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The atf and fbi circus is too busy smelling their own farts to be catching anything like this. They really don't give a fuck

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By smelling own farts, I guess you mean how they really only go after or catch the terrorists that the create/set up.

Why would people with six fingers call the fourth one 'middle'? It would not be middle. Yeah it's middle if you don't count the thumb, but we call it middle in this dimension because we're counting the thumb. Since functional thumbs are a distinct human thing, they'd still be considered when counting fingers in a universe with six digits on each hand. Also, how did everyone having six fingers affect the 10-based system of counting in your universe?

Nice creative writing project though.

from this angle anyway, the face is really quite well done. Good likeness of a lifelike mouth and eyes.

7 points · 4 days ago

I'm a solid believer in DUMBs, but I think this map is a bit off base. I'm not sure of its source, but I doubt it's jade helm related as it says in the upper corner it's from 1973 (possibly 78), incomplete, and has esoteric symbols doodled on it.

I prefer both of them to be thrown out of the WH. But impeaching Trump and flipping congress thereby turning the government into one huge dysfunctional cluster fuck (if that’s even possible considering where we are now) that gridlocks themselves effectively turning who ever happens to be in the WH into a lame cuck then do absolutely nothing for the next two years, it’s a win. Hopefully someone will show some real leadership and we can start over in 2020.

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0 points · 4 days ago

Why do we not have a law that says if a president is impeached for a criminal offense, criminal conspiracy, treasonous act, etc, that ANYONE he selected in his inner circle and cabinet is relinquished of duty just on the principal that they're possibly co-conspirators?

I mean if a president dies or steps down or is impeached because of a personal crime (killing someone, getting a bj in the Oval Office whatever) then yeah I get that the next in line is the chain of command. But you really have to assume that a criminal leader picks people who are connected, respsonible, involved or at least knowledgable in his dealings. That goes for anyone in a presidential position, not just trump.

I think it would make sense. Appointments and all cabinet members should be tossed. A special election is the only way to fix that level of corruption.

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2 points · 4 days ago

Right-? And if it goes as deep as some speculate, all the way to Ryan, who knows things but does nothing because he wants the republicans to keep control- then we'd have to hold a special election

3 points · 6 days ago

Just think of how many of you were slathering your penii in this stuff.

Masterplan: -make circumcision mainstream, leading majority of dudes to masturbate with Vaseline. Populace has lowered fertility, peen cancers, what have you.

Do people actually use vaseline for spanking the monkey?

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2 points · 5 days ago

That's what I always heard from friends- that circumcision made them need a lube, and back in the day, at least until the 90s, that was the go to, generally because it was in the bathroom for other uses

And you should be too. Its the head of the government perpetuating a conspiracy to keep the true numbers hidden. Everyone that died wasnt added. Only people that died to preventable reasons that couldnt be prevented bc the hurricane.

This is the same dude that went on and on about his inauguration when there was photos showing he was lying. Its the same dude that continuously lies about pretty much everything.

The dems dont need to make shit up about him he does a great job on his own and feeds their campaign accounts because of it.

This is his Katrina

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19 points · 6 days ago

Oh just wait, Florence is hitting tomorrow and he just underfunded FEMA so we'll see- Flo will be his Katrina. Shit in the south is about to get rough, and a lot of trump supporters are going to learn the hard way.

Prewar people may have collected bottlcaps as a hobby. It's not unheard of, like the way people collect stamps.

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And I'm sure Nuka Cola had lots of promotions to redeem caps for sweet N.C. swag. That's my headcanon as to why you find caps in desks, etc of prewar, un-raided, unoccupied-since-the-bombs-fell locations

I know that blood, semen, (pet) urine and a few other chemical fluids could do this. I going to rule out that much semen, and probably that much urine. It certainly looks like a bloody crime scene, but it could've been a bottle of a chemical/cleaner that sloshed around. Bleach will do this too, but the floor isn't bleached out, right?

I don't know the scale but it seems like there's a rounded rectangle mark, like a jug of something was set down after it spilled or got jostled?

7 points · 7 days ago

The irony is that members of the great awakening are actually slowly starting to awaken to the fact that it's all just hype. That post is a good start.

3 points · 7 days ago

I love this kind of stuff- thanks for all the research and links!

8 points · 10 days ago

The bottom of the flag moves slightly as if moved by air

Well yeah, they're not in a vacuum. There is circulating airflow on the ISS with the oxygen system.

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2 points · 10 days ago

Hush with that common sense science

-9 points · 10 days ago

Exactly. I bet he knew in advance all the targets he bombed would be abandoned. He HAD to react. If he wouldn't have, theyd straight up impeached him for treason right then and there probably. Ultimately, it was a smart move.

You can bet your ass that a Hillary wouldn't share those inhibitions

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7 points · 10 days ago

Or you can not like either of them, also.

7 points · 10 days ago

Have an upvote for admitting to being fooled. I'll let the others downvote you for being fooled in the first place.

But yeah, more than ever we have a president to literally needs enemies in order to function and feel important or secure. For a while it was just the press or anyone that disagreed with him, but now we're on to phase 2.


Pretty creepy 2016 patent for workers in a cage, operating a robot arm. Yes, one can say the cages are to protect the worker from a malfunctioning arm, but with Amazon's track record you know that person would be trapped in a cage probably with a urine jug for 12 hours at a stretch.

SS: Amazon patents unearthed that give us a glimpse at their game plan.

-2 points · 10 days ago · edited 10 days ago

Bullshit. You're reaching. The majority of adults must do this soul draining work to make ends meet. You're in the minority if you have a college degree you can actually use, though the podium you're speaking from is more likely located in Mom's Basement Tavern of the Virgin Imagination. Sounds like you're in the minority trying to speak for the majority. The crazy part? You can't make art without soul draining work like this. Now the inventory side of things is fucked. You probably couldn't keep a job at this company if your integrity depended on it, seeing as working 40 hours a week is highly upsetting to your majesty. No wonder you're pissed lol

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Original Poster1 point · 10 days ago

Me reaching? Nah, you projecting.

Me Tarzan? Nah, you Jane.

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Original Poster0 points · 10 days ago

Zing! A joke based on the fact that the 're dropped from my 'you' as I typed on a tiny fallible illuminated keyboard with autocorrect and large fingers. You win the entire argument sir, I am burned. What was I thinking posting an article to a conspiracy forum and saying how it made me feel about the future of warehouse worker isolationism? No, truly your grammar burn is the highest form of insult AND you have shown me the errors of my opinion with solid facts tinged with mockery and swearing. I yield. /s

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If you check my history you will see I'm a pretty staunch Q follower. What if there have been bad guys on those planes and this "flu" was actually the white hats using a non-toxic irritant that causes flu-like symptoms in order to make arrests under the guise of taking people to the hospital for a "CDC crisis"? It's a pretty decent ruse when you think about it.

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So Q followers basically just take whatever happens and apply 'then the opposite must be true!' Philosophy to everything? How can you even trust each other? What if the dude beside you at a rally is really a paid Soros operative that's misting you guys with nanotechnology viruses to make you into transvestite communists? You never know.

Are you confusing Twelve Monkeys with 28 Days Later?

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9 points · 11 days ago

I'd watch 28 Monkeys Later

Big horn sheep. One of the toughest game animals to harvest, mainly because of the rugged places they choose to live in.

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5 points · 11 days ago

So tough when you're rich enough to travel there, shoot them with the best rifle available and then have your guys go airlift the corpse back to you. I'm sure some folks do it the hard way, but not a trump kid. He puts on camo and sits on a stump and thinks he's an outdoorsman.

3 points · 12 days ago

Theory: mass, repeat visits of time travelers to 'dinosaur times', curious about what killed them off, were actually what caused the extinction of the dinosaur through germs carried from the future.

3 points · 12 days ago

The cast of Prometheus- Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace (sp?) the tall dude on far left is an 'engineer' demigod/alien

3 points · 12 days ago

What's the scent? Something really sugary? Looks like the candle got hot, melty, separated the oils from the wax, and the 'sugary' or scent additive started to crystallize?

Original Poster2 points · 12 days ago

"Lush Berry" you may be right. The substance melted when I dipped some into the hot wax.

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Kinda creepy, kinda pretty, but that's probably it.😎 Some of those scented candles have quite a scent chemical content to them- I've had smaller crusty crystallization happen myself with some sort of cinnamon/sugar/maple candle.

I bought the Legions of Nagash book thus far, but I don’t really know how to get started. I don’t know which Start Collecting! Box to get, if any, or which units are best for death, or which Allegiance trait or battalions are good.

I know I would probably like some Vargheists and one of the Mortrarchs plus some skeletons and some Black Knights come in one of the Start Collecting which seems like a good start... I just don’t know how to configure my army or what leaders are valuable or worth it or which units are the best units.

I’ve never seen anyone run Death with vampires. Anyone only seems to care about Nagash and/or Arkhan but I would like to run either Flesh -Eater Courts with some vampire lords or the Mortrarchs (Manfredd or the lady probably) + skeletons.

The vampire knights (Blood Knights) seem good but their kit is bad I’ve heard and i wouldn’t know how to convert them. Vargheists seem good and so do Black Knights but I don’t know which leaders to supplement to them. I’ve heard and seen Grave Guard do amazing things.

I’m just not sure how to put a cohesive vampire themed army together, which battletraits and allegiances are the best to support this idea etc...

Basically I guess I want to min/max but not in the totally optimized “run Nagash noob” way but in the very narrow context of “optimized Vampire army” - but I’m not sure how to accomplish that seeing as how I play Ironjawz and Khorne and I’ve never touched death before.

Any suggestions?

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6 points · 14 days ago

Love how the title is street sword but he's out in the woods.

9 points · 15 days ago

Reflection of something inside the car, because the fine lines of light are undisturbed but everything else seen through the window is distorted by the raindrops on the glass. Also it's far more in focus than the things outside your window that should be miles closer to you than the 'ufo'.

3 points · 15 days ago

I remember it too- I can practically hear him saying it.

Back then, I was a delivery driver for a business run by folks who listened to conservative radio, and the van was often set to that when I got in- so I started listening to it out of curiosity and disgust, to try to understand it. To 'know the enemy' I felt then.

ONE of them said it- I heard it all the time. It might have been Michael Savage though- I'll dig a bit.

2 points · 15 days ago

I've searched under muslanimals and moslanimals and its like the word doesn't exist outside of a few alt right forums, which I have never gone to- yet I KNOW the word and have heard it said in a cocky new yorkish accent!

2 points · 16 days ago

Hours after the attack Trump bragged about how his building, 40 Wall St, was now the tallest building in dt Manhattan after the towers fell. Even though it still wasn't actually the tallest. That says it all about him

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2 points · 16 days ago

You're being downvoted because it's true.

Needing a sharp narrow point to stab is only true if you want to make an optimal stabbing weapon. Anything vaguely pointy can stab you enough to hurt or injure, just not as much as the same effort with a proper stabbing weapon.

I've stabbed myself with all sorts of tools that weren't optimal for stabbing.

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2 points · 17 days ago · edited 17 days ago

Yeah I think the proper science is:

-is it harder than me? - Is it smaller than me? -Is there more force behind it than I am prepared for? Then I can be stabbed by it.

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