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12:43 AM
Good?
@TimStone Jesus Christ
 
Call of Duty: Age restricted to Teens (depending on country)
NRA: Guns for All Ages
 
1:11 AM
@GnomeSlice That is the sane response, yes.
 
 
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2:52 AM
Wait, wait, that Iranian tanker the US was trying to seize changed its name??
> The time window for a new seizure was also rapidly closing, as workers were seen by an AP crew hanging on a ladder to repaint the vessel’s bow with the name “Adrian Darya 1” over the place where “Grace 1” had already been blackened out.
There's no additional provided context here for why this was done
The only conclusion I can draw is the head-tapping meme "Can't seize the Grace 1 if the Grace 1 doesn't exist"
 
3:41 AM
Hey people with twitters, please please please report this bot as “uses the reply function to spam”
It’s been like 2 weeks of me reporting multiple tweets by this account every day and I think they’re ignoring me
The problem is, this account gets LOTS of retweets and likes
In the hundreds on many
 
4:04 AM
Is it really against the rules to reply to lots of random tweets?
I mean, I wouldn't usually call that spam because he's replying different things to different tweets
 
Ash
4:43 AM
Yeah I am not sure that would count as spam
 
 
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11:48 AM
The Trump administration just told the Supreme Court that it's legal to fire workers for being transgender amp.businessinsider.com/…
 
@Wipqozn just another mark against that claim he made about being "most pro-LGBT presidential nominee in the history of the Republican Party"
 
 
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1:16 PM
French waiter shot dead for being 'too slow with sandwich' beta.ctvnews.ca/national/world/2019/8/17/1_4554321.html
> A customer shot a waiter dead at an eatery on the outskirts of Paris, apparently enraged at being made to wait for a sandwich, a source close to the investigation said Saturday.
 
1:32 PM
@Wipqozn says the waiter was shot in the shoulder. i assume they must have died from blood loss which to be honest i didn't think that would be the case with a shoulder wound
 
@Stormblessed wasn't meant to be. just my own surprise. ofcause for any gun owner it should be expected then if they pull the trigger, no matter the context or intent they should be expecting to kill a person and all that act brings with it
 
yup
Their only achievements that I can think of are banning trans people from being in the military, and trying to literally remove them from the laws
"Great record" indeed
 
> The administration’s aggressive negotiations on trade deals have preserved LGBTQ jobs
when he isn't saying it's ok to fire people because they are trans, so more for the LGB_Q
 
 
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8:14 PM
‘Brilliant’ loophole? Lexington schools met ‘In God We Trust’ mandate by framing a dollar. kentucky.com/news/local/education/…
> Pike took a photo and posted it on Facebook Wednesday along with this message about Fayette County Public Schools’ response to Kentucky’s new law that requires the national “In God We Trust” motto to be displayed prominently at schools:
Fuck the Kentucky government.
"Separation of church and state, I mean, unless it's Christianity."
 
Ash
@Wipqozn amen to that but this is a fascinating way around it
 
8:37 PM
@Ash Honestly, it's not the way I'd go about it, but I don't think it would be a good idea to hang a sarcastic/facetious artwork making a mockery of that motto in a public school in a highly religious environment
 
@Nzall I mean that's just not a good idea in general. You should be teaching children to respect the beliefs of others, not the opposite.
 
@Wipqozn I could really tear into how America and the Church in general has twisted Christianity into something that as of this moment does not deserve respect, especially not mine, but this is not the place for that
Like, I respect the concepts of Christianity, like Love Thy Neighbor and support your community and help the poor and needy, but so much of that religion has been twisted beyond that with greed and hatred
 
@Nzall eh it’s funny, the law’s totally unconstitutional anyway
 
Ash
9:11 PM
@Nzall there is more to Christian beliefs than fundie evangelicals.
 
@Ash the typical US evangelical christians have almost nothing in common with most Christians I'd encounter in Germany. They share a label, but almost nothing else
 
 
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Ash
10:39 PM
@MadScientist mhm - it is not Christianity as I know it - even the worst parts of the Christianity I grew up in is not that.
I may not ascribe to it in the same way as I once did (The Baha'i faith is based on progressive revelation so Christ is still important but differently so) but yeah, America, what did you dooooo.
 

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