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>>60798929
To be fair he won that race.
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>>60798971
Useless Goddess
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>>60799126

Oh, I'm not saying it didn't work. PC plans work too.

It's just you can definitely spot the PC among the people making plans because they're the only one that figures rocket-jumping off land mines will get them where they're going faster as long as it doesn't kill them at stage one.
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>>60798929
I don't remember this scene in the manga.
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>>60798971
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>>60799216
I'd like to point out the only reason Deku attempted that was because they weren't real mines.
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>>60799694
This is a goddess.
>>60799782
He could probably have tanked it even if they were
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>>60799804
Nah, his quirk gives strength without endurance. If he keeps snapping his own limbs when he pushes too hard, how the fuck would he survive explosives?
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>>60800085
Whenever I play that game with my friends, we make it a point to try and make the house actually inaccessible. Or at the very least you need to be helicoptered in since the front door has building all around it
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>>60800528
So the woman has to pay 3k Euros to PayPal because she's dead?
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>>60800609
You got it
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>>60800528
>you are in breach of condition 15.4(c)... as we have received notice that you are deceased
>this breach is not capable of remedy

>tfw getting handed this letter in hell
Being dead sucks.
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>>60800085
Sauce?
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>>60800638
That's not a happy moment, at least not for Telemachon.

He's very clearly hysterical in the old sense, emotionally out of control because he can't logically process what he's been exposed to.
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>>60800822
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>>60800451
Requiem is something else
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>>60801661
It sure is.
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>>60801785
This is extremely gay. And I say that as a jojo fan.
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>>60804186
I've been looking for that.
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>>60803689
Nice webcomics.
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>>60804679
thanks
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>>60805113
There's a /pol/ joke in there somewhere, but it really doesn't need a filename. or to exist.
Go die in fire.
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>>60805113
>do not use spoilers to hide NWS content
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>>60804328
That was a good thread
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>>60805113
No it does not
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>>60805459
Not going to lie, that sounds like it would be one hell of a ride to play a campaign through.
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>>60800451
God I love Requiem
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>>60806442
Alternatively,
>Seers of the Throne
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>>60799626

I do.
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>>60804168
Well, he'll have to be an ordained priest for a number of years, and then a cardinal for like a dozen more. Not really doable when you have to kill demons non-stop.
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>>60807191
Are you saying killing daemons nonstops doesn't automatically qualify you to be the Pontiff?
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>>60800245
>not posting the good one
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>>60799782
you're right, Deku specifically made a plan that only worked because of metagame logic, all because he didn't want to spend burn his once-per-day abilities before getting to the final boss.

Totally not a PC
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>>60799840
Can I make an investigatio-
No
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>>60800680
>tfw the devil can't do shit to you because until you pay your debt your not allowed to die.
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Did I do well?
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>>60800019
>how the fuck would he survive explosives
Just like eveyone else in the race, they aren't normal humans.
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>>60804531

I don't suppose anyone has sauce?
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>>60801880
sauce?
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>>60808291
Seconding this sauce
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>>60800009
Source?
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>>60808277
S2 of symphogear. It's a dumb show about /m/agical girls who are also idols, the plot and drama is often nonsensical and I fucking love it.
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>>60807191
Not really.
You can be some random adult catholic nobody, either a priest in the ass of the woods, or even a layman, and be elected Pope.
It has happened before.

But in 99% of cases, the cardinals prefer electing someone who, you know, has some experience as a bishop(and you know, actually knowing who that guy is, for starters), for obvious reasons.
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>>60803770
not /tg/
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>>60804168
Doomguy is literally Jesus so
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>>60808277
Symphogear.
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>>60810412
>actually understands some of this
Christ, what have my engineering teachers been doing to me.
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>>60810412
I just came out of my fucking Languages and Machines exam, thanks anon
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>>60810909
Ted Kaczynski was a born genius and very gifted with mathematics, but was better remembered under a different name for different works.
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>>60810947
my maths caps out hard at undergrad level, so I do tend to appreciate his more applied thinking a little more
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>>60800609
It sounds like she had 3k in outstanding credit at her time of death, and your debts don't just disappear when you die.
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>>60805381
Wrong!
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>>60804531
>not using OPM's battle scene with genos
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>>60801191
What am I looking at?
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>>60809446
That would be Purgatory, Hell is a negative cake
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>>60798929
the most accurate PC plan yet
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>>60811337
Nice
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>>60801191
took me awhile to recognize the symbol. thats fucking hilarious.
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>>60812924
I'd say a grounding system
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>>60808878
>actually knowing who that guy is, for starters
Everyone and their grandmother knows who Doomguy is. It's like Mario.

Thing is, Doomguy is guilty of not "showing the other cheek": he's killing demons because they killed his pet bunny. Vengeance is a sin.
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>>60813296
he kills demons because they killed his son.
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>>60812924

A very safe and regulation compliant setup.
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>>60813296
He's talking about why cardinals vote for other cardinals, dumbass.
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>>60811827
Your ability to pay them, however, does suffer a bit.
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>>60805381
What's this about?
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>>60814247
ShindoL's Emergence series.
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>>60814378
Also known as the Requiem For A Dream of hentai.
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>>60813416
I'm sure an adult with a paypal account has at least 3k in collateral they can seize from her estate.
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>>60812777
This is almost an exact recreation of my gaming group. Best chuckle today
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>>60815520
>this will help my packets find de wae
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>>60815520
Reminds me of that one time I put a bunch of Cirno cutouts to cool down a computer. Worked wonders right until ice started to form. Then Windows froze.
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>>60815594
Is this yaoi?
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>>60815622
No.
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>>60815643
>ywn passionately stroke the sensitive womb of your lover, using it as an onahole as you cum inside of her
Roll for new fetish.
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>>60815618
Who dat?
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>>60815622
Source is Way of the House Husband, FYI.
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Fucked up, resubmitting
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>>60804531
It's unfortunate how Ninja-kun and Commander-kun take the back seat to Symphogears in the series.
The two fuckers are completely mundane, and yet they are capable of going head to head with ancient supertechnology cybersuits powered by musiks.
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>>60815855
Igor Stravinsky, composer of The Rite of Spring.
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>>60800019

He does have superhuman endurance/resilience, it's just unfortunately on a much shallower growth curve than his strength.
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>>60816274
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This woman's arms look really gross and unnatural.
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>>60811854
Da Hooch never responded to the email I sent him a few years back. ;_;
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>>60816990
Drumpftards BTFO!
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>>60813390
The cardinals will vote for Doomguy because they know what'll happen to them if they don't.
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>>60816990
this guy's shitty comics are a goldmine of unintentional comedy.

This one is begging for a filename.
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>>60818261
>Onyx Path does subtle commentary
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>>60815520
>not painting the chasis red
yo gutta much to lurn, git!
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>>60816502
Some percentage of emails gets purged by mailing servers as false-positive identified spam, you know.
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>>60818261
>literally copy pasted face
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>>60818261
When you only have the hammer, everything starts to look like a nail.
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>>60816385

t. manlet
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>>60818261
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>>60818261
>Intelligent Weapons
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>>60807667
i just saw this on reddit
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>>60819406
>browsing reddit
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>>60819381
I'm guessing the one on the far-right is the talking head representing Fox News?
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>>60818261
Mimics rolling nat 20 for persuasion
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Cursed weapon
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>>60819762
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>>60820009
>Mueller inherently does not understand a major founding tenet of the legal system he operates in, that all people deserve to plead their case because to invest anyone with the power to decide which sides are not worth hearing is infinitely worse
not that surprising
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>>60813315
What?
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>>60820051
I did this with a blender once to make a breadcrumb substitute for mac and cheese topping - using the nacho cheese flavor doritos.

It actually worked fantastically well, I only don't continue to make it now because it makes me feel bad about myself.
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>>60812777
That's actually how the Love Letter card game goes usually. It's quite fun, and can be implemented as part of your tabletop RPG game for political intrigue purposes.
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>>60820009
I love the way this picture sets people off.
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>>60820040
he ain't no public defender, if he doesn't wanna grab you as a client after he hears your story he has zero obligations to.
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>>60816534
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>>60820294
Of course, but the fact that a lawyer of all people appears to sincerely think some people do not deserve a defense is ridiculous and a huge red flag. Lawyers more than most should be expected to understand the basic components of an adversarial justice system.
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>>60820348
>thinking people that do crimes should go to jail is a red flag
w e w
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>>60820348
Nothing is inherently wrong with having a moral compass that won't let you defende someone you believe is guilty. All it really means in this case is Bob's not your lawyer
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>>60820383
No, thinking that people shouldn't have a proper trial to figure out what kind of jail and for how long is the red flag. A trial isn't just to figure out if you are guilty.
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>>60810446
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>>60820383
No, thinking that people who do crimes should go directly to jail, without having a spirited and sincere defense in which their crimes are laid out, evidence is explained, and a judge and a jury of his peers determine its severity, likelihood of having occurred, and sentence, is a red flag.

Because those are basic tenets of our legal system.
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>>60820476
Explain to me where this two sentence blurb spells out that he is advocating throwing due process out the window. You are reading things into it that aren't there because your Dear Leader whines on twitter about being the subject of the biggest witch hunt ever (Benghazi says hi)
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>>60820040
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>>60820476
Every time, it's the exact same misrepresentations.
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>>60820509
That's already been explained, little sea lion.

Mueller doesn't think those he feels are guilty deserve a defense. In his own words he thinks they should go to jail. Problem is that's for a judge and jury to decide, which yes, I expect a lawyer to fucking know.

Also
>there's not a lot of gray in his worldview
This is also a bit of a flaw for a fucking lawyer. Surprise, the world isn't fucking black-and-white, and especially in criminal justice.
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>>60820534
>his exact words are "misrepresentations"
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>>60819834
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>>60820546
>It's the job of a judge and jury to decide punishment therefor having an opinion on if someone should go to jail is badwrong
Guess I'll just nip over to the congressional buildings and let them know to do something about all those Lock Her Up chants.
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>>60820546
>>Mueller doesn't think those he feels are guilty deserve a defense
There's a massive difference between a lawyer not believing a person is deserving of THEIR defense and not believing they deserve ANY defense.

Also his opinion that they probably deserve jail doesn't actually mean anything important, because he is not a judge nor a juror. He's entitled to have it, though, and to deny taking a case because of it
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>>60820605
He literally could not do HIS EXACT JOB because his personal opinions of their guilt and what they deserve got in the way.

Yes, this is a flaw for a fucking lawyer. The inability to presume innocence is, in fact, not a laudable thing in a country where the right to presumed innocence is fucking enshrined in the constitution.
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>>60820637
>He literally could not do HIS EXACT JOB because his personal opinions of their guilt and what they deserve got in the way.
Not to mention, this is absolutely fodder for questioning his impartiality in future cases and investigations. He only had short stints as defender because he could not separate out his personal opinions from his professional duty and obligations. Are we supposed to pretend that isn't a big deal for someone entrusted to oversee major investigations?
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>>60820637
Him not taking cases he couldn't support is exactly why it's NOT a flaw. If he was the sort of shitbag you are insinuating, he'd take those kinds of cases and then do a shit job to get them where he thinks they belong. But he doesn't, because he's a good enough lawyer to not take cases he is opposed to.
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>>60820637
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>>60820677
>If he doesn't represent somebody in court
What do you think the "short stints" referred to in the excerpt are?
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>>60820695
Quitting a case before it went to court. As in, making it not his job when he knows he couldn't do it properly.

>>60820657
>because he could not separate out his personal opinions from his professional duty and obligations.
See above.
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>>60820069
Thanks m8
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>>60820976
it's a moderator gulag that's for sure, the only board that I'm aware of with shittier moderation is /co/
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>>60800451
I read the whole thing in an afternoon once I discovered it and the one thing I love is how, in the beginning, its almost serious with its grim darkness. Like you can't tell if they're trying to be a parody or not. Then like a switch you instantly see the 2000 AD humor come through in full force after about the halfway point.
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>>60820469
Robert smalls, amazing story. He hijacks the confederate ship he was enslaved on and turned it against them, and he was later elected to the house in South Carolina
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>>60813296
While he is guilty of Wrathful behavior I think there are many who would empathize more with a Pope who they knew was flawed but working to better himself in the eyes of God like they were rather than someone who is assumed to be perfect from the outset.
That and he murders demons, I don't think many could swing that as a negative quality for being chosen to commune with God.
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>>60813171
Prospero got off easy.
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>>60820637
>presume innocence
Except his client is literally telling him if they did the thing or not. The arguments he could make would be about the law itself since, by the measure of his own clients' words, they are not innocent enough to defend.
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>>60821041
>it's a moderator gulag that's for sure, the only board that I'm aware of with shittier moderation is /co/

The the thing that baffles me about it is that they're plainly here watching threads flush down an ideological culture-war toilet, because of the speed with which they delete posts that complain about their mishandling of the situation. It's as if they want /tg/ to be /pol/'s urinal.
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>>60820579
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>>60822816
It's in a filename thread that already hit 150 images, it's just a conversation, not some grand scale board hijacking. Christ.
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>>60822885
And it should be a /tg/ conversation you elf loving faggot
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>>60822909
>elf loving
Whoa, calm down there anon. I sometimes get annoyed at pervasive /pol/ too but let's not go overboard.
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>>60822885
>already hit 150 images
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>>60822885
>>60822981
Somebody keeps deleting their images it seems.
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>>60822909
S'nothing wrong with elves, you sewer-dwelling, foul-mouthed, unwashed keg of rat piss.
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>>60822909
>>60822958
>>60823036
And like fucking clockwork someone brings up the fucking e*ves.
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>>60819777
not gonna lie, a cephalopod gunslinger would be a fun challenge
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>>60823069
why ARE they such shits?
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>>60822885
You know that this is far from the only one.

It's like, 80-90% of filename threads at varying stages of the life-cycle (remember the derails they get out of webms of police shootings? They started banning those, but now they realized they can do some baiting out of that Mueller filename and other less-graphic ones), you get a good number of threads a week for baiting real-world controversy (along the lines of >>60807983 or the 'guns in fantasy' ones), and the occasional derail in a general.
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>>60816385
>>60816274
>>60818927


What would cause them to look this way?

I don't fully agree that they look "gross", but they definitely look like she somehow built them slightly wrong. They're a little too distinct from the rest of the arm.

Not enough curl variety?
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>>60816421
To be fair, that interpretation of the Qu'ran is only popular BECAUSE the West fucked over the moderates in the Middle East 100 years ago.

It's one of my favorite "watch the dominoes" moments in modern history, where you can watch how one choice X time ago built a bunch of steam and has changed things.

Another fun one is how Harry Truman trying to be a dick created the current 'failure' of modern American politics.
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>>60823264
Skipping leg day and focusing too much on the arms.
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>>60818261
Since we're in 4chan,

>holyavengerinamoderncampaign
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>>60823349
>the West
*the British
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>>60823349
>Another fun one is how Harry Truman trying to be a dick created the current 'failure' of modern American politics.
Or how the modern political circus of SCOTUS candidates is almost entirely Joe Biden's fault alone.

I swear every time that cocksucker whined on TV that the process shouldn't be politicized re: Garland, I wanted to throw something at the TV. He spearheaded the campaign to ambush Robert Bork and gave us the fucking term "borked" which, contrary to popular belief, does not come from Sesame Street.
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>>60823069
Around elves, watch yourselves.
Around drow, watch your cow.
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>>60820695
It could easily refer to the fact that he only worked as a defender briefly because he only took cases where the client was actually innocent, creating relatively short cases.
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>>60822981
This is a great image, Anon. I'm definitely taking it.

It works on so many layers.
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>>60822981
What's it from?
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>>60823421
It wasn’t all bad. Borked is a fun word to say.
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>>60823388
Yes, that's true, a good clarifier.

To those unaware, the British made a deal with Arab moderates, and then reneged on the deal, causing the moderates' enemies, the Sauds, to take over. The Sauds had allied with Wahhab, a radical, anti-Western cleric of Islam. As such, Wahhabism became the default branch of Islam in Saudi Arabia, who then sponsored tons of schools and places to spread that version with all their oil money.

>>60823421
That's actually part of the Truman thing, technically, since the Truman thing shaped the modern Democratic and Republican parties.

And I don't know that I'd call it entirely Biden's fault. His hearing for Bork was commended by Republicans at the time for its fairness. The Democratic institutions had been very clear that they were going to be hard on it.

And his whole "Biden Rule" was a lot nicer than Mitch made it out to be.

But I definitely see how he helped build this shit, and the idea of him arguing against politicizing supreme court seats is pretty hard to swallow.
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>>60823802
Game of Thrones, back when it was good. He's telling Dany to fuck off because Qarth didn't become the greatest city that ever was or will be by letting in every ragtag group of stragglers who begs for pity. She then gets pissed off and threatens them with dragons. I have another image from the same scene with a filename gag at that, but we're at 150.
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>>60823802
That pic is an edit of the Masters of Qorth refusing Danaerys entry.
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>>60823855
>>60823856
Thanks. Never got around to watch it.
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>>60823855
>image from the same scene with a filename gag
Post it next thread.
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>>60823928
We're technically not at the bump limit but I think making a new thread is justifiable when an image thread hits the image limit.
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>>60823948
I mean, if you wait a couple minutes, we'll be at bump too.
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>>60803806
DAPPER DEER LESBIANS
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>>60799149
delicious
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>>60799149
>tfw croatian grandmother
She was very happy. I'd swear I wouldn't be surprised if she were in that thread.
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>>60823987
>>60823987
Here, I'll even help.

The Truman Domino I mentioned earlier is how a bit of political theatre by Truman ended up creating the current Republican and Democratic parties.

Harry Truman, shortly before his re-election bid, wanted to make the (Republican) congress look bad. So he gave a speech on February 2, and introduced a big civil rights package. He did it because then Congress would have to: Vote it down, giving some liberal Democrats a boost. Vote it up, in which case, since it's his package, he gets the boost, or ignore it, in which case they're a 'do-nothing-congress'.

The Southern Democrats get a little irritated, and openly chastise the president. Because, it's important to note, at this juncture, the Democrats are still like, half the party of state's rights, while Republicans were kind of the Civil Rights party.

Congress does nothing, he gets his free shots in, everyone's happy.

Until the Democratic national convention, where a guy gets up and says "I think our President did an amazing and brave thing with his civil rights package this year. That should be part of our platform this election!" And, against Truman's wishes, proceeded to gather enough support to make it happen.

Furious, the Southern Democrats marched out, and made their own candidate, Strom Thurmond.

Truman ended up winning, taking most of the country, despite most people assuming he'd lose.

He didn't do too much with Civil Rights after that, since he never really wanted to be involved anyway. Though he did racially integrate the military, so it's not like he didn't do ANYTHING.

That created a precedent. Now Democrats could be for Civil Rights. And after Eisenhower ran things, they showed up with JFK, and ran with it. This AGAIN pissed off the Southern Democrats, who ran another candidate (though, Thurmond was his VP). And again, JFK won.

Then the Kennedy Assassination happened, and that changed everything.

(cont)
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>>60808799
Ronpaia
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>>60812924
With all main plugs, one of the wires travels directly into the earth. It's called, I think, the 'grounding' wire; if the appliance breaks, then it switches to transmitting the circuit into the ground through the green wire, rendering it safe and inert.

The joke is that they just brought their own dirt instead.
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>>60824413

LBJ, Kennedy's VP, had been selected because he was a hugely influential Southern Democrat. And he realized that he had to carry out the things JFK had said he wanted, to retain his 'mandate', as it were.

So he knuckles down, and leans into Civil Rights, and the Great Society. And the Civil Rights Act passes.

And this is where you can see it all change.

The NEXT election, only 4 states go Republican. The 4 states that had, previously, been the strongholds of Southern Democrats. That had gone for Thurmond in his runs.

Because, betrayed by the mainstream Dems, and the Southern Dems, the group turned.

And, fun fact, Thurmond's party had actually had a full name, other than simply "Southern Democrats". They had run as the "States' Rights Democratic Party". Because they intended the States' Rights argument to supercede arguments of civil rights, especially connected to desegregation.

So, suddenly, in the mid 60's, the Republican party gets a boost in attendance, with a bunch of guys pissed off about the government trampling state's rights, good ol' Christian boys, with a lot on their minds, and 12 years of their own party fucking them over to work out.

And THAT's where the idea of Southerns being staunchly Republican, and the Elite coastal states being Dems comes from: Truman fucked around, and accidentally made Civil Rights a Democratic Value, and then the Dems pissed off their more...let's say "culturally isolationist" elements by adopting it, pushing those values into the Republican camp.

This further created a shift, as it meant that many conservative democrats became Republicans, while more liberal Republicans switched teams, either out of distaste for the new base, or to align themselves with Civil Rights.

This meant that both parties had become more polarized, and continued to do so.

Harry Truman, trying to make his opponents look bad, inadvertently caused a paradigm shift in American politics, redefining both political parties.
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>>60820391

Nobody here has had a criminal lawyer except this guy.

If your lawyer tells you that you're in the clear when you're not, they're terrible. Everyone deserves the opportunity to have their case heard on the public record for representation that ensures you have access to every right afforded to you by law. Being acquitted for something you did is not a right you are afforded by law. Shady timewasting tactics that lead to that result is not a right afforded by law. You can get it, but you have to pay, and most lawyers have more integrity than that.

Nothing in this meme says the lawyer starts breaching confidentiality. If the client wants to go forward with a trial when they're obviously guilty, they'd better pay upfront. Everyone in the system will know what's happening from day one, client will lose, and lawyer will balance reputation with easy money to determine how long they'll drag out the process.
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>>60799086
this should be called "never make a deal with a dragon"
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>>60819834
Damn, Nozomi is hot.
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>>60807191
Actually no! Any adult Catholic unmarried male can be elected pope, it just never happens.
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>>60821285
>That and he murders demons, I don't think many could swing that as a negative quality for being chosen to commune with God.
Do remember that this is a society that has elements that get upset over Nazis dying in Wolfenstein.
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>>60823855
>Qarth didn't become the greatest city that ever was or will be by letting in every ragtag group of stragglers who begs for pity
Europe doesn't watch GoT, it seems.
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>>60824948
Good, yes, simple shit-posting will also draw us closer to the post limit!

Your hard work is appreciated, Anon!
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>>60812752
sauce?
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>>60824124
>not Dapper Deer Dykes
one job
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>>60814762
>let this be known now, if you plan to die, die penniless

You want your money you should pry it out of my fillings while I rot in the ground, faggots.
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>>60823349
>Another fun one is how Harry Truman trying to be a dick created the current 'failure' of modern American politics.
explain please?
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NEW THREAD

>>60825679

>>60823928
by request >>60825679
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>>60825729
Thanks!
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>>60811480
I mean, yeah probably.

The odds of having intelligent life is already so small that the case that we are living in a more advanced civilizations billions of simulations is actually much higher than it arising on its own.

...ooh, its funny to a normie cause she is a self-aware video game characterjust like you.
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>>60823264
Objectively speaking she has all biceps and almost no triceps.
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>>60825608

The historical strokes are here.
>>60824413
>>60824597

There's some elements I left out, that I could further expand on:

As noted, the idea of Civil Rights had, at this juncture, become a Democratic ideal by 1964, and most who disliked it jumped ship for the Republican party.

This isn't FULLY accurate, as it misses a very important set of events from the next election.

By the end of his second term, LBJ was much less popular than he had been in 1964. The big reason for this is an easy one: Vietnam. America didn't like the War, and Johnson had been in charge for most of it.

As such, by the time the 1968 election was coming up, the Democrats were shattering. There were the union guys, the anti-war activists, the minorities who had been recently empowered and protected (Yes, blacks and hispanics, but also Catholics, thanks to JFK's family, specifically Robert Kennedy) and...the Southern Democrats. Yeah, turns out they DIDN'T all jump ship, some of them figured they still had a chance.

So the Democratic National Convention rolls around, and here's a fun fact: The current Primary system for candidates didn't exist, nationally, prior to 1968. Until now, people just kind of campaigned if they felt like it, and then, at the Convention, they tried to convince enough delegates to support them.

In 1968, shortly before the convention, Robert Kennedy gets assassinated. Suddenly, one of the factions doesn't have a leader. In the resulting politics, Herbert Humphey becomes the Democratic nominee. Which is important for 2 reasons: firstly, the SDs and the Activists fucking HATE him, because he was LBJ's VP, so he's basically the new face of the Vietnam War, AND Civil Rights, and secondly: because he was the VP, he never campaigned. The guy just SHOWED UP to the Convention, and got enough people to back him.

This led to literal riots.

(cont)
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>>60826020

The Southern Democrats, pissed off again, ended up being consumed by one of two groups: the Republican party, or The American Independents.

Nixon, noticing that the 64 map had been really interesting, from a electoral point of view, said "Hey, what if I reach out to all those white Southerns who feel betrayed by the Civil Rights Act?"
The American Independents were basically "Strom Thurmond's racist friends Part III, Nigger-kickin' Jamboree". Their candidate was George Wallace, a guy who became governor by famous declaring "Segregation Now, Segregation Forever"...a couple months before the Civil Rights Act became law, and his idea was shot in the face.

Anyway, the rioting and people flipping out about Hubert (misspelled last post) Humphrey, made the democrats go "hmmm. That's some REAL shitty optics. How do we stop that shit from ever happening again?")

They made a commission, who said "well, people tend not to riot if they feel like they had a fair vote, so if you have them vote for candidates BEFORE the election, that should stop it."

And thus the modern primary system was born!

and out of that, came the idea of 'people setting the dialogue' in the primaries: candidates who don't intend to LEGITIMATELY run, but who run in order to force their political allies (or enemies) to move in reaction to them, thus shaping the nation discourse.

So, like, let's say a candidate runs, and says something like "Too long have we denied hard-working Americans the opportunity to have their voices heard. To long have citizens been forced to choose between providing for their families, or sustaining the nation. NO MORE! If I am made president, I will fight to ensure that election day is a Federal Holiday!"

Now, if that polls really well, other candidates may jump in, and agree with it, and soon, you drop out of the race, but hey, you got one of your issues guaranteed to pass. If it polls okay, but not great, now everyone has to at least TALK about it.
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>>60826296
>and out of that, came the idea of 'people setting the dialogue' in the primaries: candidates who don't intend to LEGITIMATELY run, but who run in order to force their political allies (or enemies) to move in reaction to them, thus shaping the nation discourse.
Sorta like how Bernie Sanders forced the Democrats to move much more to the left and more openly pro-socialism despite not actually winning.
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>>60826725
Bernie was a little closer to the reasons such a tactic came into existence: People discovered, over the years of primaries, that having these discussions and different views within their party generated a better understanding of what their constituents wanted.

It's a little like playtesting: as you campaign, you take polls, and you learn what talking points/ideas are working, and which ones aren't, and you adapt. And it's useful to have not just oppository voices, but also similar but different ones, since you can more carefully note distinctions.

This became a noted trend, so some people tapped into it.

A better, if lesser-known example from the same time period is Lawrence Lessig. Lessig campaigned for the Democratic primary based on a rather dry platform of "I intend to reform our electoral process."

unfortunately, he didn't generate a lot of interest or attention, so he dropped out without achieving much.
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>>60826839
Problem is, it seems like a bruising primary fight can hurt the party as a whole. Clearly a lot of bernouts were salty at Hillary though the electoral impact there is debated. It can force a party's platform more to the left or right to win the primary only to find it's getting hammered for it in the general election later. We can see that with the Democrat's current zeal towards ideological purity, which is doubtless not helping it in polling. Despite every manufactured scandal Trump's approval ratings are actually slightly increasing.
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>>60824870
You and I both know it's not the vacuum fact of "Nazis are bad guys" that made people upset with nu-Wolfenstein. Please don't be so disingenuous.
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>>60826934
I hate that disingenuous bullshit. Bless you for calling it out. It's not an honest argument at all, it's just a veiled attack.
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>>60816132
Love this
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>>60819739
Man I've missed the horrors of dwarf fortress, think ill start another game now
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>>60825853

Man, I just tried to add a semi-funny caption to a screenshot I took. Why are you coming at me with this hostility? I haven't done anything to you.
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>>60804779
More /v/ than /tg/ but still good.




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