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    [–] Did Michael Flynn Jr. just reveal something very, very important about the Russia investigation? thirdegree 2 points ago in politics

    If you're ever wondering "how did the Dems go wrong", read your own post. They went wrong by trying to appease the irredeemable.

    [–] What is associated with intelligence that shouldn't be? thirdegree 1 points ago in AskReddit

    God created everything. "Natural affect[s]" are entirely blamable on him. Suffering, all of it, is a result of his action (and inaction). He created the worst of humanity (and the best, but also the worst).

    Lots of christian ideas were pagan ideas first. Like most of the major holidays.

    [–] Syntax error, whats wrong? thirdegree 3 points ago * (lasted edited 4 days ago) in learnpython

    The single quote in symbol_image_map['XL... is ending the first quote at print 'crypto... . Either replace the outer set of quotes or the inner set of quotes with double quotes and it should work fine.

    Edit: If you look at the pastebin you post, the syntax highlighting shows this. Notice how the letters change from blue to black right after the second single quote, then back to blue again after the third.

    [–] Gmail hack thirdegree 7 points ago in google

    Heads up, if you ping more than 3 people in a comment none of them get pinged.

    [–] Family Graph? thirdegree 4 points ago in ProgrammerHumor

    I agree. Assertions shouldn't be for things that ought not happen, assertions should be for things that must not happen. Someone marrying their child ought not happen. Someone being their own ancestor must not happen (because it's impossible).

    [–] What is associated with intelligence that shouldn't be? thirdegree 2 points ago in AskReddit

    I more talking about the phrasing. Jesus didn't come to earth to die for our sins, he came to earth to be brutally tortured, humiliated, and executed to atone for our sins. That's what it took to appease God. The brutal murder of the only innocent human being. That's not a god you worship, that's the end boss of the next Gods of War.

    [–] What is associated with intelligence that shouldn't be? thirdegree 1 points ago in AskReddit

    House MD, Sherlock, Lie to me, it occurs to me that I'm just naming shows I like at this point.

    [–] What is associated with intelligence that shouldn't be? thirdegree 2 points ago in AskReddit

    I definitely had this association when I lived in the states. I knew it wasn't true, obviously, but my first instinct generally was "listen to that guy".

    Then I moved to europe and my primary contact with british accents became stag and hen parties.

    I... don't have that association anymore.

    [–] What is associated with intelligence that shouldn't be? thirdegree 4 points ago in AskReddit

    God came to earth to die be brutally tortured and sacrificed to appease himself and to raise from the dead so that we can be good with spend eternity showering him with praise him again.

    Everyone seems to gloss over how God's greatest act of love was a human sacrifice.

    [–] What is associated with intelligence that shouldn't be? thirdegree 2 points ago in AskReddit

    I was definitely born with bad eyesight, but also I've definitely massively contributed to my currently godawful eyesight by the amount of time I've spent/continue to spend in front of computer screens.

    [–] Russia Saves Europe thirdegree 216 points ago in polandball

    Completely indefensible but completely unassailable for basically the same reasons.

    [–] Militarized Cops At Tiny Georgia Neo-Nazi Rally Arrest Counterprotesters For Wearing Masks thirdegree 24 points ago in politics

    0) Sorry for the long time between replies, went out for lunch.

    1) No contest, no disagreement.

    2) This is not what you were arguing. You said nothing about the number of people killed, you said almost all terrorists were muslim. If you want to argue something else, fine, but concede your original argument first.

    3) No, I don't watch news. I generally read it. 24 hour news is one of the worst inventions we've managed to come up with.

    Minor point, but Islamic terrorism is right wing terrorism. They're not jihading in the name of women's rights or education after all.

    And my apologizes on another minor point, I assumed in a sub dedicated to US politics you were speaking about the US. I clearly didn't understand the thrust of your argument.

    (Last point, I disagree with the other guy's criticism of wikipedia. It's a fine source so long as you check its sources for validity. )