Hillary Clinton Returns: ‘I’d Like to Be President’ by useless_aether in politics

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She's going about this all wrong. She needs to simply state that she identifies as president. Then, we would all have to accept her as president or be culturally insensitive jerks. It's socially not allowed to be so insensitive, therefore she would gain the consensus because we would all recognize her as president.

/s

I am everyone by Dr_Funkenstein in SaidIt

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So, it's possible that you are me.

Fuck everyone of you motherfuckers towel head niggerfaggot jews! by RickFlairWoooooo in whatever

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May love, tolerance, and light find you and bless you today.

Snow by Entropick in VigtesSickofThisShit

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Hmm....if you are running for the purpose of cardio, you could shovel driveways. It would be helpful to others, a gesture of good will, and will raise your heart rate. It's a win for everyone.

If you are running for the purpose of escape, then you are in a pickle. You will leave tracks anywhere you go, giving away your path of escape and the type of shoes you are wearing (as well as the size). Plus you will be slow. Snowshoes, maybe?

College writing seminar will tell profs to not grade based on quality of writing in order to fight 'white language supremacy' by SundogsPlace in SundogsPlace

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Next....the grammar nazi trials in Nuremberg. All those that have used the FTFY tag will be thoroughly investigated.

Amazon Echo - Saturday Night Live by magnora7 in funny

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Hmmm, I don't know about that.

Police are using Amazon facial recognition tech and the ACLU is pissed by magnora7 in news

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Not so fast....

Anti-mask laws

A PEACE OFFICER MAY DETAIN A PERSON WHO IS WEARING A DISGUISE TO VERIFY THE PERSON'S IDENTITY AND TO DETERMINE IF THE PERSON HAS COMMITTED A PUBLIC OFFENSE. This bill was signed into law in March of this year in Arizona. I didn't dig deep enough to see if this part was amended (I had saved it while researching something else back in February).

Saidit, what's your favorite fun fact? by Hellojoshua in AskSaidIt

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I didn't know. Part of me wants to verify this, but I don't want to search it.

Saidit, what if we showed who voted on everything? by magnora7 in AskSaidIt

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Woah...that's a long list.

Bayer gets to advertise in the super bowl, yet cannabis is rejected. Getting real sick of this shit. by i_cansmellthat in VigtesSickofThisShit

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Guess I'll be complaining about "big pot" in about 20 years or so. Funny, but yeah the cycle just keeps on going.

Can you imagine what the USA would be like if the government worked for the people, rather than the companies?

No, and that's sad. Technically, they do work for us though (at least that is what we've been led to believe, should probably fact check that one). We the people need to remember that.

Has anyone ever started a petition to fire the representatives that seem to favor corporate interests? I guess this would have to be done on a state/regional basis. Do petitions even work anymore? Guess I just outlined what I'm reading tonight.

65% of Public School 8th Graders Not Proficient in Reading; 67% Not Proficient in Math by dcjogger in news

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By the time the average American student enters the 8th grade, he/she has had 9,360 hours of "education." We would be a nation of geniuses if the goal of schooling was education.

Here is a full list of all 40 currently-serving US congresspeople who have dual citizenship with Israel by magnora7 in Collusion

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They should, but they seem to find the best loopholes.

SaidIt Promotional Ideas by JasonCarswell in SaidIt

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"Mommy, what's a wage slave?"

Do you prefer nightmode or daymode? by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Nightmode here. It feels like the anti-reddit.

TIL: The CIA can remote-control cars and cause "accidents" suspiciously similar to dozens experienced by the establishment's political enemies. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Haven't read the article yet but was thinking....last year I bought a new car. I've never owned a brand new car, I had a 2006 prior but it was costing more to upkeep than it was worth so I traded it. My old car had no bluetooth or any type of connections, but my new car has all the state of the art type stuff. I thought it was odd though that I can't turn off the radio. I can mute it, but it is always on. Meaning, it is always streaming something since I have xm and I usually link my phone. It maybe nothing, but does anyone find it odd that on newer vehicles we can't completely disconnect with a push of a button? I did some cursory searching and you can disconnect by disabling some wiring, but it is troublesome, at least a bit.

Maybe I am paranoid, I don't know. But I do leave all electronics behind when I run, walk the dogs, or go into stores.

Hennepin County (Minneapolis) has elected the country's first openly gay sheriff. by Tom_Bombadil in politics

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This should spur hollywood to remake "Blazing Saddles," updated for today's social climate and based on true events!

A startup’s bold plan for a mood-predicting smartphone app is shadowed by questions over evidence by i_cansmellthat in Health

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If only there was an app to remind me to take my joy pill.

Who believes in conspiracies? New research offers a theory by The_In-Betweener in ConspiracyHeadlines

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"Hart hopes the research advances the understanding of why some people are more attracted to conspiracy theories than others."

Once they know why we are attracted to conspiracy theories, they will make sure to limit that attraction. This study is a conspiracy. /s

But seriously, who funds these studies?

Honest Government Ad | Article 13 (Internet Censorship Bill) by useless_aether in funny

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The filternet! Coming soon to a device near you.

What happens one hour after drinking a can of coke by useless_aether in Health

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This is why I drink bourbon. Or water. Or bourbon and water.