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General Non-Firearms Discussion / Re: The Worst of SJW's.
« Last post by coelacanth on Today at 12:12:40 AM »
Sargon teed it up and hit it long in that last clip.    :thumbup1    "Queering"  agriculture ?   :scrutiny   Spoken like a true child of privilege who has spent a lifetime engaged in spending an excess of money and time and has absolutely nothing of worth to show for it.   And, Dr. Peterson's point in the clip about the left and Saudi Arabia is right on the money. 

In case you haven't noticed, WE ARE ALREADY IN A WAR.   The Cold War didn't really end, it just shifted tactics and theaters of operations.   
https://townhall.com/columnists/dennisprager/2017/01/24/americas-second-civil-war-n2275896

That is why the left is losing their collective mind over the Trump presidency.  It represents the first major setback they've experienced in years.  If we screw around and fail to take the initiative this opportunity affords us there will no longer be anything left of the United States of America that the founders and all since fought and bled and died for. 
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General Non-Firearms Discussion / Re: The Worst of SJW's.
« Last post by Kaso on Yesterday at 11:47:44 PM »
http://amp.dailycaller.com/2015/02/07/meanwhile-at-berkeley-queering-agriculture/



Queering agriculture.
I fixed the link in my quote.  Here is the text, because this needs to be read:

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The University of California, Berkeley will be hosting a lecture next week dedicated to the peculiar matter of “Queering Agriculture.”

“So why queer agriculture?” the event description opens. “This seems like an odd question but becomes more obvious with research and analysis.”

The lecture will be given on Feb. 10 by Bailey Kier, a Ph.D candidate at the University of Maryland. Kier is no rookie when it comes to queer studies, having already written a dissertation on the “queer geography of the Potomac River Basic.”

It is difficult to explain just what it means to “queer” something. But in essence, it amounts to re-evaluating the basic nature of a topic from the perspective of sexuality and reproduction. Helpfully, the event description includes a drawing of a person of uncertain gender passionately kissing an enormous strawberry.

Confusing? Sure, but according to Kier it is an extremely important matter.


“[Q]ueering and trans-ing ideas and practices of agriculture are necessary for more sustainable, sovereign, and equitable food systems for the creatures and systems involved in systemic reproductions that feed humans and other creatures,” the description continues. “Since agriculture is literally the backbone of economics, politics, and ‘civilized’ life as we know it, and the manipulation of reproduction and sexuality are a foundation of agriculture, it is absolutely crucial queer and transgender studies begin to deal more seriously with the subject of agriculture.”

Kier also suggests that since 9/11 (which is somehow related), the movement toward “sustainable agriculture” has been burdened by unwarranted assumptions that give agriculture a heterosexual, human-centered identity.


“By focusing on popular culture representations and government legislation since 9/11, it will become clearer how the growing popularity of sustainable food is laden with anthroheterocentric assumptions of the ‘good life’ coupled with idealized images and ideas of the American farm, and gender, radicalized  and normative standards of health, family, and nation,” the summary says. The consequences of such anthroheterocentrism can only be guessed at.

UC Berkeley currently receives over $300 million a year from California taxpayer.


So it really has come to that?  This is where our great civilization has fallen to?

Kaso thoughtfully considers the things he would do to those people if he were the king:



In all seriousness?  We Americans have gotten too soft.  We have things so good that we have time to worry about 'queering' our agriculture - when that is the only damned thing in this country that is still 100% straight.  We need to have another depression, or a war - a real war, where we have an even chance of losing - in order to give the leftists some perspective on things.
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Strategy and Tactics / Re: Clint Smith and the Two Fairies.
« Last post by coelacanth on Yesterday at 11:33:01 PM »
So, BA doesn't really stand for "Bad A&&" anymore - now its Ballistic Aneurysm ?    :hmm
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General Non-Firearms Discussion / Re: The Worst of SJW's.
« Last post by MTK20 on Yesterday at 09:50:33 PM »


There's a whole heap of truth packed into this one minute.
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General Non-Firearms Discussion / Re: The Worst of SJW's.
« Last post by MTK20 on Yesterday at 07:47:48 PM »
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Adams Holsters / Re: March Holster Contest!
« Last post by zayerpaul on Yesterday at 07:30:29 PM »
This is a difficult choice for sure. I'm thinking a single-stack in an IWB at 4:30ish would pretty much make me happy most of the time. I carry my Springfield XDS9 (4" barrel) in a Alien Gear cloak tuck 2 now, and it works great most of the time. Definitely an improvement over the Remora I used to use because it was all I had. I'm sure Luke's Texas rig IWB would be much better, and it is on the list. My full size 1911 is by far the better shooter and carries ok. However, if this was one and only one, it would not work when dressed nice as I am tall, skinny, and live in Panama City so thin clothing is always a must. The XDS pretty much disappears in all but the more fitted clothing. I've learned a trick even for that. I wear an A-shirt tucked in over the pistol, then the outer shirt over all. It's a little warmer but the A-shirt smooths out the bump from the grip that would normally be sharp when bending over. Really looking forward to one of Luke's rig though to see how much better and more comfortable it can be.
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Strategy and Tactics / Re: Clint Smith and the Two Fairies.
« Last post by MTK20 on Yesterday at 07:17:36 PM »
And if it's a .45, the shockwave from a miss will still explode their blood vessels.

 :rotfl
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Strategy and Tactics / Re: Clint Smith and the Two Fairies.
« Last post by ZeroTA on Yesterday at 07:04:10 PM »
And if it's a .45, the shockwave from a miss will still explode their blood vessels.
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Strategy and Tactics / Re: Clint Smith and the Two Fairies.
« Last post by scarville on Yesterday at 06:59:20 PM »
Nah, just send a wall of bullets. Some of 'em are bound to hit something, right?

Who knows?  Maybe all those bullets whizzing by will suck the oxygen out of the air and cause the bad guy to faint from anoxia.
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