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May 4th, 2017, 12:49 PM   #61
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Just so you know your boy jps started all this by spewing politics. Calling sessions raciest. The man put the head of the clan in the chair while your boy Clinton loves a segregationist Obama sat in a black liberation theologian church ( I know blacks can't be raciest) and the Democrat party had a clans man as its leader. But I'm spewing stuff. The retard is strong with this one


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Nah Povol started this all using a highly politicized word to describe Danny Kent. It was completely unjustified to say that about Kent for the reasons I mentioned in my very first post in the topic. But Povol is a true believer of divisive GOP politics.

Saying I started it falls into your imaginary 'I rebutted your post up there' reply.
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The word snowflake oh jeez get your safety pins on to the safespace batman


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Anyway jps Spanish grand prix I always do like your thoughts on racing abr. Anybody but rossi


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Generation Snowflake, or Snowflake Generation, is a term used to characterize young adults as being more prone to taking offence and less resilient than previous generations, or as being too emotionally vulnerable to cope with views that challenge their own.
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I'm fully aware of the term snowflake. I left nyc to get away from them and high taxes and crazy gun laws. Although if you are a criminal or knew the right people you could get one for a fee.
I'm now a happy resident of the gunshine state. No state taxes gorgeous weather my vote counts and a nice little collection so far.


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Kent: KTM Moto3™ test and wildcard at Le Mans
2015 Moto3™ World Champion to test on Tuesday at Jerez and enter French GP as a wildcard
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Danny Kent will take part in a day of testing with the KTM Moto3™ bike next Tuesday at Jerez with the Red Bull KTM Ajo Team. After parting ways with Kiefer Racing in the Moto2™ World Championship last time out, Kent has now been chosen by KTM to evaluate and give his point of view on the KTM RC250 GP Moto3™ machine - and will complete his collaboration with the team by entering the French GP as a wildcard alongside regular riders Niccolo Antonelli and Bo Bendsneyder.

The 2015 Moto3™ World Champion has four years of experience in the lower cylinder class, and rode for Red Bull KTM Ajo in 2012 and Red Bull Husqvarna Ajo in 2014.

Aki Ajo, Team Manager: "After learning of Danny Kent’s situation in the World Championship, the team, Red Bull and KTM had the joint idea of asking him to test and develop our bike. Danny is a rider who has already been part of our team in the past; we know well how he works and he knows us, and we believe that with his experience he can give us a very interesting point of view for the technical development of our bike. In addition, what every rider needs is to compete, so we have offered him the possibility of a wildcard ride at Le Mans with us. I am convinced that the outcome of this collaboration will be very satisfactory for both parties."
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Generation Snowflake, or Snowflake Generation, is a term used to characterize young adults as being more prone to taking offence and less resilient than previous generations, or as being too emotionally vulnerable to cope with views that challenge their own.
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Uhhh yeaa. The guy you made our president
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Generation Snowflake, or Snowflake Generation, is a term used to characterize young adults as being more prone to taking offence and less resilient than previous generations, or as being too emotionally vulnerable to cope with views that challenge their own.
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What are you even talking about? There is no scientific study that can possibly back up your moronic claim that young adults are less resilient than previous generations. That's nothing more than your usual delusional thinking that is informed by the same like-minded idiots who have convinced you that personal responsibility entails trying to prevent anyone from having things like quality healthcare, or god forbid an actual living wage.

I know having a mouthful of empty teeth is more valued in your neck of the woods than being an educated, literate, and intelligent person. However for the rest of us who don't live in a bubble, we believe in progress that goes beyond having an indoor toilet instead of an outhouse.

I have to laugh that you talk about the younger generation "being too emotionally vulnerable to cope with views that challenge their own". I just watched half of your idiot generation turn into an angry, rabid, irrational mob at the MERE mention of the words "Benghazi" and "Hillary Clinton". In fact, people of your ilk were so clueless about what you voted for that you fell for the promises of a man who talks at an educational level no higher than that of the 4th grade. Like I already said previously, GOP voters (you included) vote against your own best interests because you cannot think for yourself.
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.....GOP voters (you included) vote against your own best interests because you cannot think for yourself.
That applies to both sides. With all the information available, people forgot to think for themselves. They pick the information source which aligns with their own and regurgitate whatever they heard/saw on such source. We all know media of both sides are totally biased because that bias caters to their target audience anyway. Otherwise they lose the sponsors putting the ads and commercials. Some of commentators are saying things just because that's their job. They actually don't believe in those "values" their station is representing. Duh.

http://theoatmeal.com/comics/believe
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Oooh... another angry internet bad-ass. You're making all our little hearts throb - because you're so new and different from all the other bad-asses that have paraded through here in the past.

Really... go ahead, spew all that Breitbart dog-whistle bullshit if it lessens your fear of a Black Planet.

A few of us may continue for a while to debate you - but the majority will want to discuss racing, and not racism.

Oh, as for having left NY because you couldn't deal... Well NYC ain't for the weak of heart, Snowflake.
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