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Profile vs. Tagged submitted by AOU to fatpeoplehate

mcsteavy 7 points 8 points (+15|-7) ago

Are you trying to hate on her just for being hot?

This is not a fat person.. Posture could be better in far right picture, if anything. With a chest like that, I might get tired trying to stand perfectly straight too.

How you know FPH is a reddit shit-hole submitted by SaveTheChildren to whatever

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

I'm 1/2 with you on this. After I was b& for a comment where I expressed some dissent over the particular person who was being called fat (comment was +8 voats), I now suspect that FPH may in part be a discredit psyop by shareblue / ctr, intended to cast umbrage on Voat in general. The rest of the participants on the sub must be a combination of skinny-fats and straight-up big-beautfiul-philes.

Powertools for Men submitted by lisafitzgerald to Tools

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

Gas powered chainsaw of a reputable brand, like Stihl. It is louder and smells more, but you won't have to throw it in the garbage when the battery inevitably reaches the end of its life (and the company 'conveniently' no longer sells a replacement, having discontinued the model). A good gas chainsaw, well taken care of, should last a very very long time.

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Label it fake submitted by TREDDITFIRST to funny

mcsteavy 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Saw a few comments and submissions somewhat subtly disparaging Breitbart today. One example, this subtle co-option of an obvious clickbait chest-thumping anti leftist "race politics" sentiment, assuming the "untrustworthiness" of Breitbart as a vettable source.

edit: Link is from imgur, frontpage right meow.

Maybe take the exposure of this horrific pizzagate art up a notch. Sad, but turn their stomachs and maybe it will turn some thick heads. submitted by eckecko to pizzagate

mcsteavy 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Back in November on one of the boards from which the original pizzagate research came (which shall remain nameless), I suggested something like this and was shouted down vehemently. I felt strongly at the time that the opposition was a shill working to steer the narrative away from damning evidence. I still think that this is likely the case. Assuming Pizzagate is to some extent true, it's not much of a leap to suggest that those 'in the know' of the pizzagate activities use art in various forms as tongue in cheek signalling in plain sight.
There is an ad image from Bucks fishing and camping's 10th birthday celebration that, together with their menu, was the first thing that really made the hair on the back of my neck stand up with regards to all of this.

Maybe take the exposure of this horrific pizzagate art up a notch. Sad, but turn their stomachs and maybe it will turn some thick heads. submitted by eckecko to pizzagate

mcsteavy 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

That's the correct image. Underpants shaped napkin on the left, suspect candle placement, cutting a steak with a machete, wording - so suspicious. As for the menu, I was slightly mistaken, it is a review / endorsement from a dining publication which featured some more suspect wording and emphasis. Here is the item in question. The poplar and red-checkered cloth references can be considered suspect due to historical connections to 'religious' rites. I admit that this seems like a stretch but it's the kind of tongue in cheek, plain sight advert that would come across loud and clear to someone 'in the know'.