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That word "tolerance," I don't think it means what you think it means.
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YEP. They only "tolerate" ppl who have the same beliefs. Lol 
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Sigh...... no. Prison cannot possibly serve as evidence as to whether or not homosexuality is a choice. Prison can do a lot of things to a person. The intellectual dishonesty shown here by Dr.Carson is breathtaking. 

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Ben Carson says homosexuality is a choice because many people "go into prison straight -- and when they come out, they're gay."
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He has been taking it up his ever since the fool
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But I thought Fox News was the problem with journalism?

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In a novella-esque, 2,828-word diatribe, outgoing National Public Radio ombudsman Edward Schumacher-Matos has casually suggested that he has no earthly idea about how or why the First Amendment protec
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Sure we could "listen and believe," but claims backed up with facts are kinda neat I think.
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True, sad but true.
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And be sure to delete System32 for any other glitches.
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This is quite brilliant.

#socialjustice #sjws #politics #democrats #gop 
Ableism The unfortunate biological reality that some people are bigger and stronger than others Abuse Tweets Ageism The internalised misogyny of Mother Nature Heterosexism The awkward reality that most people aren’t gay. Can be remedied with the proper social conditioning Critical
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Omg nephew this one's a keeper
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Well, when you put it like that.....
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Why I've chosen to go with Private Internet Access. New column for transparency.

Some people have noticed I’m writing for a VPN service, and having my regular commentary on liberties presented by that VPN service: by Private Internet Access​ VPN. Seeing my previous stance on advertising, I think it merits some explanation why I’m choosing to associate with a service brand.

When I was posting once a day, this blog had one million visits a month. If you monetize that on advertising, it becomes quite a decent income – on the order of $3,000 a month, or frankly, enough to pay food and board for anywhere outside of San Francisco, Tokyo, or Hong Kong. Putting it in real terms, keeping my motives straight came with a price tag of several thousand US dollars a month, money that I chose to leave on the table.

You’ll notice that TorrentFreak ran an article on which VPN services to trust in a “2015 edition” review yesterday. Private Internet Access is the first service listed. While I’d recommend reading all of it, I’m choosing a few highlights:

"We do not log, period. This includes, but is not limited to, any traffic data, DNS data or meta (session) data. Privacy IS our policy. … We do not log and therefore are unable to provide information about any users of our service. We have not, to date, been served with a valid court order that has required us to provide something we do not have. … We do not attempt to filter, monitor, censor or interfere in our users’ activity in any way, shape or form. BitTorrent is, by definition, allowed."

Feel free to compare this stance to your current ISP. Do read it again if you like.

So to answer the initial question, why do I associate with a service brand? Because I think good people deserve recognition, and they deserve to be the measuring stick for the industry as a whole. This is the kind of attitude – both Bahnhof’s and Private Internet Access’s – that the rest of the Internet industry should aspire to, and needs to aspire to.

https://falkvinge.net/2015/03/03/why-ive-chosen-to-go-with-private-internet-access/
Some people have noticed I'm writing for a VPN service, and having my regular commentary on liberties presented by that VPN service: by Private Internet Access VPN. Seeing my previous stance on advertising, I think it merits some explanation why I'm choosing to associate with a service brand.
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Ironic: Today I am getting my booster vaccine. Wonder how the liberal media will misreport this?
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