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Reply #150 posted 09/09/19 11:47pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

jjhunsecker said:

Somebody tell me : has any so-called "Antifa members" killed anybody ?

Not sure... how many have they battered? and on a related issue: How many people have the NRA killed? *hint nearly 1*


well, but I am using my very own personal percentage calculation, a non-linear reciprocal function where 0 = 90% and 1 = 45% and 2 = 30% and 99 = 0.9% and 999 = 0.09% and so on. so if the NRA killed nearly 1 that is actually a LOT!!! Ha!




but anyway, you are of course wrong, as usual. and I am not even counting single dumbed down guncrazy NRA shithead members running wild, that would be too easy, I just focus on the NRA as an organisation.

and those rotten terrorist fucks are directly responsible for mass shooting victims and for siding with criminals and with terrorists, cause they want those to have easy access to guns and no backgound checks. NRA members are dumb as horsehit, deluded and manipulated by propaganda into following the footsteps of the forefathers some racist slave owning phoney traitors. they are a disgusting piece of trash vomit and whenever one of their retarded members gets shot I'll be singing Hallelujah, God Darwin is great and fair after all!

[Edited 9/10/19 1:58am]

Ideally speaking, the President of the United States and the dumbest person in the country would be two different people. Oh well.... money can't fix stupid
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Reply #151 posted 09/10/19 3:41am

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BombSquad said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

Not sure... how many have they battered? and on a related issue: How many people have the NRA killed? *hint nearly 1*


well, but I am using my very own personal percentage calculation, a non-linear reciprocal function where 0 = 90% and 1 = 45% and 2 = 30% and 99 = 0.9% and 999 = 0.09% and so on. so if the NRA killed nearly 1 that is actually a LOT!!! Ha!




but anyway, you are of course wrong, as usual. and I am not even counting single dumbed down guncrazy NRA shithead members running wild, that would be too easy, I just focus on the NRA as an organisation.

and those rotten terrorist fucks are directly responsible for mass shooting victims and for siding with criminals and with terrorists, cause they want those to have easy access to guns and no backgound checks. NRA members are dumb as horsehit, deluded and manipulated by propaganda into following the footsteps of the forefathers some racist slave owning phoney traitors. they are a disgusting piece of trash vomit and whenever one of their retarded members gets shot I'll be singing Hallelujah, God Darwin is great and fair after all!

the NRA doesn't side with criminals and it supports background checks... and I have never been and have no interest in becoming a member.

If "Assault" rifles are banned... COPS first! If they want to TRY to take them from the PEOPLE they should set the example!
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Reply #152 posted 09/10/19 4:58am

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^^

you are either with the shooters or the victims. the NRA scum is with the shooters.


and huh?? I never said you were a member....?!
oh.. I see, it's just your P.A.R.A.N.O.I.A. clicking in again

Ideally speaking, the President of the United States and the dumbest person in the country would be two different people. Oh well.... money can't fix stupid
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Reply #153 posted 09/10/19 5:02am

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oh, and as for NRA supporting background checks...


https://edition.cnn.com/2019/08/09/politics/trump-nra-comments-background-checks/index.html
https://www.nraila.org/ca...und-checks



so obviously some fucks are once again completely ignorant and uninformed dumbed down clowns.
either that, or just shitty rotten terrorist and mass murderer supporting LIARS

Ideally speaking, the President of the United States and the dumbest person in the country would be two different people. Oh well.... money can't fix stupid
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Reply #154 posted 09/10/19 6:25am

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

BombSquad said:


well, but I am using my very own personal percentage calculation, a non-linear reciprocal function where 0 = 90% and 1 = 45% and 2 = 30% and 99 = 0.9% and 999 = 0.09% and so on. so if the NRA killed nearly 1 that is actually a LOT!!! Ha!




but anyway, you are of course wrong, as usual. and I am not even counting single dumbed down guncrazy NRA shithead members running wild, that would be too easy, I just focus on the NRA as an organisation.

and those rotten terrorist fucks are directly responsible for mass shooting victims and for siding with criminals and with terrorists, cause they want those to have easy access to guns and no backgound checks. NRA members are dumb as horsehit, deluded and manipulated by propaganda into following the footsteps of the forefathers some racist slave owning phoney traitors. they are a disgusting piece of trash vomit and whenever one of their retarded members gets shot I'll be singing Hallelujah, God Darwin is great and fair after all!

the NRA doesn't side with criminals and it supports background checks... and I have never been and have no interest in becoming a member.




Why not? They support everything you support, so why don't you support them?

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Reply #155 posted 09/10/19 10:21am

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RodeoSchro said:



guitarslinger44 said:




RodeoSchro said:





falloff

You didn't bother to read the article, did you?

"Ben" streamed the whole thing live on Facebook. There's a video of the portion in question embedded in the article.

Here's the direct link to the video.

https://www.youtube.com/w...wN9J88j4mA

Now - there is NO question that the "antifa" had gathered at Cider Riot with no intent of altercation with anyone. There is also NO question that it was the "Proud Boys" who found out that's where "antifa" was going to be hanging out. There is NO question that it was the "Proud Boys" who went to Cider Riot with the intent of altercation. And there is NO question Andy Ngo was with the "Proud Boys" and knew the plansfor a hoped-for altercation.

"Ben" called Cider Riot to warn them what was about to happen.

Andy Ngo did nothing, even though he explicitly knew what the "Proud Boys" intended to do. If you don't believe me, click on the original Portland Mercury link and read the Cease and Desist letter Ngo's attorney sent the paper. BTW, the paper stands by its reporting.

"Ben" is a true American patriot, who did everything he could to prevent the violence that Andy Ngo knew was about to occur, which of course Ngo was happy to let occur.

Why oh why are you defending Ngo and the "Proud Boys"?





I did read the article and I watched the video. Ngo being around them doesn't make him any more a member than any press who follow Trump make them members of his entourage/advocates of what he does. They're just reporters, just like Ngo is. It isn't Andy Ngo's job to stop these groups from doing what they're doing any more than it has ever been any reporter's job to stop events they're covering. Ngo's attorney sent a C&D because what they're reporting is slander. Just stop.


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falloff

You HAVE to be trolling.

Look - Andy Ngo was there either as a "journalist" or as a member of the "Proud Boys". In your opinion, in which capacity was Andy Ngo present with the "Proud Boys"?



I like how every time I say something you have no response to you say I'm trolling. Page 1 of the Rodeo playbook. lol

I'm gonna let you do this one though. Do you think Andy Ngo was there as a reporter or as the token gay/Asian member of a white supremacist group? And I'M the one who's trolling. lol lol lol

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Reply #156 posted 09/10/19 11:54pm

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BombSquad said:

oh, and as for NRA supporting background checks...


https://edition.cnn.com/2019/08/09/politics/trump-nra-comments-background-checks/index.html
https://www.nraila.org/ca...und-checks



so obviously some fucks are once again completely ignorant and uninformed dumbed down clowns.
either that, or just shitty rotten terrorist and mass murderer supporting LIARS


again: exposed for LIES and INGORANCE

again: ran away

again: biggest pussy around



Ideally speaking, the President of the United States and the dumbest person in the country would be two different people. Oh well.... money can't fix stupid
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Reply #157 posted 09/11/19 7:09am

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guitarslinger44 said:

RodeoSchro said:



falloff

You HAVE to be trolling.

Look - Andy Ngo was there either as a "journalist" or as a member of the "Proud Boys". In your opinion, in which capacity was Andy Ngo present with the "Proud Boys"?

I like how every time I say something you have no response to you say I'm trolling. Page 1 of the Rodeo playbook. lol I'm gonna let you do this one though. Do you think Andy Ngo was there as a reporter or as the token gay/Asian member of a white supremacist group? And I'M the one who's trolling. lol lol lol [Edited 9/10/19 10:22am]



LOL, if there's a Rodeo playbook, then Item #1 has to be "Over-answer everything". Of the many faults I have, using 1,000 words when 10 will do is right up there at the top. Reply #145 is a perfect example of how I usually over-answer.

While I appreciate your kind offer to let me answer my own question, I must respectfully decline your request. After all, I want to know what you think the situation is. Here are the possible responses as I see them; feel free to expand or add if you wish.

Now, on to my trademark over-answering!

POSSIBLE RESPONSES

1. Andy Ngo is a supporter of white supremacy, and that's why he was associating with the "Proud Boys". On the face of it odd, as you have attempted to portray with humor. But then again, there is an organization called Log Cabin Republicans who certainly supports a party that is actively against its interests; in fact, against the very existence of its members. LCR has been around 42 years and has 35 chapters across the USA, meaning there are thousands of gay people who purposefully support a party that would believes they are an abomination against God and not worthy of the same rights you and I have. Since we have now established that conservatives are capable of extreme self-hate, it's not impossible to believe a conservative gay Asian man supports white supremacy for some convoluted reason that neither you nor I could comprehend.

2. Andy Ngo doesn't necessarily support white supremacy but for reasons unknown, hates the left and "antifa" so much that he'd align himself with anyone who fights them. The old "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" mindset, taken to the extreme. If so, he is driven by a hatred so burning that he couldn't possibly be labelled a "journailst". At best he's a rabble-rouser; at worst, he's up there with that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones in that his hate is all-consuming and thus renders him completely irrelevant in the arenas of journalism and politics.

3. Andy Ngo is a "journalist" and was there to report on "Proud Boy" activities. I must admit, I've never read anything Andy Ngo has reported but apparently you have, as you seem to indicate in reply #105 that you're aware his concentration is in reporting on altercations involving "antifa". But if it was "antifa" he was reporting on, wouldn't he have been following them? If you think "antifa" if going to be involved in an altercation, it seems like you'd be trailing them so that you wouldn't miss it. Unless, of course, you know that "antifa" was not going to attack, but would be the attacked. In that case, if your goal was to video an "antifa" altercation and you knew they were going to be attacked, then it makes perfect sense that you'd be hanging out with the attackers.

4. Andy Ngo is nothing more than a self-promoter, who decided that the best way to make his mark was to become the internet-equivalent of a shock jock. What could be more shocking than buddying up to white supremacists? While attempting to explain that you're simply embedded, of course. But when you become aware of potential violence - maybe even deadly violence - then as a shock jock, are you going to warn anyone about it?

And that's the thing. If you think Andy Ngo is #1 or #2, then no - he was not about to call the Cider Riot bar or the police or anyone else to tell them that a group of white supremacists were working themselves up for an attack, and had weapons both concealed and unconcealed to use for maximum damage.

If you think Andy Ngo is #3, then he should have his journalism credentials revoked. It's unbelievable that a journalist, who by definition is supposed to be open-minded and impartial, would sit on information about potential violence just so he could get a story. But if that's the decision he made, I think any person with a conscience would have to agree that Andy Ngo is a piece of shit.

Finally, if you think he's #4 then it's should be unanimous - he's a piece of shit. There are no redeeming qualities to that kind of shock jock.

OK, over-answer complete! The ball is in your court!


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Reply #158 posted 09/11/19 7:56am

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RodeoSchro said:

guitarslinger44 said:

RodeoSchro said: I like how every time I say something you have no response to you say I'm trolling. Page 1 of the Rodeo playbook. lol I'm gonna let you do this one though. Do you think Andy Ngo was there as a reporter or as the token gay/Asian member of a white supremacist group? And I'M the one who's trolling. lol lol lol [Edited 9/10/19 10:22am]



LOL, if there's a Rodeo playbook, then Item #1 has to be "Over-answer everything". Of the many faults I have, using 1,000 words when 10 will do is right up there at the top. Reply #145 is a perfect example of how I usually over-answer.

While I appreciate your kind offer to let me answer my own question, I must respectfully decline your request. After all, I want to know what you think the situation is. Here are the possible responses as I see them; feel free to expand or add if you wish.

Now, on to my trademark over-answering!

POSSIBLE RESPONSES

1. Andy Ngo is a supporter of white supremacy, and that's why he was associating with the "Proud Boys". On the face of it odd, as you have attempted to portray with humor. But then again, there is an organization called Log Cabin Republicans who certainly supports a party that is actively against its interests; in fact, against the very existence of its members. LCR has been around 42 years and has 35 chapters across the USA, meaning there are thousands of gay people who purposefully support a party that would believes they are an abomination against God and not worthy of the same rights you and I have. Since we have now established that conservatives are capable of extreme self-hate, it's not impossible to believe a conservative gay Asian man supports white supremacy for some convoluted reason that neither you nor I could comprehend.

2. Andy Ngo doesn't necessarily support white supremacy but for reasons unknown, hates the left and "antifa" so much that he'd align himself with anyone who fights them. The old "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" mindset, taken to the extreme. If so, he is driven by a hatred so burning that he couldn't possibly be labelled a "journailst". At best he's a rabble-rouser; at worst, he's up there with that fat fuck/possible pedophile/potential domestic terrorist Alex Jones in that his hate is all-consuming and thus renders him completely irrelevant in the arenas of journalism and politics.

3. Andy Ngo is a "journalist" and was there to report on "Proud Boy" activities. I must admit, I've never read anything Andy Ngo has reported but apparently you have, as you seem to indicate in reply #105 that you're aware his concentration is in reporting on altercations involving "antifa". But if it was "antifa" he was reporting on, wouldn't he have been following them? If you think "antifa" if going to be involved in an altercation, it seems like you'd be trailing them so that you wouldn't miss it. Unless, of course, you know that "antifa" was not going to attack, but would be the attacked. In that case, if your goal was to video an "antifa" altercation and you knew they were going to be attacked, then it makes perfect sense that you'd be hanging out with the attackers.

4. Andy Ngo is nothing more than a self-promoter, who decided that the best way to make his mark was to become the internet-equivalent of a shock jock. What could be more shocking than buddying up to white supremacists? While attempting to explain that you're simply embedded, of course. But when you become aware of potential violence - maybe even deadly violence - then as a shock jock, are you going to warn anyone about it?

And that's the thing. If you think Andy Ngo is #1 or #2, then no - he was not about to call the Cider Riot bar or the police or anyone else to tell them that a group of white supremacists were working themselves up for an attack, and had weapons both concealed and unconcealed to use for maximum damage.

If you think Andy Ngo is #3, then he should have his journalism credentials revoked. It's unbelievable that a journalist, who by definition is supposed to be open-minded and impartial, would sit on information about potential violence just so he could get a story. But if that's the decision he made, I think any person with a conscience would have to agree that Andy Ngo is a piece of shit.

Finally, if you think he's #4 then it's should be unanimous - he's a piece of shit. There are no redeeming qualities to that kind of shock jock.

OK, over-answer complete! The ball is in your court!


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Reply #159 posted 09/11/19 7:57am

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The right is mighty quiet about NGO.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #160 posted 09/11/19 8:00am

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@Rodeo

I already answered the question in so many words in a previous post, but: it's 3.

Ngo is a journalist, and the responsibility of a journalist is not to change or make the news, it's simply to observe and report. That's what he's been doing. And I think it's funny that you have to wonder why he wouldn't want to hang around with the same people who hospitalized him. lol

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Reply #161 posted 09/11/19 8:11am

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He's not a journalist.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #162 posted 09/11/19 11:58am

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guitarslinger44 said:

@Rodeo I already answered the question in so many words in a previous post, but: it's 3. Ngo is a journalist, and the responsibility of a journalist is not to change or make the news, it's simply to observe and report. That's what he's been doing. And I think it's funny that you have to wonder why he wouldn't want to hang around with the same people who hospitalized him. lol [Edited 9/11/19 8:01am]



I'm a real estate developer; therefore, it's not my responsibility to change or make the news. So if I'm getting some permits and I overhear down at the city permit office that person A is planning to hurt or even kill person B, then as a real estate developer it's really not my responsibility to tell the police.

Do I have that right? Because that seems to be exactly what you're saying about Andy Ngo. People are going to hurt or kill other people, and he knows it beforehand? BFD! Not his problem!

I'm curious - at which point would a "journalist" such as Andy Ngo have an obligation to warn of violence he found out was going to occur in his capacity as a "journalist"? Does he have that obligation if the violence is against a few people on the "other side"? Or does it have to be against other, innocent, people entirely? Does it have to include possible murder? Or is just simple assault and battery exempt from warning?

I am truly curious as to how you've arrived at the conclusion that defending Andy Ngo's lack of warning about violence he knew was planned to occur is the right position to take.

As to your last point, let's differentiate between "hanging out" and "covering". Andy Ngo was "hanging out" with the "Proud Boys". He wasn't practicing journalism. Do you have any articles you can point me to in which Andy Ngo wrote about his time with the "Proud Boys"? I can't find any. If Andy Ngo was in fact associating with the "Proud Boys" in the name of journalism then one would think he'd have written about them.

The fact that he hasn't kind of makes option #3 in my post a non-starter. But hey - I could be wrong. Educate me!


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Reply #163 posted 09/11/19 2:09pm

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RodeoSchro said:

guitarslinger44 said:

@Rodeo I already answered the question in so many words in a previous post, but: it's 3. Ngo is a journalist, and the responsibility of a journalist is not to change or make the news, it's simply to observe and report. That's what he's been doing. And I think it's funny that you have to wonder why he wouldn't want to hang around with the same people who hospitalized him. lol [Edited 9/11/19 8:01am]



I'm a real estate developer; therefore, it's not my responsibility to change or make the news. So if I'm getting some permits and I overhear down at the city permit office that person A is planning to hurt or even kill person B, then as a real estate developer it's really not my responsibility to tell the police.

Do I have that right? Because that seems to be exactly what you're saying about Andy Ngo. People are going to hurt or kill other people, and he knows it beforehand? BFD! Not his problem!

I'm curious - at which point would a "journalist" such as Andy Ngo have an obligation to warn of violence he found out was going to occur in his capacity as a "journalist"? Does he have that obligation if the violence is against a few people on the "other side"? Or does it have to be against other, innocent, people entirely? Does it have to include possible murder? Or is just simple assault and battery exempt from warning?

I am truly curious as to how you've arrived at the conclusion that defending Andy Ngo's lack of warning about violence he knew was planned to occur is the right position to take.

As to your last point, let's differentiate between "hanging out" and "covering". Andy Ngo was "hanging out" with the "Proud Boys". He wasn't practicing journalism. Do you have any articles you can point me to in which Andy Ngo wrote about his time with the "Proud Boys"? I can't find any. If Andy Ngo was in fact associating with the "Proud Boys" in the name of journalism then one would think he'd have written about them.

The fact that he hasn't kind of makes option #3 in my post a non-starter. But hey - I could be wrong. Educate me!



So wait, you waste my time making me read your long winded bullshit post, and then when I answer, and pick one of the choices YOU WROTE, you declare the answer I picked to be a "non-starter?" You're fuckin unreal Rodeo. lol

I'll bet if Andy Ngo had an opportunity to tell on some antifa idiots that were going to throw milkshakes at people, you'd shit on him for doing so, cuz that sounds like something your hypocrite ass would do. lol


I didn't see anything in that video (and maybe I missed it, that video was boring as fuck although I did watch all of it) that led me to believe there was going to be any violence. It was a video of people walking. So he's supposed to report the possibility that MAYBE if these guys mix up with the right opposition they're going to fight? What is this, Minority Report? Was it the job of every reporter covering every war ever who could see things escalating to stop those too?

Jesus fuck, Rodeo... disbelief

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Reply #164 posted 09/11/19 3:07pm

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guitarslinger44 said:

RodeoSchro said:



I'm a real estate developer; therefore, it's not my responsibility to change or make the news. So if I'm getting some permits and I overhear down at the city permit office that person A is planning to hurt or even kill person B, then as a real estate developer it's really not my responsibility to tell the police.

Do I have that right? Because that seems to be exactly what you're saying about Andy Ngo. People are going to hurt or kill other people, and he knows it beforehand? BFD! Not his problem!

I'm curious - at which point would a "journalist" such as Andy Ngo have an obligation to warn of violence he found out was going to occur in his capacity as a "journalist"? Does he have that obligation if the violence is against a few people on the "other side"? Or does it have to be against other, innocent, people entirely? Does it have to include possible murder? Or is just simple assault and battery exempt from warning?

I am truly curious as to how you've arrived at the conclusion that defending Andy Ngo's lack of warning about violence he knew was planned to occur is the right position to take.

As to your last point, let's differentiate between "hanging out" and "covering". Andy Ngo was "hanging out" with the "Proud Boys". He wasn't practicing journalism. Do you have any articles you can point me to in which Andy Ngo wrote about his time with the "Proud Boys"? I can't find any. If Andy Ngo was in fact associating with the "Proud Boys" in the name of journalism then one would think he'd have written about them.

The fact that he hasn't kind of makes option #3 in my post a non-starter. But hey - I could be wrong. Educate me!



So wait, you waste my time making me read your long winded bullshit post, and then when I answer, and pick one of the choices YOU WROTE, you declare the answer I picked to be a "non-starter?" You're fuckin unreal Rodeo. lol

I'll bet if Andy Ngo had an opportunity to tell on some antifa idiots that were going to throw milkshakes at people, you'd shit on him for doing so, cuz that sounds like something your hypocrite ass would do. lol


I didn't see anything in that video (and maybe I missed it, that video was boring as fuck although I did watch all of it) that led me to believe there was going to be any violence. It was a video of people walking. So he's supposed to report the possibility that MAYBE if these guys mix up with the right opposition they're going to fight? What is this, Minority Report? Was it the job of every reporter covering every war ever who could see things escalating to stop those too?

Jesus fuck, Rodeo... disbelief



Holy moley, if I knew I had the power to make you do stuff, I'd have made you transcribe "Resolution" for me. I still don't have it right!

Bottom line: You think it's OK that Andy Ngo sat back and let violence happen, although he had prior knowledge of said violence and could have alerted people about it. Got it.

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Reply #165 posted 09/11/19 3:13pm

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RodeoSchro said:

guitarslinger44 said:


So wait, you waste my time making me read your long winded bullshit post, and then when I answer, and pick one of the choices YOU WROTE, you declare the answer I picked to be a "non-starter?" You're fuckin unreal Rodeo. lol

I'll bet if Andy Ngo had an opportunity to tell on some antifa idiots that were going to throw milkshakes at people, you'd shit on him for doing so, cuz that sounds like something your hypocrite ass would do. lol


I didn't see anything in that video (and maybe I missed it, that video was boring as fuck although I did watch all of it) that led me to believe there was going to be any violence. It was a video of people walking. So he's supposed to report the possibility that MAYBE if these guys mix up with the right opposition they're going to fight? What is this, Minority Report? Was it the job of every reporter covering every war ever who could see things escalating to stop those too?

Jesus fuck, Rodeo... disbelief



Holy moley, if I knew I had the power to make you do stuff, I'd have made you transcribe "Resolution" for me. I still don't have it right!

Bottom line: You think it's OK that Andy Ngo sat back and let violence happen, although he had prior knowledge of said violence and could have alerted people about it. Got it.



I was actually just thinking today how I would have hated to have been one of those guys who had to transcribe a bunch of songs for the guitar magazines back in the day. Trying to figure out what some really soft guitar part was doing in the backgroud would have been painstaking much less trying to get every one of Coltrane's notes lol

Where is your evidence that he knew there was going to be violence? Unless he discussed that before, it's all conjecture that he knew. And if you know something the rest of us don't, maybe you should go to the proper authorities with it.

Besides you're okay with antifa beating the shit out of people and breaking things, so I guess we're even on this one. lol

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