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He claims he was woke before it was fashionable and paid a huge price for it.  He literally said that in a video on YouTube.
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Yeah, American women are already being fucking RAPED by the goddamn Afghan "Refugees".
They are just getting started. 
Cover your women.
Cover your goats.


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In a nutshell, I don't need a company to tell me how to behave. I don't need a company to tell me what to think. I don't need a company to tell me what
to feel. I don't need some bullshit company to tell me how to treat people or how to play a game.  I had wonderful parents that
taught me those things.  I also grew up with diverse friendships from a very young age. This extended all the way through adulthood, values
that transcended continents. I stress this occurred before "they" decided to try to "teach" me how I was supposed to approach life.
I was actually disappointed that WOTC managed to alter my perspective on TTRPG. These people are ass hats.

Hear! Hear! I'm not from the States, but if I were, I would be considered a minority there. And yet, I absolutely despise when people of my skin colour are shoehorned into settings that don't align, or am told what is correct think when I don't find the indicated presumptions offensive. It's annoying to the point that I feel I'd go crazy with paranoia if I were to follow these "guidelines".
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I like his Houses of the Blooded game. My old group in Montreal had tons of fun with it.

Otherwise I don’t have too much to say about this. Has he been virtue signaling about what a good and wholesome person he is at all times? If so he’s probably a massive hypocrite, but I honestly never caught how he presented himself online.
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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/fort-bliss-female-military-service-member-assaulted-by-afghan-evacuees-fbi-investigating/ar-AAOOhbh?ocid=spartanntp

The guilty Afghan bastards that RAPED the American woman should be promptly fucking strung up and hung.

But, mind it, only if he is Afghan. If he is American - or from Ecuador if it matters - he gets a pass.
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It must be nice to life in a World where you invade enemy countries due to their leaders but you are not responsible at all for their population. So relaxing and mindless... I guess this sums up Biden too.
Oggsmash, stop invading foreign nations. You're making Reckall uncomfortable.

  No shit.  I vote against all the invaders, and now I am responsible.  Not sure he understands a thing.

Let's say that you are not sure in a general sense.
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  IF I scream at someone to not fuck something up, over and over, and they go and fuck it up, I do not understand how I am responsible.

So, you were against going in Afghanistan after 9/11?

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  Mindless is thinking the political class in any way represents the population in the USA.

Then maybe the "population in the USA" has some work to do.
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It must be nice to life in a World where you invade enemy countries due to their leaders but you are not responsible at all for their population. So relaxing and mindless... I guess this sums up Biden too.
Oggsmash, stop invading foreign nations. You're making Reckall uncomfortable.
Seeing eggs on someone's face makes me uncomfortable, yes :D
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The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Covid, the "lockdowns" etc.
« Last post by Pat on Today at 09:06:02 PM »
The Oklahoma overcapacity story WAS correct though. This isn't coming from the media or Fauci, the hospitals themselves are in fact reporting their ICUs are overfull.

I mean if you are so convinced they're all lying (but in some way not coordinating that lie across the nation coincidentally only in the hotspot areas) why don't you visit a hospital in those areas and ask them?

Oh right, easier to just pretend it's all fine, we're all fine here, nothing to see, move along citizen.
Aren't you the same person who claimed the entire nation's hospital system was overwhelmed, when only two cities were having capacity problems? (Hint: One of them was LA.) That was the same period when most hospitals were worrying about their finances because elective surgeries were canceled and patients were staying away, and there were widespread reports of hospitals furloughing workers, and some even closed down?

Yes you were. So why should we trust your statements? You have a history of taking isolated problems and claiming they're endemic.

Now last I checked (weeks ago), this latest surge was causing capacity problems across much of the south. But you're not a credible source.
Last couple of weeks have been much better for EDs & ICUs in central Florida. Late July, all of August, and the first week of September were ugly.
You on the other hand are a reasonably credible source on this topic.
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The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Covid, the "lockdowns" etc.
« Last post by HappyDaze on Today at 08:39:43 PM »
The Oklahoma overcapacity story WAS correct though. This isn't coming from the media or Fauci, the hospitals themselves are in fact reporting their ICUs are overfull.

I mean if you are so convinced they're all lying (but in some way not coordinating that lie across the nation coincidentally only in the hotspot areas) why don't you visit a hospital in those areas and ask them?

Oh right, easier to just pretend it's all fine, we're all fine here, nothing to see, move along citizen.
Aren't you the same person who claimed the entire nation's hospital system was overwhelmed, when only two cities were having capacity problems? (Hint: One of them was LA.) That was the same period when most hospitals were worrying about their finances because elective surgeries were canceled and patients were staying away, and there were widespread reports of hospitals furloughing workers, and some even closed down?

Yes you were. So why should we trust your statements? You have a history of taking isolated problems and claiming they're endemic.

Now last I checked (weeks ago), this latest surge was causing capacity problems across much of the south. But you're not a credible source.
Last couple of weeks have been much better for EDs & ICUs in central Florida. Late July, all of August, and the first week of September were ugly.
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The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Covid, the "lockdowns" etc.
« Last post by HappyDaze on Today at 08:37:45 PM »
I didn't mention the Government. This is hospitals saying it. Directly. Nurses and doctors, with a picture of them setting up ICU beds in hallways.

But tell me how there is a national grand secret conspiracy of hospitals across the national, all coincidentally in the hotspots for Covid, reporting how they are out of ICU beds when you claim they're not for...reasons I guess?
Funny, I seem to remember a recent story carried by many major media outlets, about how Oklahoma was overrun with people who ODed on ivermectin. Or all the journalists who claimed that Rogan took horse paste. Except those turned out to to be a big fucking lies, didn't they? Or how about earlier in the pandemic when the newspapers were running stories about bodies being stacked up in NYC, yet all the photos were from Italy?

There's no need for a conspiracy, when so many people live in a world of alternate facts generated by the sycophantic media.

Yes the ivermectin stories were not correct.

The ivermectin stories were not correct.
The Oklahomoa overcapacity story was not correct.
Fauci has been incorrect multiple times over the course of the pandemic, has admitted he lied, and is still the government spokesman for Covid policy.
I'm sure there's more I've missed. I need to go over all the Covid craziness and do a summary.

It's the pushing of a narrative, not a super duper conspiracy. It means that media and government will run with any story that seems pro-vaxx, and downplay anything vaxx-critical.

 This isn't coming from the media or Fauci, the hospitals themselves are in fact reporting their ICUs are overfull.

I mean if you are so convinced they're all lying (but in some way not coordinating that lie across the nation coincidentally only in the hotspot areas) why don't you visit a hospital in those areas and ask them?

Oh right, easier to just pretend it's all fine, we're all fine here, nothing to see, move along citizen.
If a hospital is reporting that they are overcapacity then it's unlikely they will be open for casually inquisitive visitors.
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