Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 1:30 am

Our brilliant scholars of the left.

Read the fucking syllabus lol it won't bite you.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sun Jul 31, 2022 1:36 am

alito is not a leftist at all
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 1:39 am

You lol you are the brilliant scholars of the left.

By which I mean a goofy know-nothing who can't be bothered to read a short 100 page syllabus before saying some dumb thing like dar dur dar clean air dur dar.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sun Jul 31, 2022 1:44 am

you've got no sense of humor about this
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 1:45 am

origami wrote:You lol you are the brilliant scholars of the left.

By which I mean a goofy know-nothing who can't be bothered to read a short 100 page syllabus before saying some dumb thing like dar dur dar clean air dur dar.


I dunno I thought this was pretty funny.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 1:49 am

Just because I'm laughing at you, not with you, doesn't mean I don't have a sense of humour about this.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sun Jul 31, 2022 1:58 am

origami wrote:
origami wrote:You lol you are the brilliant scholars of the left.

By which I mean a goofy know-nothing who can't be bothered to read a short 100 page syllabus before saying some dumb thing like dar dur dar clean air dur dar.


I dunno I thought this was pretty funny.



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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sun Jul 31, 2022 2:05 am

origami wrote:Just because I'm laughing at you, not with you, doesn't mean I don't have a sense of humour about this.


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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 2:39 am

Mr Reasonable wrote:
origami wrote:
origami wrote:You lol you are the brilliant scholars of the left.

By which I mean a goofy know-nothing who can't be bothered to read a short 100 page syllabus before saying some dumb thing like dar dur dar clean air dur dar.


I dunno I thought this was pretty funny.



this is super hurtful. i am hurt


Laughter doesn't hurt. Laughter is medicine.

So you're not gonna read it then?

Because that's the follow-through to the point I was making earlier. It is not just that you do not inform yourself, but that you must guard yourself at all costs against being informed. Anything else would be lethal to a communist outlook.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 2:40 am

Again, it's not complicated, it's not super long. And you won't sound like a total idiot saying shit like "are you against clean air."
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sun Jul 31, 2022 2:59 am

origami wrote:Again, it's not complicated, it's not super long. And you won't sound like a total idiot saying shit like "are you against clean air."


put it in your own words no one is about to sit here and read a scotus decision 100 pages of it just to have a chat on a forum
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 3:38 am

Really? It's either I sit here and explain it to you like a child or "are you against clean air?"
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sun Jul 31, 2022 3:46 am

pretty much. i'm sorry man.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 3:51 am

No, what I mean is, that's why people were maybe initially impressed by the airtight moralism of your type, but are progressively taking you less and less seriously.

You're an idiot, but by choice.

Like I said, because that is the only way communism can thrive. Inform yourself, and it's all over.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 3:52 am

Dur dur he's black dur dur clean air.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sun Jul 31, 2022 3:57 am

origami wrote:No, what I mean is, that's why people were maybe initially impressed by the airtight moralism of your type, but are progressively taking you less and less seriously.

You're an idiot, but by choice.

Like I said, because that is the only way communism can thrive. Inform yourself, and it's all over.



how could debating the minutia of a scotus ruling on a website be anything other than a waste of time?
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 3:59 am

Look, our position is this: what is a waste of time is having an opinion on a Supreme Court ruling without even deigning yourself to flip through it.

You are an idiot, a relaying station for some propaganda outlet or another.

100 pages. Less. Simple, straightforward language.


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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 4:02 am

What is even more to the point is that not only do you not read it, but you refuse to read it. It is important that you don't. Communism doesn't simply include ignorance, it requires it.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sun Jul 31, 2022 4:17 am

i gotta be real with you man just running around calling everyone communist is a little bizarre. no one else calls me a communist
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sun Jul 31, 2022 4:19 am

i heard the word "poop deck" about a ship and just spent 20 minutes going down a google search rabbit hole where you scroll down the results and it shows questions that people have asked and there were questions like "how did pirates poop? and "why is my poop so thin?" and i gotta tell you that it felt like a much better use of time than to pour over a scotus decision.

i mean really though, if it's so important to you, it's a bit odd that you give up on your position just as soon as someone asks if you're against clean air.

do some work man. sell your position. i don't even know what that position is at this point other than that you think this decision somehow owns the commies and that you love clearance thomas.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sun Jul 31, 2022 4:21 am

also just so you know...word is that pirates would wipe their asses with a rag tied to a rope, then throw it in the water off the side of the ship so when the next pirate had to poop they'd have a clean rag again what with the ocean washing off all the poop from the previous pirate. also, if your poop is consistently skinny then you may have some kind of blockage or even cancer so maybe get that checked
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 5:02 am

Mr Reasonable wrote:i gotta be real with you man just running around calling everyone communist is a little bizarre. no one else calls me a communist


Anything to not read the thing, man, it's impressive.

And yet dumb commies like you will hold 1000x more strongly to their position, be 1000x more fanatical about it.

Mr Reasonable wrote:do some work man. sell your position.


My position is that if you espouse an opinion on something you know nothing about because you read a twatter about it, you are an idiot.

So, I think I'm selling that pretty well. I don't even have to sell it, it sells itself.

I mean look at you. You're out here talking about thin shit. That is how far you dumb commies will go to avoid spending a single second informing yourselves about these issues you have such strong opinions on.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 5:58 am

Like if I have a message it's this: communists don't need to be convinced, they need to be ignored.

You understand, on a political level. Debating important issues with dumb animals is an actual waste of time.

What the Supreme Court has done is basically that. Pointless to address the objections of mindless idiots with no knowledge and an agenda.

Be rational, be clear, be precise, and the people who matter will understand what you are doing.

I think a good gauge for how well this strategy works will be how Republicans do in November. If they do well, that's a signal that addressing communists is a mistake of the dumb. Just call them leftist maniacs, which they are, and proceed to make your point. Assume most people are sane, so to speak.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby origami » Sun Jul 31, 2022 6:02 am

This case, this decision, is a monumental victory for clear thinking.

Government agencies have been getting away with murder imposing random communist agendas with no oversight and no democratic approval. Now you have been called out. You can't just arbitrarily impose, you have to make your case. And good luck with that when you can't even explain what you don't like about a simple 100 page paper.
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Re: Reading through the Supreme Court EPA case syllabus

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sun Jul 31, 2022 6:04 am

what position am i holding? i just asked a question. also be real about the commie stuff it's just weird. like in real life do you run around just calling everyone commies? like who even talks like that?
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