laws aren't real

Joined June 2011
a weird thing you'll still see on here is guys getting mad if you make fun of joe rogan
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fucking insane that alice sebold hasn't said anything yet
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frasier fans who didn't watch the show when it originally aired will never be able to appreciate "eddie fever"
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there was a period when I could get in the movies for free and that's why I saw k-pax in theaters
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once again I have been forcibly removed from dave and busters simply for expressing heterodox views
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it's wokeness and cancel culture to make fun of alex jones now
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why does the metroid dread control scheme require me to hold down like 5 buttons at once to execute a command
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the median american voter is carl from aqua teen hunger force
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this is what is known as "winning" at astrology, and it's what makes it real
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really happy about this of course but one of the more insidious things is that it conditions us to think of a life sentence as a win, even in the case of someone with a strong claim of innocence
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma governor commutes death sentence of Julius Jones, who was convicted of killing businessman in 1999.
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when earl washington, an intellectually disabled man sentenced to death in virginia based on a coerced confession proved his innocence in 1994 thru dna testing, the governor... commuted his sentence to life. it took 6 more years and a new governor to free him.
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there's this ritual now whenever someone threatens to kill a progressive member of congress and then that member complains about it, a bunch of weirdos act like the complaint is a product of ego-driven imagination
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chad pecknold
This is incredible. And we have an astronaut.
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It's probably impossible to know if Julius Jones innocent. But there's a hell of a lot of doubt about his guilt. Death penalty proponents claim only the "worst of the worst" are executed - the most depraved and overwhelmingly guilty. Jones is neither. theintercept.com/2021/11/14/…
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an alabama judge, tracie todd, is currently in the middle of an ethics trial that could strip her of her judgeship. her offense? she once ruled that the alabama death penalty was unconstitutional. al.com/news/2021/11/trial-be…
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