Please help contribute to the Reddit categorization project here

    dank-nuggetz

    + friends - friends
    9,222 link karma
    36,730 comment karma
    send message redditor for

    [–] Dokiiiiiii dank-nuggetz 0 points ago in Rainbow6

    We must eradicate the weebs

    [–] Bernie has a plan for that! dank-nuggetz 1 points ago in SandersForPresident

    So how do you propose we fund a general election campaign when the GOP is set to spend well over a billion dollars? I mean it's fucked that a general election costs that much, but it is what it is and we can't fix it now.

    You can't raise enough money from small donors to compete with their super PACs. So how do you propose we do it?

    [–] Mookie Betts to WEEI: ‘For people who don’t think I like it here, I love it here.’ Describes Boston as his second home, and says his family loves coming to Boston. dank-nuggetz 45 points ago in redsox

    Though at the end of the day, it makes me question when players say that winning a championship is their only goal or primary goal.

    It's obviously not. We've been so spoiled by Brady honestly. If I'm a player like a Mahomes or a Betts, a young superstar about to get paid out the ass, I would look at Brady and see how he has amassed a lot more than just money. He's the GOAT. He's an international icon. He's a brand. By taking a paycut year after year to give his team the competitive edge to win titles, he's elevated himself to God status.

    If I was going to make obscene money either way, I'd rather make $300 million over the course of my career and win 5 or 6 titles than make $400 million and not win shit. I'm still filthy rich beyond my wildest dreams, but on top of that I'm a fucking winner who will be remembered in this city forever.

    Mookie is a super talented ballplayer and could be the part of multiple championships over the next 10-12 years if he decided to take a hometown discount. I suspect he won't though, and he'll go to a middling team with money to spend and the rest of his career will be ultimately irrelevant in the distant future.

    I know what I would choose. I understand there's more to it than that, but that's my take anyway lol

    [–] Junkrift gameplay (anti-turtle) dank-nuggetz 6 points ago in FortNiteBR

    Lmao RIP Fortnite, you had a good run

    [–] Bernie Sanders Sent a Bunch of Pizzas to the Coal Miners Blocking a Train in Kentucky dank-nuggetz 13 points ago in politics

    Eh, I'm not going to go that far. A lot of Bernie supporters are independents who have varied ideals and aren't confined to the two party system. Hillary vs. Bernie was neoliberalism vs. progressivism. It was endless war vs. reducing military action abroad. It was unfettered global trade vs. preserving American jobs. It was the war on drugs vs. ending the war on drugs. It was letting big money rule politics vs. getting rid of money in politics. It was NSA surveillance vs. protecting personal privacy.

    Hillary and Bernie starkly contrasted in many, many ways. Warren and Bernie align basically 95% on the issues. It's a much easier choice this time around.

    [–] Bernie Sanders Sent a Bunch of Pizzas to the Coal Miners Blocking a Train in Kentucky dank-nuggetz 25 points ago in politics

    Warren is a fantastic choice if Bernie doesn't get the nod, and I would do everything in my power to get her elected. Bern is my 1st choice and I don't see that changing, but I love what Liz brings to the table. Any Sanders supporter who wouldn't support her in the general is a fraud. This ain't Hillary 2.0

    [–] Bernie Sanders Sent a Bunch of Pizzas to the Coal Miners Blocking a Train in Kentucky dank-nuggetz 4 points ago in politics

    They need to push Sanders and Warren further on climate change and love

    Lol you don't need to push either of them further on Climate Change. Bernie talks about it non-stop as the biggest crisis we're currently facing.

    Williamson is a fun meme but she really has no place on that stage. Imagining that woman as Commander in Chief is a terrifying prospect.

    [–] Citing mental illness is a cop-out. Ban assault weapons now dank-nuggetz 9 points ago in politics

    We need to repeal the Second Amendment.

    Hopefully you understand this will never, ever happen?

    [–] Citing mental illness is a cop-out. Ban assault weapons now dank-nuggetz 3 points ago in politics

    Yeah cause a gun is the only way to kill yourself.

    The best way to prevent suicide is accessible mental health counseling and improving the quality of life for the lower/working class.

    [–] Poll: Warren jumps over Sanders for second place behind Biden dank-nuggetz 1 points ago in politics

    Last week, an A rated poll also had him at 20% and beating Warren. So I guess we should just say he's polling at 20%? No, you look at the average.

    You're being intentionally obtuse. Goodbye.

    [–] Poll: Warren jumps over Sanders for second place behind Biden dank-nuggetz 1 points ago in politics

    Saying "he's polling at 10%" implies that 10% is about his average across multiple polls. If you want to say "a poll just came out that had him at 10%" that's factual and fine. But saying someone is "polling at 10%" has a different implication. He's "polling at" 16%, or 17.2% if you remove this outlier. He's had multiple polls over 20% in the past week. You're intentionally twisting words to fit a narrative.

    Bernie and his supporters are nothing but trash

    Lmao and we're the one's being "toxic and divisive".

    [–] Poll: Warren jumps over Sanders for second place behind Biden dank-nuggetz 6 points ago in politics

    I was actually almost coming around to Bernie

    Sure you were, you asshat. Sure you were.

    [–] Poll: Warren jumps over Sanders for second place behind Biden dank-nuggetz 5 points ago in politics

    This comment is more vitriolic, divisive and destructive than anything I've seen from Bernie supporters.

    [–] Poll: Warren jumps over Sanders for second place behind Biden dank-nuggetz 1 points ago in politics

    He's not polling at 10% smartass. It's one poll. 8 months out from a vote being cast.

    The previous 5 national polls prior to this one from Fox gave Bernie an average of 17.2%, with his lowest being 14%. For Warren, it's a 16.8% average, with a low of 10%. This Fox poll is an outlier, just like the poll that had Warren at 10% is an outlier.

    They are neck and neck, trading back and forth for 2nd place. Out of the last 6 polls including this one, Bernie has beaten her in 3, she's beaten him in 3. It's literally a toss up.

    Nobody said he would win the primaries because of Joe Rogan. I have personally spoken to several people who watched it and came out with a much higher opinion of him than they had before. I don't know if that equals a vote, but it's good PR and image bolstering.

    Your comment is literally nothing but misinformed trash attempting to insult Bernie supporters and drive a wedge between voters. Just stop.

    [–] Poll: Warren jumps over Sanders for second place behind Biden dank-nuggetz 7 points ago in politics

    Not mad, it's just a stupid ass comment.

    There were polls this week that had Bernie at 20 and Warren around 10-15. Polls are useless at this point, there's absolutely no point in paying attention to them. Biden is clearly in front, Bernie and Warren are jockeying for 2nd place. It's really that simple.

    This basically sounds like a Trump supporter mocking the "match me!" comments from 2016 (which was part of a fundraising effort that outraised Clinton 4 months in a row). It's not in good faith, and as much as Bernie supporters get unfairly shit on for party division, it's people like this actually causing harm with unhelpful and snide comments.

    [–] Poll: Warren jumps over Sanders for second place behind Biden dank-nuggetz 1 points ago in politics

    It will be really interesting to see where the support goes from all the 1-3% candidates. From what I've read, Bernie is the de-facto 2nd choice for Gabbard and Yang supporters, and likely Williamson as well. It's not a ton of people, but it could be enough to push one candidate over another.

    [–] Bernie's Having a Good Day on r/politics dank-nuggetz 20 points ago in SandersForPresident

    I posted the Hill article yesterday about the NH poll to r/politics. Was expecting a few upvotes, mixed comments and basically for it to die in new.

    75k upvotes and 6000+ comments, not to mention 15 awards. Yesterday was quite a whirlwind lol I didn't get any work done.

    The energy is there! Seemed like the comment ratio was 75 good/25 bad, but it was hard to keep up with my inbox. Lotta Trump trolls too lmao

    [–] Why Bernie Sanders Is Absolutely Correct About the Washington Post—and Corporate Media Overall dank-nuggetz 13 points ago in politics

    My mother called me the other day to check in and talk politics and the first thing she brought up was "I heard Bernie bombed the Iowa fair". I asked her why she thought that and she said "I read in the Times that he didn't talk to anyone and was grumpy and kept to himself". I sent her clips of him talking to a huge audience, pictures of him shaking hands, etc. She then said "well why did they say he didn't talk to anyone?"

    My mother is in her 60's and is in many many ways a smart and tuned in lady. But she has a hard time navigating 2019 media. Those headlines are meant to be read once and then believed as true. Most people don't dive into articles and then just read headlines or the first paragraph- these outlets know that.

    "He spoke to almost no one." is the first tabbed line of the article. It gives the impression that nobody cared he was there, and nobody came to see him speak.

    [–] Why Bernie Sanders Is Absolutely Correct About the Washington Post—and Corporate Media Overall dank-nuggetz 5 points ago in politics

    A good first step would be to re-instate, and harshly enforce the fairness doctrine. This is largely the reason why Fox News is allowed to run a news show with 4 right wing pundits all shitting on Democrats and liberal ideals.

    "The fairness doctrine had two basic elements: It required broadcasters to devote some of their airtime to discussing controversial matters of public interest, and to air contrasting views regarding those matters. Stations were given wide latitude as to how to provide contrasting views: It could be done through news segments, public affairs shows, or editorials. The doctrine did not require equal time for opposing views but required that contrasting viewpoints be presented. The demise of this FCC rule has been considered by some to be a contributing factor for the rising level of party polarization in the United States."