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dank69

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I'm not getting it. where's the humor? It seems like a fairly inconsequential throwaway piece. He had nothing to say except go away...
Yeah, the nebulous "doing media shit." He might as well be a Trump fluffer screaming about the derp state.
 

pmv

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Isn't that just a literal truth? I mean, that _was_ their country in 1776, and they fought for it. As one would expect conservatives to do.

They were even called "Tories", no?

Also, I swear I remember something about that exact point coming up when William F Buckley debated James Baldwin (or maybe it was a shorter interaction between Buckley and Malcom X?). The latter asked the former what side he'd have been on in the American Revolution and Buckley had to admit he'd have sided with the 'legitimate authority'.
 
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Amused

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This map, it triggers me. Only Boulder and Indianoplace are even vaguely in the correct locations.
Indian-o-place?

Yep, it's that bad, Gresham Oregon is shown in the exact opposite corner of the state than it's actual location near Portland.
 
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