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This user has so far shared a total of 21 links, started a total of 4 discussions and submitted a total of 661 comments.

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2nd Suggestion? (Totalitarianism never hurt children, right?), submitted: 2/18/2018 4:18:27 AM, 148 points (+150|-2)

ShareBlue & Seth Rich, submitted: 5/25/2017 4:25:08 PM, 111 points (+111|-0)

I Was Once Transgender. Why I Think Trump Made the Right Decision for the Military., submitted: 7/26/2017 10:03:54 PM, 29 points (+29|-0)

It's white. It's a house. What difference does it make?, submitted: 1/21/2018 5:19:35 AM, 27 points (+28|-1)

How Ukraine, McCain and Charlottesville are connected to overthrow Trump, submitted: 8/15/2017 2:20:27 AM, 12 points (+12|-0)

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Ain't I Right - American Anti-Communist song, submitted: 8/15/2017 5:31:56 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)

Murderers & Thieves Sold Out America, trade adjustment & federal funds rate (Gerald Celente), submitted: 4/9/2018 5:47:09 AM, 1 points (+2|-1)

Russian lawyer alleged that if Mueller never questions her, it would mean that investigation is "not working to discover the truth.", submitted: 4/23/2018 2:28:50 AM, 2 points (+3|-1)

What Pisses Me Off About The "Release The Memo" Scandal, submitted: 1/30/2018 5:56:31 PM, 2 points (+2|-0)

Obama's Deep State Swamp Found, submitted: 1/8/2018 4:17:49 AM, 2 points (+2|-0)

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Account Deleted By User submitted by Kekfashy to funny

logos_ethos 1 points 23 points (+24|-1) ago

Straight frat boy like behavior is not tolerated in the workplace, and neither is the gay equivalent. Unfortunately, the left has made it difficult to tell gay people to tone it down without negative repercussions.

Opps, Migrant caught publically fucking a pony at the childrens zoo. Arrested and there's pictures LOL submitted by beece to news

logos_ethos 0 points 21 points (+21|-0) ago

This might be why:

Numerous studies show that male behavior is heavily influenced by the operational sex ratio–or the ratio between fertile females and sexually active males. If male and female numbers are equal then the best strategy is for a male to find a female, pair off, and protect/provide for his own kids. If there are more fertile females than males, the best mating strategy for males is to put less resources caring for their kids and more resources trying to mate with multiple females. (note l: urban blacks in America fall into this category because of the amount of young black males either in prison or killed by other black males. result is that black males spend more time chasing other women and less time being fathers) (note 2: possibly bigamy became common in these societies to prevent the excess of available females from encouraging men to sleep around instead of be fathers)

If there are more males than females, the males that have mates get obsessed with protecting them from the surplus males, who form rape gangs to try to get access to the smaller numbers of females. In polygamous societies, every man that has two wives creates a man who can never mate unless he rapes. Bigamy effectively turns a balanced operational sex ratio into a heavily male-biased one. Islam is a codified set of behaviors for protecting females from rape gangs (burka, can’t go outside without male guardian) and exporting the surplus males to neighboring societies so they don’t bother the local females (jihad). That is, essentially, Islam–a code of behaviors designed by a guy with multiple wives in a bigamous society to keep womanless men away from his wives.

The surplus males generated by bigamy are told, “These women are off-limits; they’re spoken for by more powerful men in your society. If you want to get laid, your only option is to go out and conquer something and take their women.” This is how Islam spread so quickly in its first few centuries and this is the driving force behind the huge amount of young men flooding into Europe today. They are not refugees, they are sex tourists. It should be no surprise they are so rapey.

Source: https://kek.gg/i/7bDkWF.png

Candace Owens: "The Left would like their slaves back" submitted by maninapaperhat to videos

logos_ethos 1 points 19 points (+20|-1) ago

They play/own both sides. In 2008, our choice was McCain or Obama. Different teams/uniforms, same owner. As long as we are fighting among ourselves, we are not looking at the people who actually change things.

3 lowest rated comments:

I wonder how the whole transcription, translation system evolved. Do ribosomes predate DNA? Did RNA polymerase just pop up one day and start printing strands of mRNA? submitted by Hydrocephalus to science

logos_ethos 3 points -3 points (+0|-3) ago

I suppose that I can say that creationism is a self-centered view that nothing mattered before you were born. The universe, which has a large history on its own, was just created recently by someone who has you in mind, so there is no need to consider that you might be the immaterial byproduct of an unfathomably long running process that has practically nothing to do with you. By the way, when you are looking at the stars in the sky, you are viewing the past. Light takes time to travel. The more light that we can collect, the further we can see back in time. You can look at pictures of the universe's distant past, and we do not see a deity's hand at work.

A smooth surface is more ordered than a rough/random surface. The smoothness was created with a long running mechanical process, kind of like evolution produces more ordered things from less ordered things over a very long time frame. The difference with evolution is that the mechanical process deals with (mostly) imperceivable changes during reproduction, not with subtracting imperceivable amounts of material.

Reproduction mechanisms do not have to retain compatibility with other organisms. Sometimes, adaptations preclude the ability to do things that were once, but no longer, necessary.

I wonder how the whole transcription, translation system evolved. Do ribosomes predate DNA? Did RNA polymerase just pop up one day and start printing strands of mRNA? submitted by Hydrocephalus to science

logos_ethos 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago

You are trying to connect a basic observation about reproduction to a discussion of morality, in a child like way, I might add. Evolution does not violate cause and effect. Only when you add an unnecessary creator into the picture does cause and effect become violated.

Evolution is why a new flu vaccine is created every season. Do you think that a creator is making a new strain of flu every year? We have the science of evolution to understand life. The medical field uses it because it works. It does not violate laws of physics. The thermodynamics argument that you used applies to a closed system that does not receive additional energy. The ecosystem on Earth receives an abundance of energy from the sun, which is why that argument does not apply.

You talk about immoral actions. Have you read the Old Testament? To quote Richard Dawkins:

The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character in all fiction: jealous and proud of it; a petty, unjust, unforgiving control-freak; a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser; a misogynistic, homophobic, racist, infanticidal, genocidal, filicidal, pestilential, megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully.

If the God of the Old Testament were a person, any moral nation would give him the death penalty.

I used the erosion of a rock via water as an example of how a long running and imperceptible process is real, even if you cannot perceive changes while watching this process right in front of you. The smoothness part of this metaphor assumes that smoothness was a goal in contrast to the rough shape that rocks normally have. The metaphor was not intended to have more meaning beyond this. Metaphors are limited like that.

I am just describing reproduction as it is commonly understood. Thinks like this picture are far more substantiated than a creator ever will be. If a creator created those things, such a tree would not tie together neatly like that. Also, we have a fossil record to prove this. Evolution is falsifiable. All it takes to falsify evolution is to have the wrong species show up in the wrong part of the timeline. That has not happened, and it would happen frequently if evolution were false.

I wonder how the whole transcription, translation system evolved. Do ribosomes predate DNA? Did RNA polymerase just pop up one day and start printing strands of mRNA? submitted by Hydrocephalus to science

logos_ethos 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

I see no refutation about the medical establishment's use of evolution... I wonder why. Maybe you are not smart enough to address it. Still projecting I see.

Do me a favor. If you ever move away from your church buddies and start to try to use that head of yours to figure things out for yourself, and conclude that creationism and Christianity is a lie, learn a little more about evolution and think about how that simple process works with ideas and cultures. Western culture evolved with Christianity, and if Christianity were to be removed from western culture, western culture's fitness will likely go down. This is bad for all of us, as we are not thoughtfully replacing it with something that can be self-reproduced by the general population. Also do not blame your Christian authority figures for lying to you. Many denominations of Christianity do not subscribe to creationism. Some view science, including evolution, as a discovery of God's works. While faith does not have a physical truth, it does serve as a useful & simple metaphor for many complex interactions within culture. Simplifying the complex so that the simple-minded can make better choices has great value for individuals and society. Christianity needs to evolve to the information age, and ditching creationism should be a top priority if it is going to survive.