Profile overview for snowmelts.
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This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

11 submissions to news

4 submissions to altright

2 submissions to voatdev

2 submissions to whatever

2 submissions to Memes

This user has so far shared a total of 23 links, started a total of 4 discussions and submitted a total of 112 comments.

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Submissions: This user has upvoted 103 and downvoted 12 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 342 and downvoted 24 comments.

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Girl gang raped with hot curling iron still lives with gang member 20 years later submitted by HunkaHunka to news

snowmelts 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago

The fact that anyone involved in this heinous crime are allowed to see the light of day shows how flawed our legal system is. People are doing life sentences for marijuana charges and white collar crimes. While this sicko has a family with one of his victims. Edit: I don't care if he was a kid. Anyone capable of this shouldn't be allowed to be in society. We give children all these privileges, expose them to adult stuff but when they commit crimes all the sudden they are just kids, bullshit.

Found a picture of the Reddit server... submitted by ToTheMoonAlice to funny

snowmelts 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago

I hadn't looked at Reddit in about a month. The first 3 top pages were just inciting hatred for the president. I wasn't logged in but I can't believe the narrative being pushed. No wonder Trump is calling the MSM fake news.

Remember all those 80s apocalyptic movies like Robocop with the newschannels blaring bullshit 24/7 and world ruled by ruthless corporations? That's EXACTLY how the future turned out submitted by eqi397 to whatever

snowmelts 1 points 12 points (+13|-1) ago

Last night I watched V: The complete series from 1983 about the "visitors" who ended up being reptiles using us for our food and water. They took over the media and called true news "terrorism". I remember being a kid and seeing the flyers for it. They didn't say it was for a TV mini-series.

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Caught my therapist filling out a survey from DHS, specifically about me. Anyone else? Am I right to be paranoid? submitted by AutisticInTech to AskVoat

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

I would ask for all my medical records, if your concerned about tipping anyone off tell them you want to try private therapy. There is a therapy for PTSD called EMR, it works with eye movement and reminds me to much of Scientology e-meters. It is something you could say you were looking into though and you need your records. There is no law against talking about your therapy, the NDA keeps the therapist from disclosing unless it was a group session and you are disclosing other patients information. I would write a narrative like you have here and attach it to your records. Give it to someone you trust. I think it is probably just standard procedure to fill those forms out with vets but it's good to protect yourself. I am not sure what a lawyer could do unless this therapist actually disclosed your private information. I certainly wouldn't go back there though.

Official Canary Notice submitted by Voat to announcements

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

Depending on your mobile browser but with Firefox click the 3 dot menu and check off "Request Desktop Site". You can then see the sidebar.

Account Deleted By User submitted by HapaGoddess420 to altright

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

I didn't think anything would get me to vote for Trump. I hadn't actually read what his political views were, I just didn't like him. Once I realized it was him against Hillary, I ate my words. I began to read his political views instead of the rhetoric. I realized at least on paper he represented most of my views. I think a lot of people had the same experience.