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Offline Sick Of Silence

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Are people so stupid...
« on: September 07, 2018, 05:04:20 PM »
...that we actually have to put disclaimers on a LEGO commercial that special effects and multiple sets are being used in the commercial?

Are people that stupid were they would believe that the matrix-frozen LEGO mini-figurine will happen in real life? Are people that stupid were they can't see what's in the box at the end of the commercial as well as when you see the box at the store?
Social Media are multi-national billion dollar corporations with foreign investors that are going unchecked with the power to effect our election process.

"Book burnings" have evolved into "de-plat forming". Its the same principles behind both: to eliminate accessible knowledge.

Offline T Hunt

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Re: Are people so stupid...
« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2018, 05:51:53 PM »
...that we actually have to put disclaimers on a LEGO commercial that special effects and multiple sets are being used in the commercial?

Are people that stupid were they would believe that the matrix-frozen LEGO mini-figurine will happen in real life? Are people that stupid were they can't see what's in the box at the end of the commercial as well as when you see the box at the store?

No, this is the result of our bloated legal system which says 'ignorance of the law is no excuse' with one breath, and then 'the law is so complicated you need a lawyer to do anything' with the next.

The lib lawyers have created a real nice cash cow by creating a new language Legaleeze, that no one but them can speak fluently. And then they make the system soo complicated that the vast majority of ppl need to hire their services to do anything legal. A great way to grow gvt and control the ppl, stealing their freedoms slowly.

We are running into the same problem as in ancient rome. They had to sit down and streamline the entire legal code.

Because the nature of law is to get more complicated over time, which is what obviously happens when you try to use something as subjective as human language to codify something as objective as moral justice.

 

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