Andrew Yang for President 2020

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  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,557
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    “Seconded”
    Pudding in and pudding in--don't feel like methadone. 
  • cincybearcatcincybearcat Posts: 13,448
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I agree with this guy so I'm piling on without adding to the discussion in anyway...ironic isn't it?  Did I use ironic properly?  My generation was hosed by Alanis and we are never really sure.
    hippiemom = goodness
  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon In My PlacePosts: 20,681
    ecdanc said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    “Seconded”
    was what I said offensive? I merely agreed without adding any unnecessary jabs at anyone. see how that works?
    1993 - Gimli, MB (Sun/Mudfest)
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    2005 - Winnipeg, MB
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    2020 - Ottawa, ON
  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon In My PlacePosts: 20,681
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I agree with this guy so I'm piling on without adding to the discussion in anyway...ironic isn't it?  Did I use ironic properly?  My generation was hosed by Alanis and we are never really sure.
    haha, that alanis thing has always been so funny to me. people dissecting a lyric to a song and making a big deal out of it. 
    1993 - Gimli, MB (Sun/Mudfest)
    2003 - Fargo, ND
    2005 - Winnipeg, MB
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    2011 - Winnipeg, MB
    2014 - St. Paul, MN
    2020 - Ottawa, ON
  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,557
    ecdanc said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    “Seconded”
    was what I said offensive? I merely agreed without adding any unnecessary jabs at anyone. see how that works?
    It’s like a free ride when you’ve already paid. 
    Pudding in and pudding in--don't feel like methadone. 
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 29,630
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I agree with this guy so I'm piling on without adding to the discussion in anyway...ironic isn't it?  Did I use ironic properly?  My generation was hosed by Alanis and we are never really sure.
    haha, that alanis thing has always been so funny to me. people dissecting a lyric to a song and making a big deal out of it. 

    Tell me about the Alanis thing- I don't know that one.
    “After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.”
    -Aldous Huxley
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.









  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon In My PlacePosts: 20,681
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I agree with this guy so I'm piling on without adding to the discussion in anyway...ironic isn't it?  Did I use ironic properly?  My generation was hosed by Alanis and we are never really sure.
    haha, that alanis thing has always been so funny to me. people dissecting a lyric to a song and making a big deal out of it. 

    Tell me about the Alanis thing- I don't know that one.
    the song Ironic. every scenario in that song isn't actually ironic, they are more just shitty things that happened to be people (a man afraid to fly, then his plane goes down). she got skewered for butchering the definition of the word, (a few) people even claiming it was going to have a lasting "dumbing down" effect on people listening to it. 

    Is Alanis ironic actually ironic?
    Alanis Morissette's song “Ironic” is equally useful. If it rains on your wedding day, that's a coincidence, not an irony. If you win the lottery and drop dead before claiming the money, it's good luck followed by bad luck. If you meet the man of your dreams and then meet his beautiful wife, it's a bummer.Jun 30, 2008
    1993 - Gimli, MB (Sun/Mudfest)
    2003 - Fargo, ND
    2005 - Winnipeg, MB
    2011 - Minneapolis, MN (EV)
    2011 - Winnipeg, MB
    2014 - St. Paul, MN
    2020 - Ottawa, ON
  • dignindignin Posts: 7,827
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 29,630
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I agree with this guy so I'm piling on without adding to the discussion in anyway...ironic isn't it?  Did I use ironic properly?  My generation was hosed by Alanis and we are never really sure.
    haha, that alanis thing has always been so funny to me. people dissecting a lyric to a song and making a big deal out of it. 

    Tell me about the Alanis thing- I don't know that one.
    the song Ironic. every scenario in that song isn't actually ironic, they are more just shitty things that happened to be people (a man afraid to fly, then his plane goes down). she got skewered for butchering the definition of the word, (a few) people even claiming it was going to have a lasting "dumbing down" effect on people listening to it. 

    Is Alanis ironic actually ironic?
    Alanis Morissette's song “Ironic” is equally useful. If it rains on your wedding day, that's a coincidence, not an irony. If you win the lottery and drop dead before claiming the money, it's good luck followed by bad luck. If you meet the man of your dreams and then meet his beautiful wife, it's a bummer.Jun 30, 2008

    Thank you!  Interesting. 

    So is getting on AMT to catch up on current events an example of irony?
    “After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.”
    -Aldous Huxley
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.









  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 29,630
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    “After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.”
    -Aldous Huxley
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.









  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon In My PlacePosts: 20,681
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.
    I do just fine without your "thoughts", chester. 
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    2003 - Fargo, ND
    2005 - Winnipeg, MB
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    2014 - St. Paul, MN
    2020 - Ottawa, ON
  • dignindignin Posts: 7,827
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.
  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon In My PlacePosts: 20,681
    brianlux said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I agree with this guy so I'm piling on without adding to the discussion in anyway...ironic isn't it?  Did I use ironic properly?  My generation was hosed by Alanis and we are never really sure.
    haha, that alanis thing has always been so funny to me. people dissecting a lyric to a song and making a big deal out of it. 

    Tell me about the Alanis thing- I don't know that one.
    the song Ironic. every scenario in that song isn't actually ironic, they are more just shitty things that happened to be people (a man afraid to fly, then his plane goes down). she got skewered for butchering the definition of the word, (a few) people even claiming it was going to have a lasting "dumbing down" effect on people listening to it. 

    Is Alanis ironic actually ironic?
    Alanis Morissette's song “Ironic” is equally useful. If it rains on your wedding day, that's a coincidence, not an irony. If you win the lottery and drop dead before claiming the money, it's good luck followed by bad luck. If you meet the man of your dreams and then meet his beautiful wife, it's a bummer.Jun 30, 2008

    Thank you!  Interesting. 

    So is getting on AMT to catch up on current events an example of irony?
    no, it's an example of psychological sado-masechism. 
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    2003 - Fargo, ND
    2005 - Winnipeg, MB
    2011 - Minneapolis, MN (EV)
    2011 - Winnipeg, MB
    2014 - St. Paul, MN
    2020 - Ottawa, ON
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 29,630
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    “After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.”
    -Aldous Huxley
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.









  • dignindignin Posts: 7,827
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.
    I do just fine without your "thoughts", chester. 
    Who is Chester?

    A relative of Yang?
  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon In My PlacePosts: 20,681
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    so he can make a shitty comment to someone, but when called on it, turns it around about you complaining about not being on topic. 

    OH, THE IRONY, ALANIS
    1993 - Gimli, MB (Sun/Mudfest)
    2003 - Fargo, ND
    2005 - Winnipeg, MB
    2011 - Minneapolis, MN (EV)
    2011 - Winnipeg, MB
    2014 - St. Paul, MN
    2020 - Ottawa, ON
  • dignindignin Posts: 7,827
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    so he can make a shitty comment to someone, but when called on it, turns it around about you complaining about not being on topic. 

    OH, THE IRONY, ALANIS
    Oh please, stop piling on, I don't think I can take it anymore! I may need to throw a temper tantrum, call people names and proclaim I will never go on the AMT again, only to keep showing up.

    Nah, I'm only joking, I would never do that.

    Another thing I liked about Yang, he had a good sense of humour.
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 29,630
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    so he can make a shitty comment to someone, but when called on it, turns it around about you complaining about not being on topic. 

    OH, THE IRONY, ALANIS
    Oh please, stop piling on, I don't think I can take it anymore! I may need to throw a temper tantrum, call people names and proclaim I will never go on the AMT again, only to keep showing up.

    Nah, I'm only joking, I would never do that.

    Another thing I liked about Yang, he had a good sense of humour.

    Now you're only sort-of staying on topic as an excuse for slipping in another dig.  Not cool.
    “After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.”
    -Aldous Huxley
    ***********
    M.I.T.S.









  • dignindignin Posts: 7,827
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    so he can make a shitty comment to someone, but when called on it, turns it around about you complaining about not being on topic. 

    OH, THE IRONY, ALANIS
    Oh please, stop piling on, I don't think I can take it anymore! I may need to throw a temper tantrum, call people names and proclaim I will never go on the AMT again, only to keep showing up.

    Nah, I'm only joking, I would never do that.

    Another thing I liked about Yang, he had a good sense of humour.

    Now you're only sort-of staying on topic as an excuse for slipping in another dig.  Not cool.
    Maybe stop being so selective in what you want to call out, or just mind your own business. That's not cool.
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 29,630
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    so he can make a shitty comment to someone, but when called on it, turns it around about you complaining about not being on topic. 

    OH, THE IRONY, ALANIS
    Oh please, stop piling on, I don't think I can take it anymore! I may need to throw a temper tantrum, call people names and proclaim I will never go on the AMT again, only to keep showing up.

    Nah, I'm only joking, I would never do that.

    Another thing I liked about Yang, he had a good sense of humour.

    Now you're only sort-of staying on topic as an excuse for slipping in another dig.  Not cool.
    Maybe stop being so selective in what you want to call out, or just mind your own business. That's not cool.

    What the fuck is it with this place today.  Let's just do a Chuck Dukowski and all get out our guns and see who's the last one standing.
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  • Yang is gone. Get on the Bernie train. We all know Yang himself is firmly on it. "choo choo*
    "Mostly I think that people react sensitively because they know you’ve got a point"
  • oftenreadingoftenreading Victoria, BCPosts: 10,670
    Yang is gone. Get on the Bernie train. We all know Yang himself is firmly on it. "choo choo*
    Ch'boogie
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  • jeffbrjeffbr SeattlePosts: 6,812
    dignin said:
    I do just fine without your "thoughts", chester. 
    Who is Chester?

    A relative of Yang?

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  • cincybearcatcincybearcat Posts: 13,448
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    so he can make a shitty comment to someone, but when called on it, turns it around about you complaining about not being on topic. 

    OH, THE IRONY, ALANIS
    Oh please, stop piling on, I don't think I can take it anymore! I may need to throw a temper tantrum, call people names and proclaim I will never go on the AMT again, only to keep showing up.

    Nah, I'm only joking, I would never do that.

    Another thing I liked about Yang, he had a good sense of humour.

    Now you're only sort-of staying on topic as an excuse for slipping in another dig.  Not cool.
    Maybe stop being so selective in what you want to call out, or just mind your own business. That's not cool.
    Now this here is irony.
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon In My PlacePosts: 20,681
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    so he can make a shitty comment to someone, but when called on it, turns it around about you complaining about not being on topic. 

    OH, THE IRONY, ALANIS
    Oh please, stop piling on, I don't think I can take it anymore! I may need to throw a temper tantrum, call people names and proclaim I will never go on the AMT again, only to keep showing up.

    Nah, I'm only joking, I would never do that.

    Another thing I liked about Yang, he had a good sense of humour.
    stop trying to use this like it bothers me. it's pathetic. 

    if you consider calling out someone for their constant shitty behaviour towards other members throwing a temper tantrum, then get me a fucking box of diapers a soother dipped in whiskey. 
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon In My PlacePosts: 20,681
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    so he can make a shitty comment to someone, but when called on it, turns it around about you complaining about not being on topic. 

    OH, THE IRONY, ALANIS
    Oh please, stop piling on, I don't think I can take it anymore! I may need to throw a temper tantrum, call people names and proclaim I will never go on the AMT again, only to keep showing up.

    Nah, I'm only joking, I would never do that.

    Another thing I liked about Yang, he had a good sense of humour.

    Now you're only sort-of staying on topic as an excuse for slipping in another dig.  Not cool.
    Maybe stop being so selective in what you want to call out, or just mind your own business. That's not cool.
    LOL
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    2003 - Fargo, ND
    2005 - Winnipeg, MB
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    2014 - St. Paul, MN
    2020 - Ottawa, ON
  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon In My PlacePosts: 20,681
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    so he can make a shitty comment to someone, but when called on it, turns it around about you complaining about not being on topic. 

    OH, THE IRONY, ALANIS
    Oh please, stop piling on, I don't think I can take it anymore! I may need to throw a temper tantrum, call people names and proclaim I will never go on the AMT again, only to keep showing up.

    Nah, I'm only joking, I would never do that.

    Another thing I liked about Yang, he had a good sense of humour.

    Now you're only sort-of staying on topic as an excuse for slipping in another dig.  Not cool.
    Maybe stop being so selective in what you want to call out, or just mind your own business. That's not cool.
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    so he can make a shitty comment to someone, but when called on it, turns it around about you complaining about not being on topic. 

    OH, THE IRONY, ALANIS
    Oh please, stop piling on, I don't think I can take it anymore! I may need to throw a temper tantrum, call people names and proclaim I will never go on the AMT again, only to keep showing up.

    Nah, I'm only joking, I would never do that.

    Another thing I liked about Yang, he had a good sense of humour.
    it is fucking hilarious you posted these right after each other. 

    self-aware much?
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    2003 - Fargo, ND
    2005 - Winnipeg, MB
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  • dignindignin Posts: 7,827
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    so he can make a shitty comment to someone, but when called on it, turns it around about you complaining about not being on topic. 

    OH, THE IRONY, ALANIS
    Oh please, stop piling on, I don't think I can take it anymore! I may need to throw a temper tantrum, call people names and proclaim I will never go on the AMT again, only to keep showing up.

    Nah, I'm only joking, I would never do that.

    Another thing I liked about Yang, he had a good sense of humour.

    Now you're only sort-of staying on topic as an excuse for slipping in another dig.  Not cool.
    Maybe stop being so selective in what you want to call out, or just mind your own business. That's not cool.
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    brianlux said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    dignin said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    ecdanc said:
    rgambs said:
    Everyone is entitled to an opinion on anything they want to have an opinion on, Mr. Thought Police.
    That doesn't mean everyone is entitled to a VOTE on every issue, but we all have opinions, including Mr. Thought Police.

    I like Yang, he's a smart fellow and I would be glad to have him as POTUS.
    Why? 
    Having freedom of thought is an intrinsic part of being human.  Most opinions probably aren't worth a damn, but that doesn't mean we should control what people think.  Not that we could, anyways.
    I'm shocked a University professor would be so eager to censor the very thoughts of those with whom he disagrees.
    Who is censoring? I'm in no position to censor anyone but myself. And I do.

    This is why I earlier said that I find cincy (and perhaps you) more arrogant than me: you grant yourself the right to have an opinion on literally everything. I would never claim that for myself. 
    you literally have said several times over many threads "you aren't entitled to an opinion on this". not sure how it can be a more clear example of censoring. 

    gambs is a self-professed arrogant. and i think i can speak for many that we still love him to bits. 
    Shit, man, I didn't realize when I said that that I deleted your comments. I'll wield my power more responsibly from here on out. 

    Alternate response: you don't know what the word "censor" means. 
    It might just be the latter.
    i know perfectly well what it means, but thanks for yet another unoriginal thought. 
    Zing, you really got me there.

    Here's another unoriginal thought, you don't know what true censorship means, it's either by ignorance or stubbornness. I really don't care but it is amusing.

    Nobody was censored.

    On topic, I liked Yang. But am glad to see him throw in the towel now, it was the right time. A candidate with ideas ahead of his time.
    I'm not interested in "zings". pointing out an annoying pattern of yours. I'm not interested in your constant "I'm going to agree with THIS guy and pile on the guy he disagrees with instead of adding to the discussion in any meaningful way". 
    I don't think you know what irony means either.

    Two things I agreed with Yang on, circumcision and UBI.

    More zings.  Why?
    Weren't you just complaining about keeping the topic on Yang?

    Not a lot of talk about Yang here.

    I also was impressed with Yang's wife and her bravery in talking about her sexual assault. She would have made a very good first lady.

    Yes, but I just get tired of the dig, dignin.

    I agree, Yang's wife seems like a very bright lady.  I've enjoyed listening to a few of her interviews.  I hope we'll be seeing more of the Yangs in the future!
    so he can make a shitty comment to someone, but when called on it, turns it around about you complaining about not being on topic. 

    OH, THE IRONY, ALANIS
    Oh please, stop piling on, I don't think I can take it anymore! I may need to throw a temper tantrum, call people names and proclaim I will never go on the AMT again, only to keep showing up.

    Nah, I'm only joking, I would never do that.

    Another thing I liked about Yang, he had a good sense of humour.
    it is fucking hilarious you posted these right after each other. 

    self-aware much?


    When was the last time you discussed Yang? This thread isn't about me, maybe it's time you move along if you don't want to discuss Yang. I'm sure Yang would want that, seemed like a cool guy. This obsession with me is starting to look sad and petty.
  • dignindignin Posts: 7,827
    jeffbr said:
    dignin said:
    I do just fine without your "thoughts", chester. 
    Who is Chester?

    A relative of Yang?

    Ahhh, that Chester. That guy is a cool cat, I'm flattered.
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 29,630
    Mods, please close this thread.  Yang has dropped out for 2020.  If he runs again in the future, a new thread would make more sense.  There is nothing more to say here.

    I respectfully request this thread be closed.  Thank you. 
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