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dj coma

Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #15 on: May 23, 2020, 01:15:34 PM »



i don’t give a fuck either way .. ima do what i feel regardless

Oh so now you wanna go quiet on this?  You were drinking the juice real hard when this thing first surfaced and your boy Infinite tried to show you the light... now you are just gonna go silent?  Man up and admit you fell for the hype and now you don't want to admit you might of been wrong


once again i’m not guna act like i know what’s up when i don’t

i’m not God

neither are you so shut up and sit yo ass down as this thing unfolds

I know exactly what's up the whole thing is bullshit!! 

...please tell me you are not one of the sheeple wearing masks?

OK GOOD, UR THE ALL KNOWING, BRAVO......


CONSIDERING MOST STORES WONT LET U IN WITOUT A MASK, WHAT AM I SPOSTA DO?


ARE U ONE OF THOSE WEIRDOS WHO GETS KICKED OUT OF STORES FOR NOT WEARING A MASK AND GOES VIRAL FOR THEIR OVER-THE-TOP PRIDE?

Standing up for your constitutional rights and freedoms makes u a weirdo?  Being a nerd who actually believes the lies mass media is feedin u, a healthy 30 year old wearin a mask cause he has like a .000000000001 percent chance of dying and thinks mommy and daddy government will tuck him in at night and keep him safe seems lame to me, but hey... guess what that is their right too... I ain’t the one who is gonna tell anyone how to live their life and what to wear and where they can and can’t go and when they can leave home—and vice versa I ask for the same freedom...

so i should skip grocery shopping because they won’t sell you anything if you’re not wearing a mask?

what should i eat then?

maybe i should go scouring trash cans for food so that i can say i stood up to the government!







lmao

Naw if they forced u to wear it then that’s on them, u had no choice, I’ve had to wear it a couple times because  I was forced to by work or travel... but I ain’t gonna call someone a weirdo for standing up for his constitutional rights and freedom and refusing to wear it...

If anything what looks weird is the society we are creatin today where everyone roams about in mask like sheeple, faceless, voiceless, masses who have submitted to the fear-mongers in the media

Unless the government tries to say or make a law that you have to wear a mask in public, nobody’s constitutional rights are being violated. It’s 100% legal for a private business to require you to wear a mask while you’re inside their store. They have been doing it for decades by having a no shirt no shoes policy.
 

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Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #16 on: May 25, 2020, 12:44:42 AM »



i don’t give a fuck either way .. ima do what i feel regardless

Oh so now you wanna go quiet on this?  You were drinking the juice real hard when this thing first surfaced and your boy Infinite tried to show you the light... now you are just gonna go silent?  Man up and admit you fell for the hype and now you don't want to admit you might of been wrong


once again i’m not guna act like i know what’s up when i don’t

i’m not God

neither are you so shut up and sit yo ass down as this thing unfolds

I know exactly what's up the whole thing is bullshit!! 

...please tell me you are not one of the sheeple wearing masks?

OK GOOD, UR THE ALL KNOWING, BRAVO......


CONSIDERING MOST STORES WONT LET U IN WITOUT A MASK, WHAT AM I SPOSTA DO?


ARE U ONE OF THOSE WEIRDOS WHO GETS KICKED OUT OF STORES FOR NOT WEARING A MASK AND GOES VIRAL FOR THEIR OVER-THE-TOP PRIDE?

Standing up for your constitutional rights and freedoms makes u a weirdo?  Being a nerd who actually believes the lies mass media is feedin u, a healthy 30 year old wearin a mask cause he has like a .000000000001 percent chance of dying and thinks mommy and daddy government will tuck him in at night and keep him safe seems lame to me, but hey... guess what that is their right too... I ain’t the one who is gonna tell anyone how to live their life and what to wear and where they can and can’t go and when they can leave home—and vice versa I ask for the same freedom...

so i should skip grocery shopping because they won’t sell you anything if you’re not wearing a mask?

what should i eat then?

maybe i should go scouring trash cans for food so that i can say i stood up to the government!







lmao

Naw if they forced u to wear it then that’s on them, u had no choice, I’ve had to wear it a couple times because  I was forced to by work or travel... but I ain’t gonna call someone a weirdo for standing up for his constitutional rights and freedom and refusing to wear it...

If anything what looks weird is the society we are creatin today where everyone roams about in mask like sheeple, faceless, voiceless, masses who have submitted to the fear-mongers in the media

Unless the government tries to say or make a law that you have to wear a mask in public, nobody’s constitutional rights are being violated. It’s 100% legal for a private business to require you to wear a mask while you’re inside their store. They have been doing it for decades by having a no shirt no shoes policy.

First off, a lot of them are not private businesses, like TSA for example at airports and health care facilities that are regulated by the state.  The pressure is coming from the government in many cases and you know this so I don’t know why you are bending over backwards to make excuses for your mommy and daddy—I mean government
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Sikotic™

Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #17 on: June 02, 2020, 04:31:38 PM »
Magically, COVID-19 (the "deadly" disease that has killed less than 1% of the world's population) isn't an issue anymore since the protests began. Funny how that works.

Starting a race war is now juicier for the politicians and mainstream media.
 

Sccit

Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #18 on: June 03, 2020, 09:21:59 AM »
Magically, COVID-19 (the "deadly" disease that has killed less than 1% of the world's population) isn't an issue anymore since the protests began. Funny how that works.

Starting a race war is now juicier for the politicians and mainstream media.

so you think the protests are fake?

you don’t believe there’s racial injustice in this country??
 

Sikotic™

Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #19 on: June 03, 2020, 12:41:56 PM »
Magically, COVID-19 (the "deadly" disease that has killed less than 1% of the world's population) isn't an issue anymore since the protests began. Funny how that works.

Starting a race war is now juicier for the politicians and mainstream media.

so you think the protests are fake?

you don’t believe there’s racial injustice in this country??
Nah its not a either/or situation.

The George Floyd situation is a tragedy. One that happens every day unfortunately whch is why all of this si finally coming to a head.

However, now that this si the new juicy news story that's getting news ratings, suddenly coronavirus isnt gonna wipe out the world like the media had you believe up until last week.

You always follow the money and there's a lot more money to be made off BLM and the exploiting racial tension in the US.

You're a smart dude. I'm sure you can see there is more than meets the eye in all of this. Fear & emotion = $$$
 

Sccit

Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #20 on: June 03, 2020, 04:34:53 PM »
Magically, COVID-19 (the "deadly" disease that has killed less than 1% of the world's population) isn't an issue anymore since the protests began. Funny how that works.

Starting a race war is now juicier for the politicians and mainstream media.

so you think the protests are fake?

you don’t believe there’s racial injustice in this country??
Nah its not a either/or situation.

The George Floyd situation is a tragedy. One that happens every day unfortunately whch is why all of this si finally coming to a head.

However, now that this si the new juicy news story that's getting news ratings, suddenly coronavirus isnt gonna wipe out the world like the media had you believe up until last week.

You always follow the money and there's a lot more money to be made off BLM and the exploiting racial tension in the US.

You're a smart dude. I'm sure you can see there is more than meets the eye in all of this. Fear & emotion = $$$

i understand what you’re insinuating

i guess my question is whether you believe systemic racism and white supremacy is as huge an issue as the media is making it out to be or whether you think the extent of it is being overblown.
 

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Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #21 on: June 04, 2020, 09:31:37 AM »
Magically, COVID-19 (the "deadly" disease that has killed less than 1% of the world's population) isn't an issue anymore since the protests began. Funny how that works.

Starting a race war is now juicier for the politicians and mainstream media.

perhaps, but all the regulations are mostly still there and don't seem to be leaving anytime soon.  You still can't even so much as go see a Little League baseball game in most places around the country and most businesses are either closed or operating with at 50% capacity with two hands tied behind their back--indefinitely.

If people want to protest something they should protest this prison planet, business closures, lockdowns, and stay at home orders.  That's affecting the entire world--rather than an incident in a city in Minnesota amidst a country of 400 million that could fit 30 European nations inside of it.
« Last Edit: June 04, 2020, 09:33:20 AM by Infinite Trapped in 1996 »
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"I didn't do nothing but make people money and I didn't leave nobody high and dry.  Any album (on death row) people are going to check for.  But it's time for Dre to worry about Dre.  I'm focused on the new Snoop Doggs, not like that but you know what I mean."

Dre -  Source 1996 cover

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-Dre, Rolling Stones mag 1999 Em cover

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Sikotic™

Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #22 on: June 04, 2020, 08:49:51 PM »
Magically, COVID-19 (the "deadly" disease that has killed less than 1% of the world's population) isn't an issue anymore since the protests began. Funny how that works.

Starting a race war is now juicier for the politicians and mainstream media.

so you think the protests are fake?

you don’t believe there’s racial injustice in this country??
Nah its not a either/or situation.

The George Floyd situation is a tragedy. One that happens every day unfortunately whch is why all of this si finally coming to a head.

However, now that this si the new juicy news story that's getting news ratings, suddenly coronavirus isnt gonna wipe out the world like the media had you believe up until last week.

You always follow the money and there's a lot more money to be made off BLM and the exploiting racial tension in the US.

You're a smart dude. I'm sure you can see there is more than meets the eye in all of this. Fear & emotion = $$$

i understand what you’re insinuating

i guess my question is whether you believe systemic racism and white supremacy is as huge an issue as the media is making it out to be or whether you think the extent of it is being overblown.
To answer your question: not at all. I do question how genuine a lot of people are about their outrage over some shit that as been happening for hundreds of years though. Both authority and white people who think the thing to do is post up a black box to feel like they are standing up for their black friends. Not all, but many.

 

Sikotic™

Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #23 on: June 04, 2020, 08:57:22 PM »
Magically, COVID-19 (the "deadly" disease that has killed less than 1% of the world's population) isn't an issue anymore since the protests began. Funny how that works.

Starting a race war is now juicier for the politicians and mainstream media.

perhaps, but all the regulations are mostly still there and don't seem to be leaving anytime soon.  You still can't even so much as go see a Little League baseball game in most places around the country and most businesses are either closed or operating with at 50% capacity with two hands tied behind their back--indefinitely.

If people want to protest something they should protest this prison planet, business closures, lockdowns, and stay at home orders.  That's affecting the entire world--rather than an incident in a city in Minnesota amidst a country of 400 million that could fit 30 European nations inside of it.
They will never be fully restored. Just like post-911. Rights were taken away that are never coming back. What was initially done to prevent the medical system from being overwhelmed morphed into "until we find a virus" and most people didn't even think twice about it. How convenient when there is no vaccine and there probably never will be a vaccine.

What people fail to understand is that you need to stop looking to your government to make decisions for you. Be your own individual and think for your own. Do your homework. Anderson Cooper, Steven Colbert or whoever the majority of people get their facts and info from are bought and sold and don't give a fuck about you or what is best for you.

We had some protests against this socialism and fascism, but the media dismissed it and labeled them as "crazy people who just want haircuts". Ok....
 

Sccit

Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #24 on: June 04, 2020, 09:04:09 PM »
Magically, COVID-19 (the "deadly" disease that has killed less than 1% of the world's population) isn't an issue anymore since the protests began. Funny how that works.

Starting a race war is now juicier for the politicians and mainstream media.

so you think the protests are fake?

you don’t believe there’s racial injustice in this country??
Nah its not a either/or situation.

The George Floyd situation is a tragedy. One that happens every day unfortunately whch is why all of this si finally coming to a head.

However, now that this si the new juicy news story that's getting news ratings, suddenly coronavirus isnt gonna wipe out the world like the media had you believe up until last week.

You always follow the money and there's a lot more money to be made off BLM and the exploiting racial tension in the US.

You're a smart dude. I'm sure you can see there is more than meets the eye in all of this. Fear & emotion = $$$

i understand what you’re insinuating

i guess my question is whether you believe systemic racism and white supremacy is as huge an issue as the media is making it out to be or whether you think the extent of it is being overblown.
To answer your question: not at all. I do question how genuine a lot of people are about their outrage over some shit that as been happening for hundreds of years though. Both authority and white people who think the thing to do is post up a black box to feel like they are standing up for their black friends. Not all, but many.

i noticed you didnt partake in blackout tuesday........to me, it's more a symbol of solidarity and displaying understanding in the depth of the system in place. a lot of people truly believe white supremacy is a made up thing and have no idea why black people are upset right now.
 

Sikotic™

Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #25 on: June 09, 2020, 12:52:59 AM »
Magically, COVID-19 (the "deadly" disease that has killed less than 1% of the world's population) isn't an issue anymore since the protests began. Funny how that works.

Starting a race war is now juicier for the politicians and mainstream media.

so you think the protests are fake?

you don’t believe there’s racial injustice in this country??
Nah its not a either/or situation.

The George Floyd situation is a tragedy. One that happens every day unfortunately whch is why all of this si finally coming to a head.

However, now that this si the new juicy news story that's getting news ratings, suddenly coronavirus isnt gonna wipe out the world like the media had you believe up until last week.

You always follow the money and there's a lot more money to be made off BLM and the exploiting racial tension in the US.

You're a smart dude. I'm sure you can see there is more than meets the eye in all of this. Fear & emotion = $$$

i understand what you’re insinuating

i guess my question is whether you believe systemic racism and white supremacy is as huge an issue as the media is making it out to be or whether you think the extent of it is being overblown.
To answer your question: not at all. I do question how genuine a lot of people are about their outrage over some shit that as been happening for hundreds of years though. Both authority and white people who think the thing to do is post up a black box to feel like they are standing up for their black friends. Not all, but many.

i noticed you didnt partake in blackout tuesday........to me, it's more a symbol of solidarity and displaying understanding in the depth of the system in place. a lot of people truly believe white supremacy is a made up thing and have no idea why black people are upset right now.
I think its great that these discussions are taking place now and I feel that people will have a better understanding of systemic racism now. A lot of people really don't get it and think because "I have a black friend" or "we had a black president" means all problems have been solved.

Now I didn't participate in #blackouttuesday because I don't do sheep things. You're not gonna see me do a #challenge or TikTok dance either. Most people posting black boxes didn't even realize that they were hurting the BLM movement by drowning out week/months/years of BLM info with a bunch of black boxes. Whoever organized that one didn't think it through lol.

Speaking of the BLM movement, if I really wanted to ruffle some feathers I am not the biggest proponent of BLM to begin with. That is a whole nother discussion though.
 

Sccit

Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #26 on: June 09, 2020, 06:50:03 AM »
Magically, COVID-19 (the "deadly" disease that has killed less than 1% of the world's population) isn't an issue anymore since the protests began. Funny how that works.

Starting a race war is now juicier for the politicians and mainstream media.

so you think the protests are fake?

you don’t believe there’s racial injustice in this country??
Nah its not a either/or situation.

The George Floyd situation is a tragedy. One that happens every day unfortunately whch is why all of this si finally coming to a head.

However, now that this si the new juicy news story that's getting news ratings, suddenly coronavirus isnt gonna wipe out the world like the media had you believe up until last week.

You always follow the money and there's a lot more money to be made off BLM and the exploiting racial tension in the US.

You're a smart dude. I'm sure you can see there is more than meets the eye in all of this. Fear & emotion = $$$

i understand what you’re insinuating

i guess my question is whether you believe systemic racism and white supremacy is as huge an issue as the media is making it out to be or whether you think the extent of it is being overblown.
To answer your question: not at all. I do question how genuine a lot of people are about their outrage over some shit that as been happening for hundreds of years though. Both authority and white people who think the thing to do is post up a black box to feel like they are standing up for their black friends. Not all, but many.

i noticed you didnt partake in blackout tuesday........to me, it's more a symbol of solidarity and displaying understanding in the depth of the system in place. a lot of people truly believe white supremacy is a made up thing and have no idea why black people are upset right now.
A lot of people really don't get it and think because "I have a black friend" or "we had a black president" means all problems have been solved.




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Matty

Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #27 on: June 11, 2020, 12:57:09 PM »
no lockdown. it's a short-sighted overeaction from the political class with the by-product being a fertile testing ground seeing where people are with authority. and we have the answer it's not good news when they want to put the squeeze on with a police state. 99% will just roll over and accept it with no cohesive reasoning, any old bogeyman will suffice if it's for the 'greater good'. as someone said earlier the virus has killed few people of reasonable age without serious existing conditions. nowhere near enough to where you would close down entire economies to protect. advising the most vunerable to isolate was the correct response and everyone could have chipped in to make sure those people got their essentials. fraction of the cost the lockdown.

the economic fallout will damage people's lives far more than the virus ever could. good news is collapse of the IMF$ system is now firmly on the horizon, bad news is normal people without access to a printing press will be far poorer with inflation on essential goods. going to be a turning point one way or the other pretty soon.
« Last Edit: June 11, 2020, 07:04:27 PM by Matty »
 

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Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #28 on: July 16, 2020, 09:43:27 PM »
no lockdown. it's a short-sighted overeaction from the political class with the by-product being a fertile testing ground seeing where people are with authority. and we have the answer it's not good news when they want to put the squeeze on with a police state. 99% will just roll over and accept it with no cohesive reasoning, any old bogeyman will suffice if it's for the 'greater good'. as someone said earlier the virus has killed few people of reasonable age without serious existing conditions. nowhere near enough to where you would close down entire economies to protect. advising the most vunerable to isolate was the correct response and everyone could have chipped in to make sure those people got their essentials. fraction of the cost the lockdown.

the economic fallout will damage people's lives far more than the virus ever could. good news is collapse of the IMF$ system is now firmly on the horizon, bad news is normal people without access to a printing press will be far poorer with inflation on essential goods. going to be a turning point one way or the other pretty soon.

good spit...

...and btw...Sccit... how you enjoying that second round of lockdowns in Cali, Sccit?  How bout them Lakers?  That's got to be fun right?!? 

Let's test a bunch of healthy, asymptomatic athletes and then make them sit out two weeks if they test positive even if they are 100% healthy and fine.  That sounds like a good idea, right?

And lol@Major League Baseball.  The Royals have nobody to play the catcher position when they start play in a week because all their catchers tested positive--so they have to sit out 2 weeks.  The irony of it is, is that all 5 of the Royals players who tested positive are 100% healthy and asymptomatic but they still have to sit out anyway.

Amazing... Imagine a virus so dangerous that if nobody tested you, you would not even know you had it--and you would continue on with your life just fine!  

If not for all the propoganda America would of continued on just fine this year, and we would of had a normal year, and at the very worst people would of just thought it was nothing more than maybe a bad flu season.  Health officials, politicians, and media created a crisis where there wasn't one.  Then they shut down countries and limited the world's ability to overcome and try to combat challenges.  There will always be challenges in life.  Last I checked you are supposed to stand up to challenges, be brave, and look for innovative solutions.  Shutting down and telling everyone to stay home is not a solution.  Nor is covering your face up with a mask and compromising your breathing.

I'm out there on the front lines.  I went out to the plaza in KC and busted (busking) a fucking 30 minute freestyle against the KC Mayor Lucas for mandating masks.  Right there in front of everybody in what is the equivalent to the town square.  You might as well of called me crying, Brian... Because I served the function of the "town cryer"!   I busted a mean freestyle on some shit like,

"You try to put a mask on me/
You say I got to wear a mask-just-to-be-me/
Tell me I can't breathe naturally/
Cause Bill Gates wants to put a vaccine inside-of-me/
Telling me that I ain't free/
Stay at home doggy/
muzzle up and erase the face/
I got to wear a mask to occupy public space/
Fuck that, and to that I won't adapt/
Scared folks stay home in your masks and bubble wraps/

.... (and so on)...."

Then, I've gotten kicked out of a couple quick trips.  I ain't making it easy on these fascists so they are gonna have to chase me down if they want me to wear a mask.  At Quik Trip walking in with no mask,

"Sir, you need to have a mask"

"I have a medical condition," I say and keep it moving, (because HIPPA Laws don't allow them to ask you about your medical condition)

Usually at that point they leave me alone.  If they still try to kick me out and I don't absolutely need whatever I went in to by then I don't leave without giving the whole store a wake up call....

"YOU PEOPLE ARE SCARED AND YOU ARE NOT STANDING UP FOR WHAT'S RIGHT!!!"
« Last Edit: July 16, 2020, 09:45:26 PM by Infinite Trapped in 1996 »
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"I will make records as big or bigger than Death Row".   -Dre, Source 1996

"I didn't do nothing but make people money and I didn't leave nobody high and dry.  Any album (on death row) people are going to check for.  But it's time for Dre to worry about Dre.  I'm focused on the new Snoop Doggs, not like that but you know what I mean."

Dre -  Source 1996 cover

"Eminem will be bigger than Michael Jackson as long as he doesn't change."

-Dre, Rolling Stones mag 1999 Em cover

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Sccit

Re: Virus—Lockdown or don’t lockdown
« Reply #29 on: July 17, 2020, 12:51:17 AM »
hold up, sikotic sayin the opposite in this thread than the rhetoric he was spewing in the blm thread

 :eh:

is infinite being trolled by him again?