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Andrew Yang's Humanity Forward Movement

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  • hedonisthedonist standing on the edge of foreverPosts: 23,315
    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. 
    Good thing I'm somewhat partial to Ohioans.
  • deadendpdeadendp Northeast OhioPosts: 10,080
    hedonist 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. 
    Good thing I'm somewhat partial to Ohioans.
    :smiley:
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  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 13,553
    Ohio sucks, but some of us Ohioans aren't ALL bad lol 
    It's good to be back around these parts, missed y'all!
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  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 24,190
    Sorry, Brian.  I know this was your dude.
    Going to have to settle for one of the crusty old coots, unfortunately.
    The love he receives is the love that is saved
  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 21,331
    edited February 2020
    we absolutely are entitled to our opinion.  this seems to still be a free country. most especially if you are an involved party. however, thats not a decision I can or should make for another even where I might be an involved party.
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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 34,298
    Sorry, Brian.  I know this was your dude.
    Going to have to settle for one of the crusty old coots, unfortunately.

    Thank you.  I appreciate that thought very much!

    Some of the Yang people out west here are saying they will still vote for Yang.  That seems like a wasted vote to me.  I'm thinking very likely I'll go with either Klobuchar or Pete in the Calif primary.  But for fucks sake, whoever gets the Dem nod- even if it is some crusty old fart- I sure as hell hope they can pull off a win against Donald The Terrible.
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  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,814
    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. 
  • dignindignin Posts: 8,952
    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.
  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon HeadstoniaPosts: 26,494
    telling people they aren't allowed an opinion/voice on any given subject is an attempt to censor that person. 

    understand now?
    (Track 10 of The Headstones' Nickels For Your Nightmares)


  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon HeadstoniaPosts: 26,494
    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. 
    (Track 10 of The Headstones' Nickels For Your Nightmares)


  • OnWis97OnWis97 St. Paul, MNPosts: 3,733
    Finally after Andrew Yang drops out, I open this thread to see what people thought of him.  Turns out this thread's not about him.

    I'll miss him.  His non-combative approach was a breath of fresh air (though the "MATH" hat would have been treated as combative).  Even if he's never going to be president, I hope to see him around...
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  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,814
    telling people they aren't allowed an opinion/voice on any given subject is an attempt to censor that person. 

    understand now?
    *Bleep*
  • cincybearcatcincybearcat Posts: 14,850
    ecdanc said:
    telling people they aren't allowed an opinion/voice on any given subject is an attempt to censor that person. 

    understand now?
    *Bleep*
    It's not ok to alter someone's post in any way.  Just a heads up.
    hippiemom = goodness
  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,814
    Given a) the level of anti-Trump sentiment around here; and b) the simultaneous impulse toward civic engagement (i.e., the general sense that people should vote), I must confess I'm a little surprised by y'all's nearly-universal "everyone gets an opinion" take. Isn't the combination of entitlement to an opinion and civi engagement what got us into this problem?


  • cincybearcatcincybearcat Posts: 14,850
    ecdanc said:
    Given a) the level of anti-Trump sentiment around here; and b) the simultaneous impulse toward civic engagement (i.e., the general sense that people should vote), I must confess I'm a little surprised by y'all's nearly-universal "everyone gets an opinion" take. Isn't the combination of entitlement to an opinion and civi engagement what got us into this problem?


    No, it's the failure of many not exercising that right.  
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  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,814
    ecdanc said:
    Given a) the level of anti-Trump sentiment around here; and b) the simultaneous impulse toward civic engagement (i.e., the general sense that people should vote), I must confess I'm a little surprised by y'all's nearly-universal "everyone gets an opinion" take. Isn't the combination of entitlement to an opinion and civi engagement what got us into this problem?


    No, it's the failure of many not exercising that right.  
    For someone with such consistently bad takes, you're shockingly confident the majority agrees with you. 
  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,814
    ecdanc said:
    telling people they aren't allowed an opinion/voice on any given subject is an attempt to censor that person. 

    understand now?
    *Bleep*
    It's not ok to alter someone's post in any way.  Just a heads up.
    Stop censoring me. 
  • cincybearcatcincybearcat Posts: 14,850
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    telling people they aren't allowed an opinion/voice on any given subject is an attempt to censor that person. 

    understand now?
    *Bleep*
    It's not ok to alter someone's post in any way.  Just a heads up.
    Stop censoring me. 
    Not me.  In the past people would do it (me included) as jokes, etc.  Kat didn't like and told us all to stop.  She won't let that continue.  So please tell her to stop censoring.  Or don't.  I don't care anymore.
    hippiemom = goodness
  • cincybearcatcincybearcat Posts: 14,850
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    Given a) the level of anti-Trump sentiment around here; and b) the simultaneous impulse toward civic engagement (i.e., the general sense that people should vote), I must confess I'm a little surprised by y'all's nearly-universal "everyone gets an opinion" take. Isn't the combination of entitlement to an opinion and civi engagement what got us into this problem?


    No, it's the failure of many not exercising that right.  
    For someone with such consistently bad takes, you're shockingly confident the majority agrees with you. 
    Ignoring your trolling, my comment is my own opinion.  I'm unsure how you would get "shockingly confident the majority agrees with you" out of that. 
    hippiemom = goodness
  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,814
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    Given a) the level of anti-Trump sentiment around here; and b) the simultaneous impulse toward civic engagement (i.e., the general sense that people should vote), I must confess I'm a little surprised by y'all's nearly-universal "everyone gets an opinion" take. Isn't the combination of entitlement to an opinion and civi engagement what got us into this problem?


    No, it's the failure of many not exercising that right.  
    For someone with such consistently bad takes, you're shockingly confident the majority agrees with you. 
    Ignoring your trolling, my comment is my own opinion.  I'm unsure how you would get "shockingly confident the majority agrees with you" out of that. 
    Reasoning. 
  • cincybearcatcincybearcat Posts: 14,850
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    Given a) the level of anti-Trump sentiment around here; and b) the simultaneous impulse toward civic engagement (i.e., the general sense that people should vote), I must confess I'm a little surprised by y'all's nearly-universal "everyone gets an opinion" take. Isn't the combination of entitlement to an opinion and civi engagement what got us into this problem?


    No, it's the failure of many not exercising that right.  
    For someone with such consistently bad takes, you're shockingly confident the majority agrees with you. 
    Ignoring your trolling, my comment is my own opinion.  I'm unsure how you would get "shockingly confident the majority agrees with you" out of that. 
    Reasoning. 
    Ah, no wonder you got it 100% wrong.
    hippiemom = goodness
  • dignindignin Posts: 8,952
    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.
  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,814
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    Given a) the level of anti-Trump sentiment around here; and b) the simultaneous impulse toward civic engagement (i.e., the general sense that people should vote), I must confess I'm a little surprised by y'all's nearly-universal "everyone gets an opinion" take. Isn't the combination of entitlement to an opinion and civi engagement what got us into this problem?


    No, it's the failure of many not exercising that right.  
    For someone with such consistently bad takes, you're shockingly confident the majority agrees with you. 
    Ignoring your trolling, my comment is my own opinion.  I'm unsure how you would get "shockingly confident the majority agrees with you" out of that. 
    Reasoning. 
    Ah, no wonder you got it 100% wrong.
    You're more of a gut instinct kinda guy. 
  • cincybearcatcincybearcat Posts: 14,850
    edited February 2020
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    Given a) the level of anti-Trump sentiment around here; and b) the simultaneous impulse toward civic engagement (i.e., the general sense that people should vote), I must confess I'm a little surprised by y'all's nearly-universal "everyone gets an opinion" take. Isn't the combination of entitlement to an opinion and civi engagement what got us into this problem?


    No, it's the failure of many not exercising that right.  
    For someone with such consistently bad takes, you're shockingly confident the majority agrees with you. 
    Ignoring your trolling, my comment is my own opinion.  I'm unsure how you would get "shockingly confident the majority agrees with you" out of that. 
    Reasoning. 
    Ah, no wonder you got it 100% wrong.
    You're more of a gut instinct kinda guy. 
    You're more of a projection sort of guy.  Like trump.  Project what you know about yourself on to others. 
    Post edited by cincybearcat on
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  • ecdancecdanc Posts: 1,814
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    ecdanc said:
    Given a) the level of anti-Trump sentiment around here; and b) the simultaneous impulse toward civic engagement (i.e., the general sense that people should vote), I must confess I'm a little surprised by y'all's nearly-universal "everyone gets an opinion" take. Isn't the combination of entitlement to an opinion and civi engagement what got us into this problem?


    No, it's the failure of many not exercising that right.  
    For someone with such consistently bad takes, you're shockingly confident the majority agrees with you. 
    Ignoring your trolling, my comment is my own opinion.  I'm unsure how you would get "shockingly confident the majority agrees with you" out of that. 
    Reasoning. 
    Ah, no wonder you got it 100% wrong.
    You're more of a gut instinct kinda guy. 
    Your more of a projection sort of guy.  Like trump.  Project what you know about yourself on to others. 
    I have never once said you're prematurely gray, increasingly overweight, or poor-postured!!
  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 13,553
    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.
    Only because thoughts CAN'T be censored yet...the desire to do so has certainly been expressed.
    Monkey Driven, Call this Living?
  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 34,298
    OnWis97 said:
    Finally after Andrew Yang drops out, I open this thread to see what people thought of him.  Turns out this thread's not about him.

    I'll miss him.  His non-combative approach was a breath of fresh air (though the "MATH" hat would have been treated as combative).  Even if he's never going to be president, I hope to see him around...

    It's a shame it got side-tracked.  But it's AMT, I guess I should have expected it.  

    Yeah. I'm sorry to see Yang go.  I hope he will continue to be an influence.  I sure like his energy and ideas!
    “In all human affairs there are efforts, and there are results, and the strength of the effort is the measure of the result.”
    -James Allen










  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 34,298
    And I'm still wear my MATH. pin!

    “In all human affairs there are efforts, and there are results, and the strength of the effort is the measure of the result.”
    -James Allen










  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon HeadstoniaPosts: 26,494
    rgambs 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.
    Only because thoughts CAN'T be censored yet...the desire to do so has certainly been expressed.
    exactly.

    jesus the pathetic interest in "gotchas" around here sure seems to be more important than listening to another's point of view. 

    I KNOW NO ONE WAS LITERALLY CENSORED.

    SMFH
    (Track 10 of The Headstones' Nickels For Your Nightmares)


  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon HeadstoniaPosts: 26,494
    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". 
    (Track 10 of The Headstones' Nickels For Your Nightmares)


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