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FredH

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  1. Hey retard, just how far from my reach do you think a rifle is when a stranger comes to my door? Especially if I knew they were coming to inject me with a experimental vaccine?
  2. You are in much deeper shit, you are controlled by government and the fake news, in other words a bot.
  3. Funny that and for a while I thought you had your shit together. I see you are among the victims instead of the different.
  4. Odd someone from one of the parallel society's blaming what is happening on black dicks.
  5. Masses are not a specific enough group for them to defend.
  6. I wonder how many of our resident leftists will be able to see themselves in this?
  7. How about a link to scientists not paid off by the government to shill their bullshit? A group of "most"?
  8. Got a link? I thought you said he supported legislation? Are you impaired? Just Ask Al Al Gore famously blundered his way through a CNN interview in which he stated, “During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet. I took the initiative in moving forward a whole range of initiatives that have proven to be important to our country’s economic growth and environmental protection, improvements in our educational system.” His statement was, most likely, just a poor choice a words. While it sounds like Gore was trying to say that he partially supported the creation of the Internet through legislation along with many others, he did say the words: “I took the initiative in creating the Internet,” leaving himself the option to take credit if anyone wanted to give it to him. It is generally agreed that Gore is not personally responsible for single-handedly creating the Internet, but he may have played at least a partial role in fostering its creation through federal legislation. And many people believe that the federal government essentially created the Internet through research and legislation.
  9. Your going to hate this. Private Enterprise Is Responsible But the government did not create the Internet, L. Gordon Crovitz wrote in a recent op-ed for The Wall Street Journal. The government envisioned a World Wide Web as early as the 1940s and went on to develop the Pentagon’s Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET). However, that network did not lead to the Internet we have today, Crovitz wrote. Crovitz contends it was Xerox that invented the Internet, though the company wasn’t quite sure what it had. Xerox used its computer networks to share copiers, because that was the company's business, but that’s where the idea stopped. When Steve Jobs visited Xerox in 1979 to borrow some ideas, he may have seen something bigger. "They just had no idea what they had," Jobs said. The government had many of today’s Internet’s integral pieces, such as TCP/IP, but never put them together, Crovitz wrote. It was ultimately private enterprise that made the connections to create the Internet we have today, Crovitz wrote – government just needed to get out of the way.
  10. Promoting legislation is a far cry from inventing it by the way, did Gore financially benefit from his "support"?
  11. Are you sure it is actually happening or is the weed so strong you are delusional.
  12. He did not, in fact the idea was out before Gore was born. Dupe.
  13. Funny not a word about Al Gore. Keep talking out your ass, try listerine. https://techland.time.com/2012/07/25/how-government-did-and-didnt-invent-the-internet/
  14. He deflected to Co, carbon monoxide. I had to point out that catalytic converters and unleaded gas reduced the Co output 95%. And yes Co2 is the second most important atmospheric gas. Nitrogen the third.
  15. Funny shit right there another lie from a leftrat, nothing new here.
  16. My point was that we have reduced Co emissions greatly, yes I read the link.
  17. Your study is a year old there pugsly. We have learned a few things in a year. Try to keep up.
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