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 I'm still wondering what all this has to do with "buttflakes"

Sort of like the kind of problem vampires have with using mirrors for self grooming - just can't seem to see...

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Looking at recent posts from our RW, it seems inside the Republibubble, words matter more than deeds. They're STILL claiming Hitler was a Socialist, because the word appears in the official name of his party - Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei despite the FACT the first people he put in The Camps were labor leaders and union organizers, that he banned all labor unions and established Government control over all industrial production. They ALSO claim Stalin was a socilaist, causing one to wonder why he and Hitler didn't get along better.

 

So now, because Der Trumper hates workers and made a habit of not paying them, he cannot POSSIBLY be like that noted socialist, Hitler. thing is, both committed to enslaving the working people, Hitler made them slaves to the ANZI State, Der Trumper wants them slaves to the Corporate State. different words, but the effect is just the same for the ones being enslaved. Of course, the Corporate State will be more "circumspect" and use open-air gas chambers, poisoning indiscriminantly like they did in Bhopah overtly and elsewhere by giving everybody downwind "asthma".

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Speaking of snowflakes. I see our precious little snowflake in DC, Little Donnie, has had another executive order tossed by the courts based on what he said on the campaign trail.  Well, here you go Donnie.  We don't want to injure his tender little ego so HERE YOU GO.  An Award!!!!

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@rk9152 wrote:

@Snoopy48 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:



@alferdpacker wrote:

 

Well - liberals who never before owned firearms are now purchasing handguns and getting those ubiquitous "shall issue" concealed carry permits at a rate that has increased over three-fold, and is still increasing since the election...

More and more people are becoming aware of the fact that they are not obligated by any law anywhere to talk to police or answer any police questions without first consulting an attorney.

Lots and lots of people - many of them people who didn't vote for the orange bum-fodder - are getting "uppity".  

They represent the majority.

Make of it what you will...

 


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O.K. - the new mantra of the radical left, "You don't like the outcome of an election - go out and beat someone up  shoot someone". My, my, my.


 

Nope - it's for legal personal protection from violent trumpette buttflakes - essentially the same sort as the ones who beat up protesters at trump rallys.

 

For instance, if a larger than me buttflake in his 20s 30s or 40s threatens me, a senior citizen for whom any blow to the head, or being knocked down and striking my head could be fatal, and advances upon me, I realistcally should fear for my life, and protect myself using whatever means necessary.

Of course, being armed, I cannot start an argument or escalate an argument that ends with my shooting a buttflake - that's against the law.

 

 


I'm not sure how "buttflakes" (made-up) got into a discussion of "snowflakes" (actual term).

 

And I still have a problem understanding how the beating up of a Trump supporter is defended with a poster's having a fear of hitting his or her head.


"Snowflake" is nothing but a made-up definition the those on the right who have nothing to defend their opinion use to insult those who disagree with them. Since you like to insist that everyone use the term as it is defined in Wikipedia it is very unlikely that anyone posting here meets that definition since I doubt that many posters are millennials.


And this has what to do with "buttflakes" and someone afraid of getting his or her head heart?


Maybe if you read really slowly you will notice that I said nothing about "buttflakes" so what does your comment have to do with what I posted?


However, you were responding to an answer to another poster. Maybe if you read really slowly, you will notice the posts you are adding on to.

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There is a group of people, mainly a generational thing, who were raised to never be disappointed and, as such, reached calender maturity without the capacity deal with disappointment. Universities have to have counselors to deal with them, safe spaces, rules against anything that might offend. Someone came up with the word "snowflake" to apply to that mindset.

 

If you prefer something else, fine - let's have it. But it is hard to tell whether you are denying the existence of such people or just arguing over the specific word.

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@alferdpacker wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@Snoopy48 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:



@alferdpacker wrote:

 

Well - liberals who never before owned firearms are now purchasing handguns and getting those ubiquitous "shall issue" concealed carry permits at a rate that has increased over three-fold, and is still increasing since the election...

More and more people are becoming aware of the fact that they are not obligated by any law anywhere to talk to police or answer any police questions without first consulting an attorney.

Lots and lots of people - many of them people who didn't vote for the orange bum-fodder - are getting "uppity".  

They represent the majority.

Make of it what you will...

 


@rk9152 wrote:

O.K. - the new mantra of the radical left, "You don't like the outcome of an election - go out and beat someone up  shoot someone". My, my, my.


 

Nope - it's for legal personal protection from violent trumpette buttflakes - essentially the same sort as the ones who beat up protesters at trump rallys.

 

For instance, if a larger than me buttflake in his 20s 30s or 40s threatens me, a senior citizen for whom any blow to the head, or being knocked down and striking my head could be fatal, and advances upon me, I realistcally should fear for my life, and protect myself using whatever means necessary.

Of course, being armed, I cannot start an argument or escalate an argument that ends with my shooting a buttflake - that's against the law.

 

 


I'm not sure how "buttflakes" (made-up) got into a discussion of "snowflakes" (actual term).

 

And I still have a problem understanding how the beating up of a Trump supporter is defended with a poster's having a fear of hitting his or her head.


"Snowflake" is nothing but a made-up definition the those on the right who have nothing to defend their opinion use to insult those who disagree with them. Since you like to insist that everyone use the term as it is defined in Wikipedia it is very unlikely that anyone posting here meets that definition since I doubt that many posters are millennials.


And this has what to do with "buttflakes" and someone afraid of getting his or her head heart?


 Poor unfortunate buttflakes (Republicans/Conservatives/Trumpettes/Putinites)...

 

Don't understand things written in the English language (guess I should have written it in Russian instead for the benefit of our in-the-closet Tovariches), consistently fail to reason logically, consistently or effectively, display pronounced orthographic shortcomings, or are homophonically challenged...

sad...


Well, O.K. - if you want to try it in Tovarichese, give it a go. I'm still wondering what all this has to do with "buttflakes" and someone being afraid he might get a booomp on his head.

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@rk9152 wrote:

@Snoopy48 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:



@alferdpacker wrote:

 

Well - liberals who never before owned firearms are now purchasing handguns and getting those ubiquitous "shall issue" concealed carry permits at a rate that has increased over three-fold, and is still increasing since the election...

More and more people are becoming aware of the fact that they are not obligated by any law anywhere to talk to police or answer any police questions without first consulting an attorney.

Lots and lots of people - many of them people who didn't vote for the orange bum-fodder - are getting "uppity".  

They represent the majority.

Make of it what you will...

 


@rk9152 wrote:

O.K. - the new mantra of the radical left, "You don't like the outcome of an election - go out and beat someone up  shoot someone". My, my, my.


 

Nope - it's for legal personal protection from violent trumpette buttflakes - essentially the same sort as the ones who beat up protesters at trump rallys.

 

For instance, if a larger than me buttflake in his 20s 30s or 40s threatens me, a senior citizen for whom any blow to the head, or being knocked down and striking my head could be fatal, and advances upon me, I realistcally should fear for my life, and protect myself using whatever means necessary.

Of course, being armed, I cannot start an argument or escalate an argument that ends with my shooting a buttflake - that's against the law.

 

 


I'm not sure how "buttflakes" (made-up) got into a discussion of "snowflakes" (actual term).

 

And I still have a problem understanding how the beating up of a Trump supporter is defended with a poster's having a fear of hitting his or her head.


"Snowflake" is nothing but a made-up definition the those on the right who have nothing to defend their opinion use to insult those who disagree with them. Since you like to insist that everyone use the term as it is defined in Wikipedia it is very unlikely that anyone posting here meets that definition since I doubt that many posters are millennials.


And this has what to do with "buttflakes" and someone afraid of getting his or her head heart?


Maybe if you read really slowly you will notice that I said nothing about "buttflakes" so what does your comment have to do with what I posted?

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RE: snowflake-when i used this exact definition, i was blasted by some on the right. Guess things like this  only matter when they serve one's purpose. 

Gee, I miss having a real President!!
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@rk9152 wrote:

@Snoopy48 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:



@alferdpacker wrote:

 

Well - liberals who never before owned firearms are now purchasing handguns and getting those ubiquitous "shall issue" concealed carry permits at a rate that has increased over three-fold, and is still increasing since the election...

More and more people are becoming aware of the fact that they are not obligated by any law anywhere to talk to police or answer any police questions without first consulting an attorney.

Lots and lots of people - many of them people who didn't vote for the orange bum-fodder - are getting "uppity".  

They represent the majority.

Make of it what you will...

 


@rk9152 wrote:

O.K. - the new mantra of the radical left, "You don't like the outcome of an election - go out and beat someone up  shoot someone". My, my, my.


 

Nope - it's for legal personal protection from violent trumpette buttflakes - essentially the same sort as the ones who beat up protesters at trump rallys.

 

For instance, if a larger than me buttflake in his 20s 30s or 40s threatens me, a senior citizen for whom any blow to the head, or being knocked down and striking my head could be fatal, and advances upon me, I realistcally should fear for my life, and protect myself using whatever means necessary.

Of course, being armed, I cannot start an argument or escalate an argument that ends with my shooting a buttflake - that's against the law.

 

 


I'm not sure how "buttflakes" (made-up) got into a discussion of "snowflakes" (actual term).

 

And I still have a problem understanding how the beating up of a Trump supporter is defended with a poster's having a fear of hitting his or her head.


"Snowflake" is nothing but a made-up definition the those on the right who have nothing to defend their opinion use to insult those who disagree with them. Since you like to insist that everyone use the term as it is defined in Wikipedia it is very unlikely that anyone posting here meets that definition since I doubt that many posters are millennials.


And this has what to do with "buttflakes" and someone afraid of getting his or her head heart?


 Poor unfortunate buttflakes (Republicans/Conservatives/Trumpettes/Putinites)...

 

Don't understand things written in the English language (guess I should have written it in Russian instead for the benefit of our in-the-closet Tovariches), consistently fail to reason logically, consistently or effectively, display pronounced orthographic shortcomings, or are homophonically challenged...

sad...

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@Snoopy48 wrote:

@rk9152 wrote:

@alferdpacker wrote:



@alferdpacker wrote:

 

Well - liberals who never before owned firearms are now purchasing handguns and getting those ubiquitous "shall issue" concealed carry permits at a rate that has increased over three-fold, and is still increasing since the election...

More and more people are becoming aware of the fact that they are not obligated by any law anywhere to talk to police or answer any police questions without first consulting an attorney.

Lots and lots of people - many of them people who didn't vote for the orange bum-fodder - are getting "uppity".  

They represent the majority.

Make of it what you will...

 


@rk9152 wrote:

O.K. - the new mantra of the radical left, "You don't like the outcome of an election - go out and beat someone up  shoot someone". My, my, my.


 

Nope - it's for legal personal protection from violent trumpette buttflakes - essentially the same sort as the ones who beat up protesters at trump rallys.

 

For instance, if a larger than me buttflake in his 20s 30s or 40s threatens me, a senior citizen for whom any blow to the head, or being knocked down and striking my head could be fatal, and advances upon me, I realistcally should fear for my life, and protect myself using whatever means necessary.

Of course, being armed, I cannot start an argument or escalate an argument that ends with my shooting a buttflake - that's against the law.

 

 


I'm not sure how "buttflakes" (made-up) got into a discussion of "snowflakes" (actual term).

 

And I still have a problem understanding how the beating up of a Trump supporter is defended with a poster's having a fear of hitting his or her head.


"Snowflake" is nothing but a made-up definition the those on the right who have nothing to defend their opinion use to insult those who disagree with them. Since you like to insist that everyone use the term as it is defined in Wikipedia it is very unlikely that anyone posting here meets that definition since I doubt that many posters are millennials.


And this has what to do with "buttflakes" and someone afraid of getting his or her head heart?

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