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Messages - fuckboi1488

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1) General Discussion / Re: 'Murica thread
« on: October 14, 2017, 09:21:01 AM »

2) General Discussion / Re: 'Murica thread
« on: October 13, 2017, 03:45:50 PM »

I saw the poster for this when I went to see It and started loling right in the lobby

5) General Discussion / Re: 'Murica thread
« on: October 05, 2017, 09:15:59 AM »
That's some Robocop shit.

6) General Discussion / Re: 'Murica thread
« on: October 04, 2017, 07:19:03 PM »
Speaking about the potential of Sirte, the Libyan city where Muammar Gaddafi was killed, Johnson drew gasps and embarrassed laughter from the audience as he said: “There’s a group of UK business people, wonderful guys who want to invest in Sirte, on the coast, near where Gaddafi was actually captured and executed as some of you may have seen.

“And they literally have a brilliant vision to turn Sirte, with the help of the municipality of Sirte, to turn it into the next Dubai.

“The only thing they’ve got to do is clear the dead bodies away and then they’ll be there.”

7) General Discussion / Re: 'Murica thread
« on: October 04, 2017, 07:05:18 PM »
The first person Rosy Valdez met when she left the immigrant detention center in Houston was a middle-aged man, who waited for her in the parking lot holding a photo of her and a stack of documents. The man asked her name in broken Spanish, then led her to his car.

They waited for three other immigrants to emerge, then headed to a fried chicken place. The newly free immigrants chatted about where they were going to live and work. After months of prison food, the chicken tasted “like it came from heaven,” Valdez said.

The stranger paid for their meals, then took the group to a nearby office. There, he and several others had them sign contracts, mostly in English, took their photos and strapped devices about the size of a ’90s-era cell phone around their ankles. “It scared me when I saw how big it was,” said Valdez.

The man was an employee of Libre by Nexus. Since 2013, the Virginia-based company has gotten thousands of immigrants out of detention by arranging for bail bondsmen to post immigration bonds. In exchange, customers pay the company hefty upfront fees and agree to wear GPS-equipped ankle monitors — a privilege for which Libre charges $420 a month, sometimes for years. Valdez asked her name be changed to prevent reprisals from the company.

Valdez, who fled Honduras in 2015 when gang members killed her husband, languished for three months in the Houston Contract Detention Facility with a $10,000 bond she had no way to pay. She was desperate to get out; the chances of winning an asylum case while locked up are abysmally low.

A fellow detainee eventually gave her Libre’s number, and she passed it to a friend in Austin who paid the company $2,500 in upfront charges. Within days she was free, with a court date set for November 2019.

Over the next year, Valdez paid Libre a total of $3,780 for the monitor, money she mostly earned working at a Mexican restaurant and babysitting for friends and family.

At first, Valdez believed she was paying down her $10,000 bond and working toward the day when the ankle monitor would be removed. But a few months after her release, she called Libre to check on her progress and was shocked to hear that the fees were merely a rental charge for the device — she was no closer to being free than the day she was released from detention. To get the monitor removed and settle up with Libre, she’d still have to pay the company $10,000, according to her contract.

9) General Discussion / Re: liberalism
« on: September 29, 2017, 08:55:01 PM »
What if the generals stepped in to save the country from Drumpf? Just a thought I had. Might be pretty good  :thumbsup:

10) General Discussion / Re: liberalism
« on: September 29, 2017, 08:54:18 PM »
thank you generals for maintaining the ideological and technocratic infrastructure that allows imperialism to reproduce itself

11) General Discussion / Re: Trump won and all I can think about is ^adam^
« on: September 29, 2017, 08:53:13 PM »
this thread has the best thread title in forums history maybe

12) General Discussion / Re: Re: Trump won and all I can think about is ^adam^
« on: September 29, 2017, 06:34:26 PM »
Uhhh.  Thinking about banning Ripe from the forums.

edit: Gave Ripe a 100% warning.  The warning level gradually lowers over time and he will be muted until it wears down below 50%.  That is for now, likely will make it permanent.  Really that post is perhaps a matter for the police, ffs, like he's probably full of shit but it seems like he needs to be on a terror watch list or something.

Get Finnish Antifa to find out where he lives.

13) General Discussion / Re: liberalism
« on: September 29, 2017, 01:40:38 PM »

14) General Discussion / Re: RIP Hugh Hefner
« on: September 29, 2017, 01:38:22 PM »
Hugh hef was da MAN!!! Anyone who thinks different is a jealous hater.


You want to suck his old shriveled up dead dick.

15) General Discussion / Re: Former Porn Star Shares Her Experience
« on: September 29, 2017, 07:08:32 AM »
sounds like a lot of people who aren't porn stars -- unfulfilled, depressed, isolated, doesn't know why they're here, uses intoxicants to cope. anti-sex religious morality is a terrible thing imo.

Maybe both mass market pornography, which treats women as disposable commodities to be used and thrown away in service to men, and anti-sex religious morality, which treats women as permanent bio-assets to be used in perpetuity by men and kept in a state of submission to patriarchal authority, are bad.
sure, we could draw that distinction ; porn is just one thing that's being implemented in a suboptimal way as a result of suboptimal capitalism, just like everything else.

It's not "suboptimal capitalism," it's capitalism working as intended. If pornography producers can make more money treating women badly than treating women well (assuming for the sake of argument mass market pornography is not inherently bad for the performers), why would they treat them well? The point of capitalism is to make a profit, not be a humanitarian, and this is reflected everywhere you look in a capitalist society. It's not an accident.

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