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Larry Sizemore

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  1. I wonder if Niku knows that he'll be one of many disposable tools torn limb from limb by the people he's shilling for (free of charge) if they ever gain the absolute power they so desperately want, and no longer have a use for whiny-voiced soys who produce nothing except pig-squealing internet posts ranting about shitlords and "bad humans".
  2. How about 5 billion towards nuking Australia?
  3. I see Lord Soy himself has arrived.
  4. Not gonna lie, I'm white and I love me some McChickens.
  5. Fuck Blormpf and those Republican fascisthitlernazis and their... *shuffles deck*... McDonald's!!!
  6. High quality, very listenable, great rhythm to their commentary. Relax, you rock too.
  7. Hard Way and Gandhi calling Halo 1 are like Marv Albert and Doug Collins calling the NBA back in the day.
  8. Anything good been revealed about this in the last few months? Also what the hell happened to the forums. Who did this.
  9. Yes, it is. You haven't explained anything (not that you could), you just keep screaming fuckass at the top of your lungs while calling everyone else a fascist. Why do you think that the media not having access to the names and addresses of people who served on a jury is an unjust obstruction on freedom of information? What entitles the media to that information (regardless of their agenda)? Why is that their business? Why should they be trusted with that information? These are private citizens doing their civic duty for the government, not NPCs that exist only to serve the corrupt, irresponsible curious, well-intentioned media. If you're going to try and counter with some bullshit about the need for accountability (or just cling to that "freedom of information" buzzword like wet toilet paper), then that's funny because putting everyone's personal information on the line in the name of "accountability" sounds an awful lot like the authoritarian state that you're pissing pants about Trump plotting in Putin's dining room or whatever the theory is.
  10. How progressive. You people really have become your own organized religion. I already told you why not. This is private information about private citizens falling into the hands of people who have no business with that information. The point of private information is that it's private, and not up for grabs just because some skeevy media coalition asked for it. Sooooooo, now that I answered my part (AGAIN)... Why do you think that the media not having access to the names and addresses of people who served on a jury is an unjust obstruction on freedom of information? What entitles the media to that information (regardless of their agenda)? Why is that their business? Why should they be trusted with that information? These are private citizens doing their civic duty for the government, not NPCs that exist only to serve the corrupt, irresponsible curious, well-intentioned media. If you're going to try and counter with some bullshit about the need for accountability (or just cling to that "freedom of information" buzzword like wet toilet paper), then that's funny because putting everyone's personal information on the line in the name of "accountability" sounds an awful lot like the authoritarian state that you're pissing pants about Trump plotting in Putin's dining room or whatever the theory is.
  11. I love that classic Twitter liberal attitude though. "I don't address you with respect because you're a big fat wrongface! By the way, you're an intolerant fascist!" How poorly does someone have to be raised to become like that?
  12. Why do you think that the media not having access to the names and addresses of people who served on a jury is an unjust obstruction on freedom of information? What entitles the media to that information (regardless of their agenda)? Why is that their business? Why should they be trusted with that information? These are private citizens doing their civic duty for the government, not NPCs that exist only to serve the corrupt, irresponsible curious, well-intentioned media. If you're going to try and counter with some bullshit about the need for accountability (or just cling to that "freedom of information" buzzword like wet toilet paper), then that's funny because putting everyone's personal information on the line in the name of "accountability" sounds an awful lot like the authoritarian state that you're pissing pants about Trump plotting in Putin's dining room or whatever the theory is.
  13. Why don't you try addressing me directly, Baizuo Lemon. Why do you think that the media not having access to the names and addresses of people who served on a jury is an unjust obstruction on freedom of information? What entitles the media to that information (regardless of their agenda)? Why is that their business? Why should they be trusted with that information? These are private citizens doing their civic duty for the government, not NPCs that exist only to serve the corrupt, irresponsible curious, well-intentioned media. If you're going to try and counter with some bullshit about the need for accountability (or just cling to that "freedom of information" buzzword like wet toilet paper), then that's funny because putting everyone's personal information on the line in the name of "accountability" sounds an awful lot like the authoritarian state that you're pissing pants about Trump plotting in Putin's dining room or whatever the theory is. You probably won't even respond to this, it will be just another isolated two-line shitpost about either fucking idiot this, Trump fascismhiternazi that, everyone who doesn't share my totally-rational political views is a treasonhead poonugget, etc etc.
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