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    [–] I see no point in having to manually loot currency/items theyetisc2 1 points ago in Sekiro

    So leave them on the corpses, and don't send them to stock until a rest?

    Doesn't make any sense in a game being released in 2019. This sort of stuff has been solved for over a decade.

    [–] Following Monsanto, Exxon Could Be Next US Corporation to Face EU Lobby Ban. "It is the overwhelming consensus of experts studying the history of fossil fuel funding that companies, including ExxonMobil, have orchestrated, funded and perpetuated climate misinformation" theyetisc2 26 points ago in Futurology

    Strong government is the ONLY thing protecting you from complete and total corporate domination.

    Why else would the corporate party in the US be so adamant about dismantling the government's power and empowering corporations?

    The government is us, that is the entire fucking point of democracy.

    We have a say in government, do not listen to anyone who says we should dismantle the government.

    [–] Royal Navy officer caught on tape: “no such thing as mental health” theyetisc2 75 points ago in news

    That part of the military always made me sick. They always say of thing and do the exact opposite.

    Have integrity, be beyond reproach!!! Now lie on these reports so that we don't have to deal with battalion command.

    [–] Royal Navy officer caught on tape: “no such thing as mental health” theyetisc2 28 points ago in news

    There's a difference between being skeptical of something new, like when vaccines were first invented, and were making the transition from inoculation.

    And being skeptical of mountains of evidence, including your own experience.

    People scared of the original vaccines were accustomed to inoculation, which could in fact kill you.

    They had good reason to be afraid, because vaccines were untested and new.

    [–] Could you imagine?? theyetisc2 13 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    What in the fuck does that have to do with asking a hostile foreign power to attack the united states of america?

    [–] Special counsel Mueller has submitted a report to the attorney general, signaling the end of his Russia investigation theyetisc2 6 points ago in worldnews

    And that the current AG is a Trump pawn who literally said,

    He alone is the executive branch

    As such, he is the sole repository of all Executive powers conferred by the Constitution.

    Thus, the full measure of law enforcement authority is placed in the president’s hands, and no limit is placed on the kinds of cases subject to his control and supervision,

    Basically, "Trump can do whatever the fuck he wants, whenever he wants, with/to whomever he wants in law enforcement and there's nothing you dems can do about it!!! Nana-na-booboo! STICK YER HEAD IN DOODOO!!!!"

    [–] Special counsel Mueller has submitted a report to the attorney general, signaling the end of his Russia investigation theyetisc2 -2 points ago in worldnews

    Until the entirety of the GOP is absolutely destroyed, wiped from the face of the earth, we will NEVER put this behind us.

    We never addressed Nixon's crimes, or Reagan's, or bush's, or bush's, and thus we have trump.

    We will never be able to move forward so long as their is an entire wing of the political spectrum wholly devoted to corruption.

    [–] Special counsel Mueller has submitted a report to the attorney general, signaling the end of his Russia investigation theyetisc2 0 points ago in worldnews

    People are more convinced by 1 strong argument than 10 weak ones. Just give the strongest example.

    Not really, they won't be convinced no matter the evidence provided, that should be clear by now.

    Also, treason has a very specific definition

    Only when you're arguing bullshit semantics, and talking about the "legal definition."

    Anyone being intellectually honest can admit trump is a treasonous piece of shit, giving aid and comfort to the enemy. And that declared war is a thing that's long since passed.

    I mean we've been at war with iraq and afghanistan for over 15 years, yet we aren't "technically at war."

    [–] Special counsel Mueller has submitted a report to the attorney general, signaling the end of his Russia investigation theyetisc2 1 points ago in worldnews

    Not all of them are paid, in fact the vast majority are not.

    That's the beauty of the cult that the russo-republican base has cultivated.

    Their true believers now carry out the work for free.

    The paid workers and bots just provide a guiding hand, and push the true believers in the "right" direction.

    [–] A bit of a risk, ($1000+) but it sure paid off! - D2 theyetisc2 7 points ago in thedivision

    None of those things you listed include the transit time between them.

    If you're getting 8 hours of sleep, you're also doing 10-30 minutes of hygiene before/after sleeping (or you should be... brush ur fkkn teeth. Wash yo ass).

    You also need to get dressed.

    You also need to walk from room to room.

    You also need to drive to work, walk in to the office, get gas, buy groceries, other transit items.

    None of these things I would consider "chores."

    Chores is doing laundry, washing the dishes, mowing the lawn, tending the garden, washing the floors, and that sort of shit.

    2 hours to eat is generous... I guess. But you're getting 1 hour a day at work no matter what to eat, period.

    So then you also need to make/eat breakfast, and make/eat dinner.

    You can't really budget time the same way you can with money. Things take as long as they do, and you can't just stop midway through a drive to work and say, "That's it! Spent all my driving time for the day, time to start work!" Because you aren't at work yet.

    [–] Gay Pride (New York City), circa 1974 theyetisc2 1 points ago in OldSchoolCool

    The people who talk about how men will use trans as an excuse to spy on women in the bathroom are really saying more about themselves than they are about trans people.

    And I'm not just talking about the obvious admission of bigotry, but also the fact that their minds go straight to, "how could I be a sexual deviant???"

    Like.... It is genuinely super fucking creepy how all those crusty old republicans talk about spying on women pissing as if it's something that everyone is in to, or wants to do. And they always make it sound like they wish they had an excuse to do it.

    [–] Gay Pride (New York City), circa 1974 theyetisc2 9 points ago in OldSchoolCool

    An entire political party hell bent on the denial of basic human rights merely because of sexual orientation.

    Never forget that the republicans were, and still are, fighting against gay marriage as recently as 2015.

    They made it a keystone of their platform in 2000, 2004 and 2008.

    They're disgusting, hateful, simple minded bigots.

    The GOP has made it their goal to establish religious laws in flagrant violation of the constitution. The gop must be destroyed in order to protect our constitution and the country it forms.

    The GOP represents bigots and bigotry, period.

    [–] Gay Pride (New York City), circa 1974 theyetisc2 105 points ago in OldSchoolCool

    Little more than a madlad when it might get your kid beat to death, lynched, or dragged to death.

    I don't think many of the younger people on Reddit realize just how recently the (majority) of the US had a culture similar in values to the modern middle East.

    [–] TIL Adolf Hitler spent years evading taxes and owed German authorities 405,000 Reichsmarks, equivalent to $8 million today. Soon after he took power, He was declared free of tax obligations. theyetisc2 -1 points ago in todayilearned

    Invisible to most Americans....even though we lived through 8 fucking years of it during the Bush admin that left the global economy in free fall....

    So sick of people saying stuff like, "we had no idea!"

    Bitch please, the gop has been the gop for the last 60+ years.

    [–] TIL Adolf Hitler spent years evading taxes and owed German authorities 405,000 Reichsmarks, equivalent to $8 million today. Soon after he took power, He was declared free of tax obligations. theyetisc2 1 points ago in todayilearned

    One of my pet conspiracy theories is that trump pimps his daughters out, and has for most of their lives.

    I mean does it really seem like something he wouldn't do?

    Only argument I could come up against it, was that he wouldn't want other people tarnishing "his holes."

    (Also surprised it isn't a more widely discussed conspiracy theory.....but then, the right-wing has seemingly took control of all conspiracy theory channels of discussion, and all conspiracy theorists seem to be brainwashed to believe the right-wing are magical good guys....)

    [–] Many Nambians died for this info. theyetisc2 3 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    Iraq was treason.

    Bush and co falsified intelligence and straight lied about ends, al qeadas relationship with Saddam, and numerous other things.

    All so Bush could settle a family score, by spending America resources and lives. And so that Cheney, Rumsfeld, and other republicans could make hundreds of billions in no bid contacts rebuilding Iraq.

    It was a complete sellout of the United States military to private interests. Those private interests also happened to be in the white house at the time, but that just makes it even worse.

    [–] Many Nambians died for this info. theyetisc2 4 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    That isn't due to the constitution, that is due to conservatives wanting areas that they can treat like literal principalities.

    The constitution has mechanisms for statehood.

    [–] Many Nambians died for this info. theyetisc2 6 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    What are you talking about?

    The constitution was written in such a way as to be a living document that changed.

    This is not a failure of our constitution, it is a failure to follow our constitution.

    The GOP has quite literally campaigned on attacking the constitution.... What do you think passing religious laws is? Or campaigning on appointing political operatives to the supreme court?

    The problem is the GOP, not our constitution.

    [–] Many Nambians died for this info. theyetisc2 3 points ago in PoliticalHumor

    Those of us who remember the Bush admin are doing one of those, "we're disappointed," parent faces.

    Been trying to tell people for nigh on 20 years that the problem is republicans, period.

    You wanna know how many times I've been told, "both sides?"

    Ya... People are fucking stupid.