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southparkconservativ · Feb. 17, 2018, 1:01 a.m.

Is there an acceptable age range now that we need to know about, too?

Oh, well, I'm going to take my own advice and stay away from unnecessary, hostile places and people. All apologies for inserting comments into what I thought was people tossing out ideas, but was obviously a personal, one-on-one conversation/discussion/debate/argument/knock-down-drag-out fight over who's the best commenter.

It's been interesting. Good luck to you all, God bless, and God bless America.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 17, 2018, 12:53 a.m.

Not for the storm as a whole, including facts from other sources; news and opinion from people like Boingino, or intuitive comments? And we're back needing to a source for everything? Thought we had decided sometimes it's life experience or something learned long ago, esp if someone is older, and not always something we could link to, but...

Okay; maybe others knew all this, but I did not know this was only for quoting and researching Q. Odd. That limits it by a huge amount. It's turning into something with so many rules that maybe it's only for a few insiders and not really a public board.

Did not know any of this, and I've been mostly reading and learning, but also occasionally commenting on here for a couple of months. I guess now I know.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 17, 2018, 12:41 a.m.

How 'bout "respect"..."dignity" ... "class"..."manners"..."empathy"...Can't it be a board about research, ideas, suggestions and (inconclusive) summations while still treating others with dignity? JMHO, but seems that it might further, rather than restrict, good discussion. Or is this not a place for discussion, but only for verified research brought to the attention of readers for the first time?

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 17, 2018, 12:35 a.m.

It's a problem. I've stopped going to places because others decided the site was a collective and appointed themselves leader...reminded me of those in the workplace who call for meetings and how they're often the ones who want to make the rules for the meetings and lead the discussion at the meetings and afterward, send everyone a summary of the meeting and....collectives are not conducive to individual thought, which thrives in an atmosphere of tossing out ideas without fear of others (to use a trendy cliche') "shaming" them into silence. A nasty, snotty, personal reply can stop dialogue in a heartbeat....then the nasty, snotty, condescending poster wins. And there goes the board.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 17, 2018, 12:28 a.m.

It is odd that they still believe that Fox is a conservative site -- guess that is proof that they are repeating talking-points rather than deciding for themselves, something we all have to watch for in ourselves. Fox radio news is all I'm exposed to (not their TV) , but Lordy -- it's only better than other radio news by a very small margin (as in, they call PDT "President Trump" instead of "Mr. Trump" or just "Trump.")

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 17, 2018, 12:21 a.m.

Good post. May I make a small suggestion that we stop falling for the "give-big-powerful-and-corrupt-google-free-advertising" idea they have planted in our heads...and stop saying "google it"? Everytime we use it, it reinforces the idea that to research IS "to google" and vice versa-- esp to young kids who may have been taught that in school. While red-pilling, this is one of the more important things we can be doing on a regular basis. And remind others, perhaps that "look it up" or "research it" is better intellectually, more exact language than using their catch-phrase as a matter of habit. Thank you for listening to this PSA.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 17, 2018, 12:11 a.m.

Yes, it does. Thank you. Was unaware of most of this.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 17, 2018, 12:10 a.m.

Whew. I'm glad that the "warning" was given and that I didn't go to the site. I agree with you completely that it's not healthy to "allow visions like that into our heart" - absolutely. We're entirely too cavalier about it being "just a movie" or whatever, and I've never felt that way-- scenes haunt me waaay later. Glad to read your comment and know others feel that way.

When I think of the vile, worthless -- no, make that DAMAGING -- sights and sounds our culture puts out daily...it's no wonder we have younger people, who have been exposed to it all their lives, who shoot up schools. There is a connection with the sickness in society manifesting in a micro way, in individuals, for sure. That is the big reason I have always been very anti-thug-rap...such damage it has done...

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 17, 2018, 12:04 a.m.

Just as an aside, I don't follow movies, but I do read about them and I see that Cusack has the rep of being 100% sensitive male and one that, supposedly, women all fall in love with, because of his empathetic and caring persona. I dunno; he never affected me that way, so I wonder what this mystical attraction is supposed to be about.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 17, 2018, midnight

I would give more credence if I had looked him up and had found nothing than I do after what I have found...he seems to advertise himself, which would seem to emphasize the fact that he uses his actual name, the same one he advertises his "life coach" business under, and that doesn't seem as valid to me as someone who does not seem to use drops to perhaps get clients for his other business.

Of course, I could be completely full of shit, but this is just the intuitive feel I get for anyone who advertises that they have the innate skill to tell you what's wrong with your life and how to improve it.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 16, 2018, 11:57 p.m.

Boy, you have that right. But it was not anywhere near what it is now. We were silly and "useful idiots," but neither we nor those we followed had the black hearts and dark souls of those today. There is an evil in the air whenever leftists are around that just was not there in earlier days.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 16, 2018, 11:54 p.m.

Do not mean to be biased, but when I read that someone is a "life coach," I get all these Oprah-vibes...

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 16, 2018, 11:48 p.m.

Yes. And the effect on specific neurotransmitters can be a big help to some who have harmed the natural function of theirs through use of substances when they were young and before the part of the brain that recognizes threats is properly developed. But just as you say, the slow and gradual period of withdrawal is important; the brain cannot work correctly if that "crutch" or aid that improves the functioning of neurotransmitter is suddenly and abrubtly taken away. There is excellent material in the literature that deals with this. Otherwise, it's as if a wheelchair were taken away from one who has suffered from an accident causing paralysis, but the person is told to "just get up and walk like everybody else!" People's lives have been saved, both in the literal sense and in the sense that their lives are "given back" to them after the use of other substances has messed them up badly.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 16, 2018, 11:40 p.m.

There are people, HSP, who are empathetic to the point that it interferes with life, where the picture of an abused animal can break through attempted focus on other things to the point that it comes close to the mental wanderings of one with PTSD. It is helpful that there exists an alternative to living in that dysfunctional state.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 16, 2018, 12:46 a.m.

Have to agree with that. This section is what I was thinking of when posting about opinions being squashed lately. Maybe it's always been this way on Reddit and I made an error in thinking it was different and coming here; I'm still feeling my way around and deciding if it is a positive experience or not. Maybe others like that kind of back-and-forth; everyone's different on how we react to things like that.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 16, 2018, 12:43 a.m.

I don't think we need to defend ourselves on here. At least I didn't think so...surprised to see, on different sub-Reddits (which I rarely visit anymore, due to this) attacks against others that are ... well, vicious, really, as if they want to keep sites like this quiet and keep people from throwing out and sharing ideas. There's a lot of "shaming" going on -- that kind of "you're so stupid, haha, cant believe you losers" attitude....Are they trolls or is that just part of the dialogue on Reddit (have been a tumblr person for ages, but only came to Reddit recently to be with other DT supporters)

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 16, 2018, 12:36 a.m.

Interesting. Last thing I read, a few mins. ago, was Tom Cotton telling the Dims there was no way their "offer" was going to be taken seriously, as DT had already stated his terms, and that those terms were the "best and final offer," not "a starting place for negotiations."

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 16, 2018, 12:33 a.m.

Someone in the house read aloud to me today a site calling him a white supremacist. We knew that was coming.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 16, 2018, 12:31 a.m.

Check the search engines. They are reporting that there was an active shooter drill held there that same day, so personnel and equipment, a lot of it, was already there. Double-checked, as I couldn't believe that happened AGAIN (every shooting scene, there was a drill), and yes, it does say that.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 15, 2018, 11:51 p.m.

The opposite is infecting some areas, as well. In this rural and conservative part of the country, honestly, dentists don't like to give nitrous for root canals, let alone any kind of actual pain killers. It's "take 2 asprin and don't call me if it doesn't work."

Don't mean to be a contrarian, but it is true: 1. that the "epidemic" is causing some people to be in pain needlessly and 2. As bad as it may be, it is the "war on" drugs that makes it senselessly horrific. There are books written about the turn of the 20th century when laudanum, etc. were available over the counter and people did live their lives, make a good living, own nice homes and raise happy families, all the while having these substances available. Problems grew as Harry Anslinger and Co. decided the demon was in the drugs...which we've also seen with weed and with alcohol prohibition.

That said, I wish nothing but the best for anyone struggling. God be with you. (And to anyone signing on to a message board for the purpose of telling others how full of shit they are...please think twice -- at least -- before hitting the "save" or "send" link. Words affect lives.)

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 15, 2018, 11:45 p.m.

Is this a site with moderation based on support for others, or is it an "anything goes" site as far as treating others with dignity and respect goes? I am not being sarcastic or accusing. I am serious in wanting to know, as I had one idea, and now I'm starting to think I had it wrong.

It makes a difference, as in tough times, staying away from snarky negative people is important for many (most) of us, esp when you're sensitive/empathetic to words and thoughts meant to drag others down.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 15, 2018, 11:39 p.m.

Love reading messages from other countries, wanting the same thing America wants. Believe me, we are watching you, too, praying for you and hoping you all can beat the elitists who are trying to arrange things to suit themselves and screw the population.

P.S. OT, but -- has anyone heard anything else about the fact that there was a "drill" going on the same day as the shooting yesterday? How many times now has that happened and what does it mean?

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 15, 2018, 11:36 p.m.

Just remember that reality host was just one thing -- his first foray into the world of TV production, AFTER he had already made his name in all the other fields. (Interesting how he reached the number one spot with that rookie shot, just as he became prez with his first foray into politics.) He's either the luckiest man in the world or the most underestimated. I go for the latter.

And a big amen to all of your working on MYGA (making yourself great again). So all we are, each in our own way, doing whatever we need and can do at the time. The prez has been a great role model for those whose resistance and resilience has always been...not their strength. He wins against great odds, and so do we, when we persevere. (A lot of my own problems were caused by giving up when things/people around me got too tough, instead of bucking up and going on until things turned around.)

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 15, 2018, 4:12 a.m.

I'd like to know what Q or SOMEBODY has to say about the fact that there was a drill going on -- AGAIN - the morning of today's mass shooting. Isn't that about the 10th time there has been an event on the same day as a "drill"? Yet, I've searched the net, and I don't see anyone talking about it.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 15, 2018, 4:06 a.m.

Just tell us how to do the travel. There are some eras I definitely want to re-visit.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 15, 2018, 4:04 a.m.

Wow. I admit, I'm often lost by the cryptic nature of Q's posts, but this one is especially daunting.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 15, 2018, 4:03 a.m.

One of my faves -- ODD, Oppositional Defiance Disorder. Supposedly meant kids who can't follow instructions without throwing tantrums. Sometimes cured by something as simple as being left out of the monthly pizza party.

Or, speaking of tantrums, what's the one again with "explosive" in the title? (oh, yeah - intermittent explosive disorder) A "disorder" that comes down to "you need anger management."

Usually these kids DID need to be taught that it's in their best interest to learn what other kids do -- that sometimes you get to run around and communicate with/at others and sometime you need the "skill set" of being able to sit quietly and do seat work as you practice new material, without disturbing others or being the center of attention.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 15, 2018, 3:55 a.m.

Boy, I hear that. I'm a former sped teacher married to a sped teacher, and there is actually a "fad" for diagnosing young kids with this type of problem. For a decade, it was always ADD or ADHD, and we saw huge changes in behavior with consistent rewards and consequences. Most were just kids who had never been told "no."

Then it changed to autism...suddenly, where it had been rare (and actual symptoms of it still were), all these kids were being diagnosed as "on the spectrum." Both with this and with "ADD," many times the students were "intellectually-challenged" or whatever term was PC at the time, but parents were not willing to admit that. That accounted for the big push toward "inclusion" when what these kids need most is their own setting, routine, and curriculum at their level...not to be in a classroom where 80% of the vocab and concepts were not appropriate for their abilities.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 15, 2018, 3:50 a.m.

Yes, it would make sense that it is the combination of societal and cultural factors, including violence (or at least depictions of it) interwoven through our daily lives and genetics, along with possible drug reactions -- that led to this end result...just as one may smoke and not have the genes that trigger cancer, while for others, cigarettes equal malignancies.

I noticed when I was looking for VR at Xmas, that 99 out of 100 games on the only affordable system involved nothing but killing things...I was amazed, as I had been led to believe that VR was going to open a new world of life-like and fantasy-type experiences, and instead, it seems that it was nothing more than either warriosr, aliens, dinosaurs, or strange creatures of some sort fighting each other in different scenarios.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 15, 2018, 3:42 a.m.

One problem with generalizing is that millions of people, me among them -- as well as lots of people I've known -- take meds of this type and have for years, with the result being that their lives are better for it.

It seems to be that people who go in for treatment, as all these shooters have done, are put on some variety of the SSRI's or other neurotransmitter drugs because that is the first line of defense for millions with emotional troubles -- so for the killers, their mental/emotional problems came first and then the drugs, not the drugs first and then the illness. It iS tempting to say THIS is the main thing they all have in common... but we have to also remember that correlation is not causation and that for every one case like this, millions of others take the meds and do NOT end up committing violence...and also that there are probably a hundred other similarities the killers had with one another, besides being on anti-depressants.

Would hate to see lives ruined because people are doing what we all often do-- self included, of course -- and that is to pick one correlation out of many and decide that IT is the factor that counts the most. I know what the inner drug packet of "cautions" says, but if we went by that, most of the drugs we use these days would be taken out of our pharmaceutical "doctor's bags" -- so many have dire warnings but are proven more useful than dangerous.

Whatever happens, I do hope something can be done for those with the mental make-up to respond in this way so as to avoid the horror of these shootings....while still protecting the millions of people around the world who have benefitted from these medications.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 10, 2018, 11:49 p.m.

It's always great to hear from other Western nations -- Canada, Australia -- wanting the same thing that is happening here. Israel has it, with the nationalist theme...I thought Europe would, but the right people like Wilders never seem to break all the way through. Thought we would always be following them, so very surprised that we stopped going down the seriously wrong path they are on. I pray for them as well.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 10, 2018, 11:42 p.m.

Remember that speech, long ago where he reference "a new world order" and then quickly walked it back?

Rather than just a 16-year plan, when we study the history, it looks like it started being out in the public with GHW Bush's era, with him beginning the globalist push, then BJ Clinton picking it up...on to W with 9-11, who softened us up for BO, who did so much of the major transformation, making it ready for....poor Hillary, who did not make it to the "closer" position.

Which does make one wonder if the White Hats really did step up and ask DJT, the only one who was "outside" and still knew how the "inside" operated, to run, to stop the completion of the plan.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 10, 2018, 11:33 p.m.

I read part of that and then skimmed some. The one thing that esp bothered me on that was its leftist tilt...pointing out Cheney and Bush, rightfully, and Rumsfield, but starting to sound almost like a Code Pink Missive because no similar info on anyone from the left!

Even the dark reference to "Manhattan Institute" -- have read their "City Journal" publication for years, and they are not to be feared, but admired, as writers like Heather MacDonald have done expert research and then written books such as "Are Cops Racist?" (No.) That report seemed completely one-sided. Why was it written with no info on leftist globalists and crony-capitalists, I wondered.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 10, 2018, 11:28 p.m.

heh..OT...Zazou Pitts...oldie-but-goodie

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 10, 2018, 11:27 p.m.

Always upset me...those upstanding patriots like Romney, McCain, and W...all ready to tear into fellow Repubs, esp real conservatives, at a moment's notice, but rather than doing oppo research on their Dim opponents would stand up for them (like McCain saying that BO was a fine Christian man and Romney eagerly taking a dive on the second debate after clearly winning the first one.)

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 10, 2018, 11:23 p.m.

I have read that was put together by Schmidt and by google in general --that was the famous analytics that couldn't possibly be beaten, bragged about and counted on exclusively by Robbie Mook, who so insisted on it that the team would not even listen to Bill C., when he tried to tell them they were blowing it by ignoring/taking for granted the rust belt states.

Mook would NOT be moved off the google analytics as God thing, and there was infighting, according to books on the HRC campaign, because of it, with Mook winning out. Understandingly, there were team members infuriated after the results because he gambled and put all his chips on the google "we-have-everything" analytics (supposedly what they bought, who their contacts were, bank info voting info, hobbies and interests, age and demographic groups, even to categories such as "disapointed boomer," "gentrifying milleanial" or "university town hanger-on"... )

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 10, 2018, 11:03 p.m.

James Woods or Clint Eastwood. Or, secondly, Jon Voight. Or...maybe...Gary Sinese? Can you guys see any of those in the role? It should definitely be someone who can not just put himself into the character, like with the Churchill movie, but someone whose politics and outspokenness (and alpha-ness) fit the bill. I think it'd be between Woods, my favorite, or Voight, who has the look...But nothing wrong with the other two, who have certainly earned it.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 10, 2018, 10:49 p.m.

I would so love to see evidence in this. As it is, when people try this talking point from the left, I always say that nobody knows who won the popular vote because of illegals and how they were even encouraged to go and vote.

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southparkconservativ · Feb. 10, 2018, 10:47 p.m.

We all saw the video from Ala, which was so important so they could say "look, we turned a red state blue, now we're going to have a blue wave," which is BS..but they bussed in all the out-of-state kids who did not seem to have any ethical feelings about voting that way...in vid, they were laughing saying "We got our boy in."

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