This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
11 submissions to whatever
3 submissions to politics
1 submissions to theepicawakening
1 submissions to funny
1 submissions to guns
This user has so far shared a total of 8 links, started a total of 9 discussions and submitted a total of 858 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 139 and downvoted 120 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 552 and downvoted 241 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
As soon as Hillary is arrested, the media will suddenly be very concerned about her failing health., submitted: 2/8/2018 5:42:51 PM, 276 points (+277|-1)
Dear Hollywood Actresses .... you have been brainwashed., submitted: 10/11/2017 3:33:30 PM, 73 points (+75|-2)
Lauren Southern needs to visit a Canadian Mosque, submitted: 6/13/2017 3:11:29 PM, 48 points (+50|-2)
School unions protect abusers over children. (Project Veritas), submitted: 5/2/2018 3:17:00 PM, 27 points (+28|-1)
Fake News from South Africa, submitted: 8/31/2018 9:21:14 PM, 21 points (+21|-0)
5 lowest rated submissions:
Great, now the special snowflakes find grades and group projects to be too stressful., submitted: 8/8/2017 10:16:05 PM, 1 points (+2|-1)
Institutional Racism Debunked, submitted: 6/14/2017 1:13:09 AM, 2 points (+2|-0)
Best way to watch the Winter Olympics?, submitted: 1/12/2018 4:10:49 AM, 3 points (+3|-0)
Theory: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a hard right "sleeper", submitted: 11/14/2018 6:55:46 PM, 3 points (+5|-2)
They say "Doomsday", I say Progress., submitted: 1/10/2019 6:06:08 PM, 4 points (+5|-1)
3 highest rated comments:
mostlyfriendly 2 points 162 points 164 points (+164|-2) ago
This sucks. But, as an old fart, let me give you some perspective, if I may:
You learned a valuable lesson today. Your employer will never be loyal to you. (Especially at larger companies.) They may "rah rah rah" about "team" and such but that's all BS.
As such, you don't need to be loyal to them. Your only loyalties should be yourself, your family, and your maker.
With this mindset:
- Don't get caught up in "respect." It's empty and shallow. Do your job, do it well. If you look for or demand respect, you will come across as weak and not deserving of respect. The people who earn respect are the ones who quietly kick ass every day.
- Work an honest day; work hard, but keep a perspective that you are just a cog and this is just a job.
- Be nice; don't be political. It isn't worth it.
- HR isn't your friend.
- Be friendly but make sure you have close friends outside the job. Do well, be nice and don't worry about what others think.
- Know that this is a job. They will come/go. You will survive and be stronger for it.
- ALWAYS better yourself. Never assume that you have "arrived" and you can stop learning and stop improving. The only day you get to stop improving yourself is when you retire.
- Once a year, make a new resume. Even if the job is going great. Look at this like a milestone. What was improved / what was accomplished?
- Work towards financial independence. The more you save, the less you are dependent on the system. If you are always paycheck to paycheck then you are a modern day slave. You can't afford to say "no." The power to say "no" is absolutely amazing.
mostlyfriendly 1 points 64 points 65 points (+65|-1) ago
Don't give girlfriends wife privileges. And ladies, don't give boyfriends husband privileges.
This is really the most excellent thing I've read all day. Perfectly stated.
mostlyfriendly 1 points 60 points 61 points (+61|-1) ago
Don't misunderstand the Chinese.
They (as a people) are not the humanitarians like westerners. They care only to plunder the resources and the labor force. They care only to build in so much as it creates ways to extract the resources they require. They have no dissolution that anything will be maintained once they leave.
From what I've seen and heard (mostly 2nd hand accounts from people I know who have worked at NGOs in Africa) the Chinese are absolutely brutal task masters. They have perfected modern day slavery without anyone figuring out what they are doing. Questions of morality simply don't enter into the equation.
3 lowest rated comments:
mostlyfriendly 6 points -5 points 1 points (+1|-6) ago
Can we just give it back to Mexico? Really seems like more trouble than it is worth.
mostlyfriendly 4 points -3 points 1 points (+1|-4) ago
OK ...let's work through this:
Let's start with two facts that we can probably both agree to:
- Q sent everyone here.
- Voat is probably one of the few widely trafficked open forums that openly asks the JQ.
So, given this, the question of the day is ... in my opinion ... 1 of 3 options:
- Did Q want to redpill his/their followers with the ideas of Voat?
- Did Q want to break Voat's culture and redefine the site?
- Did Q want to find a safe place to land and just believed the 'free speech' angle of Voat would make for a nice platform?
So, let's assume that Q is either:
- A Zionist pied piper as you suggest ... or ...
- America First military intelligence.
(We'll leave off the table that Q could be just a 15 year old kid who is having the best laugh at the world...)
So, assuming: Q = Zionist:
I'd postulate that sending his followers here to crush Voat is FAR too high risk. A puppet master won't risk his creation on a long shot. There are much better ways to kill Voat without risking the whole Q empire...
So, this would suggest that Q is not a Zionist.
So, assuming: Q = America First military inteligence
If we assume Q is 'wise' (as his acolytes would have us believe) then it would seem naive to think that Voat's culture wouldn't rub off on Q's followers. Indeed, we've seen this beginning to happen in just a couple days. So, I can't believe that Q would just see Voat as a harmless 'free speech' platform.
So, by removing the other two options, we are only left with one option:
That Q did send his followers here to ask the JQ, but did it in a way that wouldn't boil the pot right away.
Thoughts? What am I missing in my logic?