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AbbeyMarie
I usually don't give them a second glance anymore BUT WHAT CAN I SAY I AM A SUCKER FOR THEATRICS



butre
I always watch these videos to see what frame ruins the sensibility of the video and make it something that nobody could ever take seriously.


futurama poster did it for me
AbbeyMarie
Right? They should know since they are an internet based group they have to go an extra mile to prove they aren't some nerdy 13 year olds ran by a bunch of angry college kids.

Instead they stuff their videos with "straight off google" images
butre
if they're gonna dump those pictures in they should at least apply the same filter they did to the rest of the video
butre
QUOTE(JackRapington @ Dec 6 2011, 10:53 PM) *
Right? They should know since they are an internet based group they have to go an extra mile to prove they aren't some nerdy 13 year olds ran by a bunch of angry college kids.

Instead they stuff their videos with "straight off google" images

god could put a futurama poster in his next blockbuster propaganda video and I'd never take him seriously again. it's not about the fact that nerdy people are putting it in there, it's the fact that relatively intelligent people who are trying to change the country for the better and want to be taken seriously are putting it in there.

it's almost like they want to fail
fiveseven
Though it might have been JC, but from the hands, I could tell it was Steven.

This bill, passed late last night in a 93-7 vote, declares the entire USA to be a "battleground" upon which U.S. military forces can operate with impunity, overriding Posse Comitatus and granting the military the unchecked power to arrest, detain, interrogate and even assassinate U.S. citizens with impunity.

Later!
sixfive
in regard to what's more binding, constitution > all. no statute, bill, order, code, etc, has more precedence. if this is as serious as they say, it will be ruled unconstitutional in the future.
LittleMissSunshine
hm speaking the truth.
butre
QUOTE(sixfive @ Dec 8 2011, 12:41 PM) *
in regard to what's more binding, constitution > all. no statute, bill, order, code, etc, has more precedence. if this is as serious as they say, it will be ruled unconstitutional in the future.

the declaration of independence is held higher than the constitution, but it doesn't often make a difference because nothing in the constitution goes against the declaration of independence.
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