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Democrats believe ANYTHING they DON'T read. They just need their masterful press to report on something (even if it is a bottom feeder like Buzzfeed) and it becomes TRUE automatically.

Not defending meddling Russia, nor defending dumbass Trump, but there are no facts to even be evaluated here. And the assertion that one of his guys colluded with Russian operatives in Prague is actually demonstrably wrong. So if this info contains info we can confirm to be wrong, why believe ANY of it is true? It isn't that it was just unsubstantiated, but that part was actually confirmed to be false. How do you know any of it happened if we DO know part of it did NOT happen?

The NY Times and other left-biased news media outlets PASSED on this "report' months ago due to the inability to independently confirm ANYTHING in the report (what real journalists try to do). This isn't new info. This is OLD info that lacks any credibility (as even the Obama-backed intelligence community has actually stated). But buzzfeed (that was dumb enough to promote this unsubstantiated nonsense) stated it, so people believe it for some reason. Then CNN reported on what buzzfeed reported so people took that as some sort of confirmation when CNN is saying specifically that their reporting was NOT a claim about the veracity of the report, but was just about buzzfeed reporting on it in the first place (i.e. spin via semantics).

The summary presented in a closed security briefing was ONLY brought up because the intelligence community KNEW leftists would latch onto it as if it were true and run with the story. It was a heads up to everyone in the administration that this BS was out there. But somehow people have got it in their heads that these allegations must be true. Gotta feed that conspiracy theory and de-legitimize the president!

Look, I understand the salty nature of everyone that doesn't support Trump. I am a bit pissed myself. But you all need to realize you are being fed a narrative (just as the dumbass right is being fed a narrative by their own biased sources), and you are buying into a narrative, built up without any facts, by a media that is known to have been wrong and is confirmed to be severely biased. WHY would you trust any biased source, even if that source has a bias towards what you LIKE to hear?

Did Russia help get Trump elected? Well, if Russia had to pick on who to help, they would likely pick the guy willing to work with them. And lest we forget, this "HELP" that Russia may have provided was in the form of actual factual information about Hillary, stuff that I am SURE the DNC and Hillary would have rather kept SECRET and out of the public eye. That is how they may have 'tampered' with our election. By giving us info on Hillary. How dare they show us the corruption of one of our candidates? How dare they! LOL

They didn't rig machines. They didn't send him money (he barely spent any). They provided Americans with info about Hillary, directly picked from emails and confirmed to be true by multiple sources. The Russians, if they were indeed behind it, helped create a MORE informed voting base, one that was made AWARE of the numerous scandalous problems of Hillary and the DNC.

Was Russia wrong for doing this? Well, yes. OF COURSE we don't want them meddling in our elections. But disclosing the truth about a candidate such that Americans chose NOT to vote for her isn't exactly 'rigging' an election. After Hillary was demonstrated to be a liar on so many levels, and being corrupt in so many ways, it was only a moral and logical choice NOT to vote for her. That DOESN'T mean those votes went automatically to Trump. A lot of those Americans voted for 3rd party candidates like I did.

Another thing to remember is that even BEFORE any potential Russian hacking, we found out that Hillary and the DNC intentionally worked against Bernie Sanders. That wasn't Russia. Wasserman-Schultz resigned (only to go work directly for Hillary) after that scandal. She would not have been forced to resign if the blame could have been shifted somewhere else. No tie to specifically Russian hackers was ever established for this.

Also, it was Chelsea Clinton that hired an independent unbiased third party to investigate their foundation to ensure her father wasn't prone to any pay-for-play nonsense - which they FOUND WAS HAPPENING. That wasn't Russia. That was a trust-worthy third party hired by Chelsea.

Those two glaring scandals alone turned most potential Hillary supporters against her (those that don't like such heinous immorality and corruption in a candidate). The people able to ignore wrongdoing stayed with her till the end. Too bad they were all heavily concentrated in only a few states such that she couldn't get the electoral votes. 2626 counties (for Trump) to a bit over 400 (for her) isn't a margin that can be explained away by mere Russian meddling.

That happened early, and turned off a LOT of democrat and independent moderates (like myself) from voting for her. That, and the fact that she is just another establishment candidate, a Clinton no less.

It isn't as if he won the popular vote either. THAT would have looked really fishy. But confirmation bias rules here for democrats that ignore the facts that DON'T support the conspiracy theory. Remember that her dislike rating was comparable to Trump's from the start (nearly 60% of her supporters didn't particularly like her). That didn't shift much at all as more info came out about her wrongdoings. Rather, the vote looked much like any Democrat vs. Republican vote. About 50/50 (and remember that half the country didn't even vote). It was just another close election where one candidate smoked the other in their ground game and ability to get huge numbers at rallies.

It isn't as if Republicans were going to vote for Hillary until Russia stepped in and piled on even MORE evidence against her. She's a democrat! Republicans that opposed Trump had switched to more moderate candidates like Johnson. They wouldn't just flip sides entirely and vote for a person that defied every political concept they otherwise valued.

She lost because she sucked as a candidate. Bernie Sanders was right when he predicted a LONG time ago that she couldn't beat Trump. Look at her pitiful rally turn out. Look at her massive amount of money (nearly half a billion at one point) that did her no good at combating Trump effectively who had but a small fraction of her available campaign funds. Her stupid verbal statements cancelled out Trump's stupid statements rather well, making them both a non issue. But her shady background, her foundation's rocky past and demonstrable problems, her blatant greedy hypocrisy (taking money from nations that oppress LGBT for example), and her very poor acting as she tried to pander her way to the top... it all spelled doom for her rather early.

So now what? We have to deal with Trump. He is elected. He will be president. Nothing will stop that now, especially not some frivolous conspiracy theory about Russia that is months old and only NOW being brought up because low-quality journalists at buzzfeed ran with the unsubstantiated story. If some major collusion happened, evidence will surface and his ass will get impeached. But lacking that evidence, he will be president. Time to put down the playdough and come out of the crying rooms to face that reality. We have work to do. Oppose him when he steps on liberty and freedom. Do the work we have to do to ensure America isn't destroyed.

So why does Trump attack US intelligence? Maybe because this supposed Russian hacking (and election meddling) was taking place during Obama's watch and nobody brought it up until NOW. Maybe it is because leaks keep happening from these secure briefings. And maybe because there is disagreement in the intelligence community regarding the validity of the crap circulating around the media (there IS disagreement, by the way). Maybe it is on past performance (9/11, WMD's in Iraq, etc.). Not like the intelligence community is perfect.

Why does he seem to show favortism to Russia? Well, first of all, he HASN'T. He isn't even the President yet able to do anything to help Russia. So this concept is entirely built on things he has said about Putin. For example,
"Look at Putin -- what he's doing with Russia -- I mean, you know, what's going on over there. I mean this guy has done -- whether you like him or don't like him -- he's doing a great job in rebuilding the image of Russia and also rebuilding Russia period," This was taken from a Larry King interview. He wasn't heaping praise on the guy. This was in the context of what Trump would like to do for America (rebuilding the image and infrastructure of America). He wasn't condoning HOW Putin got this job done, just that he is doing a great job towards that goal - and Putin is indeed doing a great job at rebuilding the Russian image. He is doing it by being an utter asshole, but he is doing it well nonetheless.

How about this one:
"Putin has big plans for Russia. He wants to edge out its neighbors so that Russia can dominate oil supplies to all of Europe," Trump said. "I respect Putin and Russians but cannot believe our leader (Obama) allows them to get away with so much...Hats off to the Russians." He obviously just stated that he thinks Russia is getting away with so much nonsense and that OBAMA is showing a weak hand, if not favortism to Russia by NOT doing anything about it. The first part, about Putin having big plans and edging out its neighbors is completely true. This is not admiration. This is respect where it is due, a leader that for all his faults is accomplishing his goals for his country. His comment about Obama allowing Putin to get away with so much is indicative that Trump is NOT ok with what Putin is up to, even if he can respect his ability to get so much done.

As a matter of fact, Trump also said, "I think that I would probably get along with him very well. And I don't think you'd be having the kind of problems that you're having right now," which again indicates that the problems we have with Russia NOW are things he would not WANT to have, and that he sees his interaction with Russia as a means to NOT have those problems. It is not like he is saying he is ok with Russia. He considers Russia to be PROBLEMATIC. You have to read the words. I know that is hard for democrats.

WHY would we prefer to be their enemy? Another cold war is what you all want? Perhaps an actual war with Russia would be great for the economy, right? Keep that war machine rolling! Or perhaps we could look for a peaceful resolution there, using energy/oil as a common ground for motivation to work together. Maybe we could execute the war on ISIS better if Russia and the USA could hammer out some ground rules and get on the same page. He even said this quite clearly and took heat for it from the GOP too, who would rather have a nice big cold war again. "I have always felt that Russia and the United States should be able to work well with each other towards defeating terrorism and restoring world peace, not to mention trade and all of the other benefits derived from mutual respect." Respect. Not admiration. Not condoning improper actions. Trump calls that stuff 'problems.' They are. But solving those problems of Russia DOESN'T happen when you set out to make them your enemy; those problems just get worse.

Russia isn't perfect and has meddled in elections in other countries in the past too. That alone makes it possible that they were indeed behind it all. But keep some perspective. They meddled by informing us corruption. They informed the voters. That is all they had to do to 'influence' the outcome. Honest people that read the info provided to them made a judgement and VOTED against Hillary. The system worked; an informed populous voted.

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By "scientists" they mean the biased presuppositional group that try to find evidence to support their pre-drawn conclusion that aliens are visiting us (ufologists).

So... 120mph is impressive? An average speed of 80mph is defying physics? Flying in a straight line at tree-level is impossible? Slowing down is impossible? This was a helicopter, which would explain the horseshoe shaped pattern of the heat (the vents behind the engine as opposed to the cooler cockpit in front). It turned into a sphere? Because its aspect changed in relation to the heat sensor.

It submerged under water? I see no evidence that ever happened. It blinked in and out several times as the heat sensors are not flawless, and it passed behind trees and such. A second one joined it? No. That is an infrared echo, a phenomena common to these types of sensors when observing objects at certain angles. The tower tracked it on radar? So aliens are dumb enough to not have stealth technology? Sounds more like smugglers in a helicopter with no transponder active (because they are illegal smugglers flying illegally). :P

Now, even if we lacked the not so sci-fi explanations I just provided, even if we had NO CLUE what this object could be or how it could move at speeds most helicopters can manage, saying it is alien, jumping to any conclusion for that matter, would be logically flawed, a common fallacy known as the argument from ignorance.

But having an alternate explanation that does not require this outlandish hypothesis, it is vastly less likely that this is evidence that aliens are visiting us. 
 
Scientific report confirms: UFO recorded by Homeland Security is authentic and is unlike anything mankind can create today The Scientific Coalition for Ufology is a group of people who have an extensive and long background in science have teamed up and analyzed a mysterious UFO video recorded by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The …
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Wow. Good tests. How is it that coldsteel makes superior weapons for less money? Poor SOG got owned. I have an older machete from coldsteel and its a beast. Cleaves 3 inch green branches with ease. And its not even that high tech of steel. I want this knife. Tired of my blades falling apart after one serious use. Gotta stop buying crap off Amazon. Lol

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His appeal to miracle claims was completely demolished so he resorted to Pascal's wager. Wow. So predictable.

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holy crap. dude owned it.

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No sense in playing it that fast if you miss half the notes and smear most of the others. Still, having myself played this piece and thereby understand its difficulty, he did a very decent and reasonable job. 8/10. Just a tad too fast. Would have still been awesome at 80% this speed and his accuracy would have been perfect.

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+Oboy Pagasty Forgive me, but this is mad fishy like the email I got from that Nigerian prince that needed me to launder several million dollars. Your pic is hot, but these days you could just as easily be a dude with a fake profile. LOL.
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My 1616m was working fine in windows 7 pro 64. Then Microsuck upgraded me to 10. No audio. I made sure my device was selected in sound settings for both recording and playback. Also seems to only support 44100 now per Windows... not sure what to try next. Also went to Creative website and downloaded the driver. Message on my computer says "The WIndows operating system running on this computer is not supported by this product. Setup will exit." What? No option to run in emulation or anything? Hmmm.

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For a guy that reads sbeet music and loves Lateralus by Tool, that was invigorating and awesome. 

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holy crap. dude owned it.

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Just bought an all black pbone on amazon for $150 with free sbipping. Then I watched this video and want to kill myself. LOL.
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