This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
3 submissions to audiobooks
3 submissions to videos
3 submissions to whatever
2 submissions to secondamendment
1 submissions to AskVoat
This user has so far shared a total of 10 links, started a total of 6 discussions and submitted a total of 1632 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 7916 and downvoted 1135 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 5474 and downvoted 1827 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
The purpose of the Second Amendment is to pose a viable threat to the military., submitted: 3/7/2018 2:28:13 PM, 142 points (+145|-3)
Given the recent settlement in favor of 3D printed firearms, here's the mostly 3d printed Shuty AP 9, submitted: 7/11/2018 3:24:01 PM, 44 points (+44|-0)
Want Entertainment? Watch Old Re-runs of The Rifleman With Your Kids., submitted: 3/6/2018 3:34:14 PM, 30 points (+31|-1)
Eisenhower Farewell Address; AKA, Warning Military Industrial Complex, submitted: 4/10/2018 2:57:12 PM, 28 points (+29|-1)
The purpose of the Second Amendment is to pose a viable threat to the military. [crosspost], submitted: 3/7/2018 5:07:16 PM, 18 points (+20|-2)
5 lowest rated submissions:
The American Anthrax Conspiracy- Mini Documentary, submitted: 2/15/2018 7:31:14 PM, 1 points (+2|-1)
The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law [With The Second Amendment] [crosspost], submitted: 3/11/2018 8:51:44 PM, 2 points (+2|-0)
Can anyone name one significant event in which Women's Suffrage, in of itself, has benefited society at the state, federal, or global level?, submitted: 7/11/2018 3:11:03 PM, 2 points (+5|-3)
Who Still Denies Electric Currents in Space?, submitted: 4/3/2018 1:00:02 AM, 3 points (+6|-3)
The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law [With The Second Amendment], submitted: 3/11/2018 8:50:45 PM, 3 points (+3|-0)
3 highest rated comments:
NoisyCricket 1 points 60 points 61 points (+61|-1) ago
Interestingly enough, this is how the entire Internet was before the likes of Google and Facebook. Corporate and government interests have wonderfully coordinated to destroy free speech and liberty.
The concept and ideas behind voat used to be every day and most everywhere. Not to be confused with the underlying narrative pushed here. Or that the political environment was the same. Yet even those have always existed in some form or fashion on the Internet.
Anyone who says censorship and fascism doesn't exist need simply look at the history of the Internet to be proved embarrassingly wrong.
NoisyCricket 0 points 51 points 51 points (+51|-0) ago
The dick in their mouth is usally the give away.
CEO to Business Owners: Raise U.S. Wages to Bring Disenfranchised Americans Back into Workforce - instead of demanding that more foreign workers be imported to take white collar & blue collar jobs. submitted by Scrooblemeyer to news
NoisyCricket 2 points 46 points 48 points (+48|-2) ago
But that means raising the American standard of living which completely undermines the Democrat's pro-communism propaganda.
3 lowest rated comments:
NoisyCricket 6 points -4 points 2 points (+2|-6) ago
Cuckolding is when other men screw another man's woman in front/with them.
Cuckqueaning is when a man screws another women in front/with his women.
It's cuckolding which has become, seemingly, popular.
NoisyCricket 5 points -4 points 1 points (+1|-5) ago
But...but... a judge said that illegally legislating from the bench and infringement from the bench is legal when they do it. Cuuzz you know it's legal if a judge says it. Guuuys... don't you understand how the law works? It's like a legal thing. You just don't understand the document of this country, written for all laymen to understand. When judges do it, that it. It's the laaaw man. How do you not get that the US Constitution can be changed at will simply because, like, guys with black robes said it like copacetic and groovy and all that.
You're just bringing me down by not kneeling maaaan... Like, know your place, maaannnn...
NoisyCricket 5 points -3 points 2 points (+2|-5) ago
I don't understand why so many jerkoff to this type of news? It's not as if people haven't burned alive in petrol cars. No ifs about it, batteries store a lot of energy and are certainly a risk. All transportation carries a risk.
Like it or not, Tesla retains one of the highest safety standards of all cars currently available on the market.