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Old 07-26-2013, 11:42 AM   #3061
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hope you're feeling better now!
Lol. For the moment. Gonna be another long day. Could be pretty good or really bad.
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Less of an anarchist movement, and more of one of these constitutionalist groups that the government likes to consider terrorists. Not very dissimilar to the tea party, except the violence part. They don't advocate unprovoked violence, but they do NOT at all discourage violence against government entities overstepping their bounds.

They're basically pro revolution, and getting our country back to the founding fathers' principles, in a nut shell. It's a little deeper than that though. And they're made up of mostly veterans, with the gratuitous anarchists and racist rednecks who want to put blacks back in the cotton fields.
Didn't know there was a racist element to them. On the anarchist thing, it depends on your definition I guess. This is pretty much how I define it (from Wiki):

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Anarchy has more than one definition. Some use the term "anarchy" to refer to a society without a publicly enforced government.[1][2] When used in this sense, anarchy may[3] or may not[4] be intended to imply political disorder or lawlessness within a society.

Others, including most individuals who self-identify as anarchists, use the term to imply a system of governance, mostly theoretical at a jurisdiction level. There are also other forms of anarchy that attempt to avoid the use of coercion, violence, force and authority, while still producing a productive and desirable society.[5][6] Anarchy is also a technical issue of economic science, as anarchy implies lack of coercive oversight.
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Why were there only six jurors rather than twelve on the George immerman case?
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Why were there only six jurors rather than twelve on the George immerman case?
Because the DOJ thought they had better odds to fry Zimmerman with 6 women instead of 6 women and 6 men. Boy were they wrong.
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'Cause they were women they did not need as many....
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'Cause they were women they did not need as many....
Oh, yeah. That's it, I bet.
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Is it considered exercise if I sit on an exercise ball rather than a chair when I play on my desk top computer?
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Do CD's ever wear out? I have a CD I use to fall asleep every day. I've played it every day (almost) for a couple years. It doesn't seem to play so well lately. I wonder if I need to buy a new one.
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Do CD's ever wear out? I have a CD I use to fall asleep every day. I've played it every day (almost) for a couple years. It doesn't seem to play so well lately. I wonder if I need to buy a new one.
CDs are one of the worst inventions ever. You sneeze on them and they are junk. They are designed to fail.
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Didn't know there was a racist element to them. On the anarchist thing, it depends on your definition I guess. This is pretty much how I define it (from Wiki):
It's not so much that there is a "racist element", as it's just lie any other group, sometimes you have people that you'd honestly rather not associate with.

And I wouldn't call them anarchists, even by that definition. They want to do away with our CURRENT abomination of a government, and reinstate the government as it was intended at the signing of the declaration of independence.
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