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Old 08-11-2018, 02:21 PM
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FFS dude that's not what I'm saying at all... You are clearly completely missing the point here. I am just saying you should watch what you say because while you are entitled to free speech, the admins of this message board are here to keep the peace and talking about physically wanting to hurt people, fantasizing or not, would be considered as a trigger to some people who could potentially take that the wrong way thus it is the job of the admins to step in and prevent anything like that from happening by keeping the peace. At this point I have explained myself and I think I have done a decent job explaining cheebas position on this as an admin so at this point everything you were posting is just your attempt at being a smart-ass because I would like to think you are smart enough to understand what you have been told. I am not an admin so that is where I am going to leave it.
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Old 08-11-2018, 02:36 PM
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I've got your point. Here's a little humour for ya: What do bank robbers and post boxes have in common?
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Old 08-11-2018, 11:12 PM
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Well I was going to go watch BlacKKKlansman tonight but after I got to the Boulder Station Casino where the movie theater was at and bought my ticket, the power went out 6 times while I was waiting to go in and they ended up closing the movie theater and gave me a voucher for a free movie pass. I guess I will try again tomorrow. the first time the power went out it scared me, not because the power went out, but because everyone screamed as if someone was shooting up the place. I'm sure a lot of people around here or still freaked out over Mandalay Bay but it is so sad that it has become Instinct for some people to react that way when something as simple as the power going out happens. It really makes you think about the direction this world is going.
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Old 08-12-2018, 05:07 AM
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If people in developed countries lost all of the things that make their lives so cushy like electricity, plumbing, supermarkets, and modern medicine they would be utterly screwed. We really do take those things for granted.
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Old 08-12-2018, 06:01 AM
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Always good to have a contingency plan. I dont so i dont know why im trying to act like a prepper.
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Old 08-12-2018, 09:48 AM
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Well the first time the power went out I took everyone's screams as just instinct or automatically fearing the worst since as I said before, many people in Vegas are still affected by the Mandalay Bay shooting but I also have to take into account then when something like that happens out of the blue there's always going to be someone to Scream by reflex, by fear or in the rare but still Strange Case, just for the sake of doing it, which would explain why every single time the power went out there was a few people that screamed. Those are the weirdos that probably are freaking out thinking their life is over but that first time you could just tell it really freaked people the fuck out because from what I have heard the power doesn't go out around here at casinos especially like that. But to follow up to the point about people not knowing what they would do if we suddenly lost all of our resources we take for granted, I can totally agree with that. it is a big part of why I have been saying for so long that we as a human race are devolving because there was so much we used to have to work for and now technology has made us lazy. Technology has already enslaved us.
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Old 08-12-2018, 10:49 AM
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Well the first time the power went out I took everyone's screams as just instinct or automatically fearing the worst since as I said before, many people in Vegas are still affected by the Mandalay Bay shooting but I also have to take into account then when something like that happens out of the blue there's always going to be someone to Scream by reflex, by fear or in the rare but still Strange Case, just for the sake of doing it, which would explain why every single time the power went out there was a few people that screamed. Those are the weirdos that probably are freaking out thinking their life is over but that first time you could just tell it really freaked people the fuck out because from what I have heard the power doesn't go out around here at casinos especially like that. But to follow up to the point about people not knowing what they would do if we suddenly lost all of our resources we take for granted, I can totally agree with that. it is a big part of why I have been saying for so long that we as a human race are devolving because there was so much we used to have to work for and now technology has made us lazy. Technology has already enslaved us.
It really has. But I like to believe that even if the entire world collapses one day (which I'm sure it will) that there will still be enough capable people around to keep the human species alive.
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Old 08-12-2018, 12:16 PM
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How can the human species survive in a collapsed world?
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Old 08-12-2018, 01:36 PM
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How can the human species survive in a collapsed world?
Well there are people living in third world countries who have survived for hundreds of years without the modern convenience that we developed countries take for granted. I bet they could pull through and figure out a way to survive just like they do now.
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Old 08-12-2018, 01:49 PM
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You'll want to look at that again, last time I checked Africa wasn't doing well at all. And Venezuela, well that's a different story.
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