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DarkKnightNomeD last won the day on July 7 2016

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  1. NO OUTAGE - That is an OUTRAGE - WE HAVE 4G Everywehre! LOL
  2. @CGK - best song ever https://www.facebook.com/LieutenantDansMagicLegs/videos/1254817507917845/
  3. From Milo ~ http://i.imgur.com/qYCg8MI.jpg -
  4. liberals are aiding Islamists in destroying Western nations, more specifically Canada
  5. Aren't you hard at work ~ forum ~ @Cinnamon
  6. OMG This is AMAZING - HAHAHAHAHHA World War Meme: How a group of anonymous keyboard commandos conquered the internet for Donald Trump—and plans to deliver Europe to the far right. http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/03/memes-4chan-trump-supporters-trolls-internet-214856 https://archive.is/ySsLf Just going to post it as is on pol - read the full story - HIGHLIGHTS: >Braynard showed me a badge he ordered online to memorialize his service in the Great Meme War. It features Pepe the Frog—a cartoon symbol of mischievous fun or racist hatred, depending on whom you ask—and the name of his make-believe battalion, “The 1st Deplorables.” >The fighters in the Great Meme War took their intimate knowledge of this ecosystem and weaponized it, genetically engineering pro-Trump and anti-Clinton supermemes they designed to gain as much mainstream traction as possible. They juiced the rules on platforms like Reddit and created networks of fake accounts on Twitter to push the memes in front of as many eyeballs as possible as quickly as possible. The staging ground was an anonymous message board called “/pol/”—the “politically incorrect” section of 4Chan, which was founded in 2003 to host discussions about anime and has since evolved into a malignant hive mind with vast influence over online culture. The denizens of /pol/ believe that their efforts memed President Trump into existence, midwifing his presidency from a far-fetched fantasy into our current reality. Memes like “the Trump Train” were popularized by 4Chan, spread to the rest of the Web and then rapidly absorbed into official campaign messaging—sometimes reaching all the way to the candidate himself. >The “Gamergate” harassment campaigns against women in the video-game industry were often organized on 4Chan. That episode involved allegations that a female video-game developer was cheating on her boyfriend with multiple men in the industry, and thus ushered the term “cuck,” short for cuckold, into 4Chan parlance. (This, in turn, had profound linguistic consequences for the Republican presidential primary when “cuckservative” became the insult of choice for insufficiently Trumpian Republicans.) Gamergate also hardened anti-political correctness sentiment on 4Chan, and when administrators eventually banned discussion of the topic, it proved a boon to the nascent 8Chan—a sort of ISIS to 4Chan’s Al Qaeda, a splinter group whose founder believed 4Chan had grown too controlled. >“For a lot of people, on the first day it was like, ‘This would be f**king hilarious,’ and then when he started coming up with policy stuff—the border wall, the Muslim ban—people on the boards were like, ‘This can’t be real. This is the greatest troll of all time,’” recounted “Marcus,” a former military intelligence officer in his 30s who participated in the Great Meme War. Marcus, who lives in Washington state, professionally monitors message boards across the Web and spoke on condition of anonymity. (He initially arranged to speak to me through a mutual acquaintance who gave me a burner number with a Rhode Island area code and an appointment set in Mountain Time.) -
  7. Nahhh - It's way more like They Live.
  8. Ctrl + Alt + Delete times 2 makes the website work better. Specially if you are on windows 95..
  9. You need a year subscription to stop this from happening. Better get on it...
  10. fk yeah! I'm on the opposite side - Fking having a blast blowing rats out of a deep hole. LOL tbos fgts
  11. @Cinnamon - http://i.imgur.com/e0QZ9V4.jpg
  12. come listen to our dumbass's if you are bored
  13. Cheers I guess. :)
  14. Many avenues of investigation for Trump Russia connection David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about the many opportunities for investigation posed by Donald Trump's relationship with Russia and Russia's role in the 2016 election. http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/watch/many-avenues-of-investigation-for-trump-russia-connection-886260291622 http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/watch/new-commerce-secretary-at-nexus-of-lucrative-trump-russian-deal-886220355575 http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/watch/white-house-denials-raise-new-questions-886225987806 http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/watch/trump-choices-like-manafort-not-so-odd-from-russian-perspective-886238787711