little the worse for wear.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @Anonymous

    Luv it! Thanks for the extensive tech-savvy testimony.

  43. @Gary in Gramercy
    Ask Christian Cooper, the 🐦 Man of Central Park: he's black, gay, free with his opinions about how people should behave (no "intransigence" permitted: he has an app, or at least, a Milk-Bone, for that), and -- best of all -- he went to Harvard. If he can't figure out how to balance social distancing, fabulousness and keeping it real, no one can.

    Replies: @Lagertha

    Well, the irony is that Christian Cooper did not want this whole scenario to go so far. Many animal rights activists were more upset with her because she was severely yanking the collar of her Cocker Spaniel.

    It seems to me that Christian is the anti-Minnesota, city burner, black man. Notice msm dropped this story from the moment that Christian accepted Amy’s apology and, on record, stated that he did not wish to have led this to her losing her job. In other words, he did not accept the role of the victim in this incident.

    Frankly, because I am a dog-lover, I think the dog was the victim and Amy was a just a garden-variety SJW asshole…and generally, the type of women I loathe.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @Lagertha


    It seems to me that Christian is the anti-Minnesota, city burner, black man. Notice msm dropped this story from the moment that Christian accepted Amy’s apology and, on record, stated that he did not wish to have led this to her losing her job.
     
    He is full of sht unless he has contacted her employers at Franklin Templeton and ask that they forgive her, take her back. The Christian thing to do. Until then Mr fake Christian gets my talk is cheap rating. Sad that you got sucked in by this Central Park vagrant, this idler, this Harvard mis-educated bird brain.

    Amy Cooper has since lost her job at the investment firm Franklin Templeton. She has issued an apology, saying in part, “I hope that a few mortifying seconds in a lifetime of 40 years will not define me in his eyes and that he will accept my sincere apology.”
     
  44. @Thea
    @Almost Missouri

    Maybe they have can ask Amazon to swallow them?

    Replies: @Oswald Spengler

    Eventually, Amazon will be akin to the fictional mega-corporation Omni Consumer Products in the original Robocop film.

  45. Asian/Pacific Islander Month sure ended with a bang — Gonna be hard to top that

  46. @t
    https://twitter.com/Sammsummers/status/1267110457275539457

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Hypnotoad666, @kaganovitch

    There’s alot of that going around

  47. The interesting development for this Pride Month is JK Rowling has just come out against Big T. Look at twitter and see how they are enraged that one wealthy celebrity refuses to bow down to the trans cult. Many are saying it is not safe to have children near the most popular children’s book author because she is a transphobe.

  48. the Holiest Season

    The loonar month of Ramitin. No going down till the sun does first.

    Followed by the holiday Aids-al-Fatr.

  49. @Hypnotoad666
    It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.

    https://youtu.be/BAz1wYX6xhc

    Replies: @Daniel H, @Ano, @Polynikes, @flyingtiger, @Clyde, @SimpleSong

    My guess is that she watches this and gains a little sympathy for the right wing. When she says, “you’re going to make people want to vote for trump” what she means is “you’re going to make me vote for trump.”

    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
    @SimpleSong

    Not a chance.

  50. @dr kill
    Wine moms, soccer moms, Karens and Beckys must be crushed by the events of the past week.

    Replies: @Znzn

    Well if the antifa march on Wall Street they may do something useful, although of they do they really need to bring the big guns.

  51. Mr Sailer

    When you went to college did you ever take one of those classes where the teacher explained how Socrates and Plato and them liked to fuck teenage boys who had their puberty like last month? And they seemed to think this was a great idea and they kind of wished they had been there?

    This is what somebody should ask the manager who is making the presentation about how much Acme corporation loves their gay people. Because a lot of these people are pretty damn gross and they deserve to have it pointed out to them. Read them the part in Symposium where Socrates explains the boys actually don’t like it very much.

  52. @yaph
    It's already cancelled so you can stop your finger wagging and commence the gloating.

    Replies: @Cloudbuster

    Yay! *gloats*

  53. @SimpleSong
    @Hypnotoad666

    My guess is that she watches this and gains a little sympathy for the right wing. When she says, "you're going to make people want to vote for trump" what she means is "you're going to make me vote for trump."

    Replies: @Cloudbuster

    Not a chance.

  54. @SINCERITY.net
    Black history hoax month is the holiest month, I thought. So much lies and deception spread about non-existing black history while totally forgetting Black illiterate Non-history in Africa.
    I must admit I never heard of pride month, and I hope to get enlightened by @SteveSailer. But gays themselves are not low IQ, not troublemakers, and actually cause lots of upheaval in the victimhood ranking. Muslims and Blacks suppressing gays is a serious ideological problem which cannot be dealt with openly and honestly. It just must not happen. It is the fault of Christian fundamentalists.

    Replies: @Cloudbuster, @black sea

    But gays themselves are not low IQ, not troublemakers

    You’re half right.

  55. @Ben Golden
    I hope white supremacist like you get shit down

    This is what caused the violence

    Look on twitter

    The People are against you

    Replies: @res, @black sea

  56. @Ben Golden
    I hope white supremacist like you get shit down

    This is what caused the violence

    Look on twitter

    The People are against you

    Replies: @res, @black sea

    Hey, Ben, don’t let this shit get you down.

  57. @SINCERITY.net
    Black history hoax month is the holiest month, I thought. So much lies and deception spread about non-existing black history while totally forgetting Black illiterate Non-history in Africa.
    I must admit I never heard of pride month, and I hope to get enlightened by @SteveSailer. But gays themselves are not low IQ, not troublemakers, and actually cause lots of upheaval in the victimhood ranking. Muslims and Blacks suppressing gays is a serious ideological problem which cannot be dealt with openly and honestly. It just must not happen. It is the fault of Christian fundamentalists.

    Replies: @Cloudbuster, @black sea

    . . . gays themselves are not low IQ, not troublemakers, and actually cause lots of upheaval in the victimhood ranking.

    Yes, they really bugger things up.

  58. @Hibernian
    @Almost Missouri


    force majeure
     
    Isn't covering force majuere type events the point of insurance? Of course, different policies cover, and exclude, different things, there are policy limits, and there's always the possibility that an insurance company will go bankrupt.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri

    Isn’t covering force majuere type events the point of insurance?

    The point of insurance is to collect premiums and avoid paying benefits.

    A lot of people thought their travel insurance covered their airline tickets booked into the COVID panic. They were disappointed.

    You can buy insurance for “civil unrest” and “acts of God” but it costs extra. Typical insurance policies don’t cover it. Perhaps some businesses had a “riot rider”. If so, their premiums just went up. Insurance companies don’t stay in business by losing money.

  59. @Lagertha
    @Gary in Gramercy

    Well, the irony is that Christian Cooper did not want this whole scenario to go so far. Many animal rights activists were more upset with her because she was severely yanking the collar of her Cocker Spaniel.

    It seems to me that Christian is the anti-Minnesota, city burner, black man. Notice msm dropped this story from the moment that Christian accepted Amy's apology and, on record, stated that he did not wish to have led this to her losing her job. In other words, he did not accept the role of the victim in this incident.

    Frankly, because I am a dog-lover, I think the dog was the victim and Amy was a just a garden-variety SJW asshole...and generally, the type of women I loathe.

    Replies: @Clyde

    It seems to me that Christian is the anti-Minnesota, city burner, black man. Notice msm dropped this story from the moment that Christian accepted Amy’s apology and, on record, stated that he did not wish to have led this to her losing her job.

    He is full of sht unless he has contacted her employers at Franklin Templeton and ask that they forgive her, take her back. The Christian thing to do. Until then Mr fake Christian gets my talk is cheap rating. Sad that you got sucked in by this Central Park vagrant, this idler, this Harvard mis-educated bird brain.

    Amy Cooper has since lost her job at the investment firm Franklin Templeton. She has issued an apology, saying in part, “I hope that a few mortifying seconds in a lifetime of 40 years will not define me in his eyes and that he will accept my sincere apology.”

  60. @Anonymous
    @Clyde




    It seems undocumented shoppers enjoy free stuff more than they hate Trump.

    Get yore hot buttered insta-bricked iPhones, Samsungs and Androids. Stolen/looted TVs are a better investment. But then you have to keep yore cable bill current.
     
    More and more, electronics, or anything with electronics in it, is getting to be remotely brickable. All GM cars have OnStar built in and even if you don't subscribe they can track you and shut you down with a court order-or I'm sure the deep state has them penetrated and can do it on a whim if they really wanted. You have to track down the OnStar module and disable its RF front ends-its location is not in the manual, and dealers will deny it's possible. Excise the module and it will throw codes and eventually put the car in limp mode. You have to locate the antenna feeds, access them and send a fast pulse of high power RF into the front end to blow it out. They're well protected against DC or power line AC.

    A local facility had a very expensive Tektronix network/spectrum analyzer stolen some time ago. They got it back after the thief plugged it into his home network and it called home. They remotely bricked it and sent a message on it to return it no questions asked and they would be okay with that or they would call the FBI. The guy took it to FedExOffice and had it boxed and shipped to Tek. The facility had it back, de-bricked, in a couple of weeks little the worse for wear.

    Replies: @Clyde

    Luv it! Thanks for the extensive tech-savvy testimony.

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