Meson Bolt

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  1. Yesterday morning the CHOP was taken down. Took long enough. Several criminals were arrested there and the police are back in their East Precinct.

    I hope this shows all of the mobs around America that we're done with the bullshit. I do feel sorry, however, for any peaceful protesters who are still out there on the streets; your group and movement have been co-opted and used as cover for these criminals.

    1. Bakugou is my Man

      Bakugou is my Man

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  2. People nowadays be like:

    Russian. German. Italian. Spanish. English. French. Dutch. Swiss. Swedish. Norwegian. Finnish. Danish. Polish. Czech. Irish. Scottish. Canadian. Australian. New Zealander. South African. Lithuanian. Turkish. Greek. Latvian. Serbian. American.

    White.

  3. The CHAZ (Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone) in Seattle is reportedly changing its name to CHOP (Capitol Hill Occupied Protest), possibly because trying to start a new country that's hostile to the US government this close to Fort Lewis is a real bad idea.

    I've been to downtown Seattle a couple times. You can hear the attack helicopters on the daily.

    1. Jesse Terrence

      Jesse Terrence

      Honestly, that has to be the most stupid idea the protesters must have had up to this point.

      Not the name change, but making a new country within a country next to a military base using resources of the country they want to become independent from. I just want to see how their anarch system makes a whole burning shithole in a couple months. Literally the government would be in all its right to cut all basic services to the zone since the zone would not be part of the USA.

    2. Meson Bolt

      Meson Bolt

      Again, I'm guessing that's why they changed the name. Forfeiting your citizenship makes you an illegal immigrant, and the US doesn't take kindly to secession. 

      A flight of four A-10's could be cleared weapons hot for Seattle in less than an hour. I've seen those things scramble in Korea, they don't fuck around.

    3. Jesse Terrence

      Jesse Terrence

      I know, but tell that to all the dumbasses who are over supportive of the whole thing. There's an inflection point which they should not cross, and they're dangerously flirting with it. And you know, if they were to take care of them, people would outcry the government took overly repressive measures, when they technically didn't do so.

      I wonder what might both the cops and the crowd that didn't help Floyd be thinking as this thing keeps scallating.

  4. For my own sins will I apologize, not for those of my father, nor his father, nor for those of my ancestors.

  5. I'm so glad the Republic of China is doing their part in keeping their people safe during this coronavirus outbreak, and I kinda wish the World Health Organization would look to their procedures as a guideline to help other countries.

  6. ...You know, we aren't actually siblings. (gosh thats horrible)
  7. I DM'd for our d&d party for the first time yesterday, and pretty much destroyed the entire party.

    Not like a TPK or anything, but I managed to turn two of the characters to the "dark side" and split the party clean down the middle. Two on the side of good, two on the side of evil.

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    1. Rebel Brony 42

      Rebel Brony 42

      If they went evil, it was their choice, not your fault.

      I'm listening to Victorius, Beyond The Iron Sky, and the lyric was "choose your path, good or evil" exactly when I was writing that. :mlp_blink: We live in a computer similation.

  8. Just found the best trick for falling asleep instantly as soon as you hit the bed.

    Work for 13 hours straight before hitting the bed. :P

    1. EpicEnergy

      EpicEnergy

      I work a 12-hour shift, so I guess that would also cause me to be sleepy.

    2. HearthSoul

      HearthSoul

      Welp it takes me an hour just to fall asleep

  9. *boops the doe* :p

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    2. Deerie

      Deerie

      I manage, you know like being on a rollercoaster— you ?

    3. Meson Bolt

      Meson Bolt

      Fine. A little stressed atm, but that's good for you, right? :P

    4. Deerie

      Deerie

      @Meson Bolt don’t over-do it. :worry:

  10. You need to stop. This topic needs to be locked. You're spreading misinformation and trolling everybody here.
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  13. Please review and lock this topic. It's not helping anybody and is actually quite harmful.

     

    1. Lucky Bolt

      Lucky Bolt

      Oop yeah I missed that! Dark Horse beat me to it.:wacko:

  14. I'm convinced that @Sparkleberry is trolling now, and I'm going to contact the mods to review this post.
  15. You are talking about things which you do not understand. You. Need. To. Stop.
  16. Sorry fam, but no. I spent 9 months in a foreign country snuggled up to the world's most unhinged nuclear-capable regime, and I can confidently say that a "high pressure level" isn't good for you. I'm all for exercise, I'm all for circulating blood, burning fat and keeping yourself healthy, but when you're touting half-truths this dangerous, you're being very harmful and dangerous. You need to stop.
  17. Dude stop. All you're doing is posting random movie or TV show clips that have no relevance to what you're talking about, and you're spreading misinformation. This is harmful. There are children on this site and they might believe this nonsense.
  18. I don't understand what you're trying to say here. As someone who regularly gets stressed out (I'm a U.S. Soldier), I can confirm that stress is both good and bad. It's good for short-term in-the-moment bursts of energy, but really bad if you're exposed to it long-term.
  19. Umm... no. That's not how that works at all. xD What you're probably referring to is the immediate effects of reacting to a stressful situation. Stress can be great for increased physical ability; it can excite your body, increase blood flow and heart rate, release fuels into your bloodstream, and increase muscle tension. This is great for reacting to in-the-moment stressors, like accidents such as car crashes or fires. As your body responds to a "fight or flight" situation, you can gain a genuine positive benefit to being stressed out. But long-term exposure to stress brings about all sorts of problems. Having your muscles tense for long periods of time causes pain and muscle atrophy. Higher blood pressure can lead to gastrointestinal problems and headaches. And a higher heart rate can lead to immune system deficiency and all the nasty things that brings. It's important to realize what stressors you encounter, how your body responds to them, and whether or not it's an appropriate response. It's also important to relieve stress too, as staying stressed for really long can lead to physiological and psychological issues like depression or substance abuse.
  20. https://voca.ro/mXwBdxCtLFa Don't judge me. I mumble a lot.