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[-] Posadas@hexbear.net 11 points 6 days ago

God Damn Amerikkka is the moderate position.

[-] Posadas@hexbear.net 59 points 1 week ago

Texans about to find out why they don't have healthcare

[-] Posadas@hexbear.net 65 points 1 month ago

blob-no-thoughts Surly the goverment won't let it run rampant and unchecked. I mean, who would risk letting a rapidly mutating virus that is spreading between multiple different mammalian species go unchecked.

[-] Posadas@hexbear.net 68 points 3 months ago

On the other hand, the skill share ad feels right at home.

[-] Posadas@hexbear.net 60 points 3 months ago

Maoist Leninist Anarchism

[-] Posadas@hexbear.net 59 points 4 months ago

How about a compromise, we inject them with a comically large syringe of concentrated microplastics.

[-] Posadas@hexbear.net 60 points 4 months ago

French fash frothing for financial firmness fucks French finances.

[-] Posadas@hexbear.net 73 points 4 months ago* (last edited 4 months ago)

Same guy.

Justin Mohn, a 2014 graduate of Pennsylvania State University, returns for the fourth time pro se to sue the United States for allowing him to borrow money to attend college without advising him he may not find satisfactory work as an overeducated white man almost ten years later. He essentially claims the United States lent him money which he needed to repay under a student loan contract beginning in late 2014 but this loan allowed him to get a college education and he cannot find a satisfactory job as an overeducated white man to repay the loan. He seeks over $10 million from the United States. We dismissed his similar complaints three times including a negligence claim.


[-] Posadas@hexbear.net 55 points 7 months ago* (last edited 7 months ago)

Not a fan of the death penalty, but this is one way to do it.

You get two years to not fuck up, and if you manage that it gets reduces to a life sentence or some other fixed sentence

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