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Posted 9/4/16

Xxanthar wrote:


moonhawk81 wrote:

I was going to write some stern response about tighter border control and forced deportations, but then I thought about the upcoming Presidential elections and decided that I didn't want to prejudice Mexican or Canadian officials towards refusing asylum to US citizens fleeing the upcoming implosion. . .


Maybe leave now so that you won't have to wait on long lines.


Appreciate that, but my parentage allows me to seek refuge in Ireland, while my marriage lets me seek it in the Philippines. If need be, I can get pretty far from the problem. . .
Posted 9/4/16

moonhawk81 wrote:


Xxanthar wrote:


moonhawk81 wrote:

I was going to write some stern response about tighter border control and forced deportations, but then I thought about the upcoming Presidential elections and decided that I didn't want to prejudice Mexican or Canadian officials towards refusing asylum to US citizens fleeing the upcoming implosion. . .


Maybe leave now so that you won't have to wait on long lines.


Appreciate that, but my parentage allows me to seek refuge in Ireland, while my marriage lets me seek it in the Philippines. If need be, I can get pretty far from the problem. . .



I hear that the atmosphere in the Philippines is lovely this time of year with all the drug dealers, drug users and enemies of the state being gunned down in the streets.
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Posted 9/4/16

Xxanthar wrote:


moonhawk81 wrote:


Xxanthar wrote:


moonhawk81 wrote:

I was going to write some stern response about tighter border control and forced deportations, but then I thought about the upcoming Presidential elections and decided that I didn't want to prejudice Mexican or Canadian officials towards refusing asylum to US citizens fleeing the upcoming implosion. . .


Maybe leave now so that you won't have to wait on long lines.


Appreciate that, but my parentage allows me to seek refuge in Ireland, while my marriage lets me seek it in the Philippines. If need be, I can get pretty far from the problem. . .



I hear that the atmosphere in the Philippines is lovely this time of year with all the drug dealers, drug users and enemies of the state being gunned down in the streets.


Well, it's nice to see somebody taking an aggressive stand against crime. Of course we can't do that here--the politicos would be the first ones killed. So sad. . .
Posted 9/4/16

moonhawk81 wrote:


Xxanthar wrote:


moonhawk81 wrote:


Xxanthar wrote:


moonhawk81 wrote:

I was going to write some stern response about tighter border control and forced deportations, but then I thought about the upcoming Presidential elections and decided that I didn't want to prejudice Mexican or Canadian officials towards refusing asylum to US citizens fleeing the upcoming implosion. . .


Maybe leave now so that you won't have to wait on long lines.


Appreciate that, but my parentage allows me to seek refuge in Ireland, while my marriage lets me seek it in the Philippines. If need be, I can get pretty far from the problem. . .



I hear that the atmosphere in the Philippines is lovely this time of year with all the drug dealers, drug users and enemies of the state being gunned down in the streets.


Well, it's nice to see somebody taking an aggressive stand against crime. Of course we can't do that here--the politicos would be the first ones killed. So sad. . .


Yeah we have all of those pesky laws, right to a trial by your peers, and all that other stuff that always get in the way (unless you are Hillary Clinton).
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Anyone seen the movie Children of Men?

This reminds me of that scene in the forest
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Posted 9/4/16

moonhawk81 wrote:

I was going to write some stern response about tighter border control and forced deportations, but then I thought about the upcoming Presidential elections and decided that I didn't want to prejudice Mexican or Canadian officials towards refusing asylum to US citizens fleeing the upcoming implosion. . .


Unfortunately they are further along the implosion timeline. There will be nowhere to run, accept maybe the arctic. Gonna have to start perfecting hydroponics...
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Posted 9/4/16

Xxanthar wrote:


moonhawk81 wrote:

I was going to write some stern response about tighter border control and forced deportations, but then I thought about the upcoming Presidential elections and decided that I didn't want to prejudice Mexican or Canadian officials towards refusing asylum to US citizens fleeing the upcoming implosion. . .


Maybe leave now so that you won't have to wait on long lines.


^ If you don't like America there are many other "fine" countries to choose from where all your income goes to social programs.
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Posted 9/4/16 , edited 9/4/16

Rujikin wrote:


Xxanthar wrote:


moonhawk81 wrote:

I was going to write some stern response about tighter border control and forced deportations, but then I thought about the upcoming Presidential elections and decided that I didn't want to prejudice Mexican or Canadian officials towards refusing asylum to US citizens fleeing the upcoming implosion. . .


Maybe leave now so that you won't have to wait on long lines.


^ If you don't like America there are many other "fine" countries to choose from where all your income goes to social programs.


You mean like Trumpsylvania or Clintonslovokia? Hey, Emtro, where'd you hide the hydroponics?
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They also try to destroy and bend trucker mirrors, or cut the wires on the back of the semi trucks.Some even try to get in the truck trailers. and the police don't seem to do anything about it. I'd link the video of where this happens to a trucker while he's showing what's happening, but he swears a ton.
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^ If you don't like America there are many other "fine" countries to choose from where all your income goes to social programs.


I live in the most heavily taxed country in the world and only 36% of my income goes to various social programs, 18% of which goes to support my own pension. So, really, what we're looking at here is 18% personal tax. To be specific, the max you have to pay is 7% av income up to 7G, and 25% of income between 7G and 12G. Which means, I pay less than you, because you're at +20%, are you not, and you have to fund your own pension?

There's also such a thing as "nullskatteyter" which literally translates to "zero-tax-gainer" and means you don't have to pay any tax. The richest in this country are "nullskatteytere".

God damn you Social Nazicracy! [shakes fist at heavens]
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Hrafna wrote:

There's also such a thing as "nullskatteyter" which literally translates to "zero-tax-gainer" and means you don't have to pay any tax. The richest in this country are "nullskatteytere".



That sounds like what an Angry Bird says when it's waiting to be tossed.
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Year-end cleanup. Closing threads with no new posts since 12/31/2016.
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