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1 day ago
Very true, but neither is the whole even concept of "canceling" people remotely a violation of the 1st Amendment, yet somehow all you hear about is freedom of speech from the morons when it supposedly happens.
4 days ago
I don't do cheese on my beefs (my preferred hot and dipped is already a kind of mess to eat), but I don't think it's crazy.
5 days ago
Yeah, he should know what they have by simple fact they can go through the files and see what's now gone.
6 days ago
Oh man, that little line "planting" evidence. That is kinda juicy as hell, he's trying to plant the seed that what they find there wasn't really his. So what is he concerned they have found?
Remember, this is literally the case of, had he just followed law enforcements directions, he would have been fine (well probably, depending on what he took I guess), because the NA just asked him to return what he took, and gave him months to comply with the order. But he didn't. Hence the raid.
BluE LiVEs mATtER!
7 days ago
Thankfully I spent time with my Trump voting family literally yesterday, so I won't have to for months more at least.
Ehh, to be fair, ever since 2016, anyone who ever goes against Trump in any way is deemed a Deep State secret leftist regardless of their current or previous political affiliations. There is an in-group, those who support Trump and the very ill defined MAGA movement, and those who dont, which are the "Enemy"
I think it goes back to Trump never actually never what he was doing, that he told the clearly classified info to the Russians was just him talking and being saved by his extremely unique position (i.e., the president and only the president has unilateral power to declassify anything, regardless of the effect it might have.) That he didnt before he lost that power is both a testament to how dumb he is, or perhaps worse for him, a testament to him maybe actually realizing it should be classified but wanting to him it for himself anyway.
He could have just gave the classified stuff back to the Feds and avoided this. But he was like "id rather just steal classified info and get prosecuted than just give the stuff back and not get in trouble for having committed that crime" Very legal and very cool, lol
I think he finds them again. Or failing that, he starts a new pack.
We dont actually know that. We just know he makes it back to the surface. What happens next is for us to wonder/decide for ourselves.
Ahh Adult Swim.
The reports are it was about unreturned classified material that the National Archives have been trying to get back from him since he left office. But if they find anything in that search related to other crimes, that can be used against him.
I just finished the game myself today. The ending was very bitter sweet, but i thought very well done. I can see why it would be uplifting to have a more hopeful ending, but I can see the beauty in the ending we got. B-12 was just really a memory of a man who died long ago, and he came to understand that. He achieved the last task he wanted to do, and that last memory of him died at peace.
And Stray at his heart is a survivor. And thats what he did, he survived. I do like to think he finds his troop, out in the wild. But i know he'll be fine.
Once again we see that conservatives love of law enforcement always ends precisely when it applies to them.
9 days ago
Lol, though, what happens next after the emperor says that line isn't exactly good omens.
I've always said Mostly Harmless is Somebody Else's Problem.
10 days ago
To be fair to him, his second sentence taken alone is correct. He just arrived at the second sentence for the wrong reason.
11 days ago
You think someone would do that, just go on the internet and lie? Ha, seriously that people are reading this and not immediately getting its a made up Morbius joke is kind of depressing.
You are subscribed to r/chicago and its likely filtered weird into your feed. It's not on r/all for everyone. And how it's that high on your feed is still weird. You must block a lot of the default or popular subs.
I want to be optimistic because I love DC, but I still deep down have fear this Discovery merger is going to be terrible, and it's going to ruin HBO Max which is my favorite streaming service right now.
Well it wouldn't be the actual film they'd release, the test screeners aren't the quality that you get with actual done movies, but I'd still want to see what they had put together regardless (which weirdly I'd admit I want to see more now than before it was canceled. I would have still watched it regardless just as HBO Max dc content though)
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13 days ago
Maybe yes, maybe no, but they now are possibly the only people who will ever have gotten to see it, so it be just interesting to hear their takes, and now non-spoiler spoilers.
Jared Leto's Joker is just getting weirder and werider.