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baradar_jackson

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  1. You see the above map/chart? Notice #1 and #2 on this rankings. The president of #1 just a week ago said that the scare of the pandemic was just a hoax; presumably because he wanted to keep his precious fake speculative finance markets from collapsing. Then they collapsed anyway. Then this country produced testing kits that didn't work. Then it was revealed that the president's son has a conflict of interest re: testing kits. https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2020/03/jared-kushner-once-controlled-oscar-now-running-a-coronavirus-testing-site/ At the current juncture, this #1 countr
  2. Read history. Study it, learn from it. You have a country and you like it, OK you are one in 7 billion. But go study the history of your country. Analyze the current situation of your country. Reflect on it. Saying that nobody is arrested in your country without reason; I mean this is inherently absurd. There are wrongful arrests in every country, even the best of countries. So you cannot legitimately believe such a thing unless you are deluded.
  3. LOL He spoke to a crowd in a stadium in Makhachkala and said "you cannot keep an eagle in the cage." Never change, Khabib. Khabib vs. Tony next, please UFC. Ten trillion people who watched UFC 229 were exposed to the monster that is Tony Ferguson. And of course everyone knows Khabib now; many who hate him, many who love him. Khabib vs. Tony makes competitive sense and business sense.
  4. I posted this before the fight. check the timestamp broham The media is being lying liars as usual. Conor throws a dolly on the bus, seriously injures fighters, and the video footage is used on AAAAAAAAAAALL the promotional material for this fight. He and his team talk a bunch of crap, crossing a few red lines in the process. Dillon Danis, the king of the douchebags, gets attacked. Why is anyone surprised? Why are they talking about suspensions, and stripping the title? Why are they talking about "rematch" when Conor got completely outclasse
  5. Put in your predictions here. I say Khabib wins by submission in round 3 or 4.
  6. Salaam aleikum. There is a download link. You can download the film and watch at your own pace: http://www.mediafire.com/file/4sn33lli0d6udj7/Film+Mohammed+VOSTENG.mp4
  7. The very presence of Abadi is a violation of Iraqi sovereignty on part of the USA. But some people are content staying in the dirt, flinging mud at a fraternal people rather than recognizing what truly plagues the region and has plagued the reason for over a century. PS Iran helped establish, train, and equip the PMU... which is why there aren't people hanging from the gallows in every Iraqi city just for being of a *certain* mazhab (wink wink).
  8. As far as I know these jobs are usually taken up by people in Latin America, Africa, Eastern Europe, and parts of Asia. If you live anywhere with high cost of living, such jobs are clearly not worthwhile but depending on where you live it may be something to look into. (I have no idea what data entry is by the way so I am basing this comment on the prevalence of coding jobs of American and European companies being outsourced).
  9. Yeah oxygen is overrated, you're right.
  10. Thank God you don't own the amazon rainforest. Maybe we'd all be dead by now. Nobody cares what you strongly believe in. Argue something based on its merit, not based on your beliefs, strong or otherwise.
  11. The US government has shown time and time again that it cannot be reasoned with. They understand one type of language, and that is the language of force. A lot can be gleaned from little things. Look at this post from the official twitter account of the US department of defence: At first when I saw this I thought it was a parody account, but no: check the arrow. It's official. They are actually proud of indiscriminate destruction of nations and of civilian infrastructure. No shame whatsoever. And when you see their so-called diplomacy, this type of post
  12. Some people are stoopid. I am sure they had some stupid excuse like "the house doesn't get enough light." Yeah it doesn't get light because you have beautiful trees giving you SHADE, idiots. Shade: one of the greatest sources of comfort for man since Adam. Cutting down trees with such weak reasoning should be illegal.
  13. What you are saying is like saying: the US did not lose a single battle in Vietnam. Technically true. But who cares? Giap thought they were toast after the failure of the Tet offensive. Little did he realize that this "victory" for the US was not celebrated nor seen as progress. It literally means nothing. The power the US possesses in theory is as useful as the theoretical possibility that I can make the NBA. It hasn't been "unleashed" because the US is afraid to actually get into a fight with an adversary that can fight back. They are afra
  14. This is factually incorrect. The US "sunk" one warship - the Sahand - and it got recommissioned if I recall correctly. Also that was ten million years ago. Iran's anti-ship missile capability has vastly improved since then.
  15. First of all, I am not a part of the Iranian defence apparatus. So I am not overestimating "my" capabilities. I am on the sidelines just like you, simply doing my best to assess the situation. Secondly, I did not really make any reference to faith... although that is absolutely essentially: see how Saudi is signing their own death certificates by invading one of the poorest countries in the world (Yemen). Fortitude, faith, whatever you want to call it. It matters. Now... as for the military capabilities of the United States, the problem many people run into is that they think this
  16. Everyone please put aside three hours and watch it. it's brilliant
  17. Of course, any time a country enters a war, it can do so on its own terms without any worry about anything. Right? Right??? I mean this above statement is just delusional, and I'm not targetting you specifically @Sumerian because a lot of people say things like this and I want to know what they're on. The whole problem of the US right now with respect to Iran is that they cannot have conflict limited to the small sphere which they choose. In my opinion, even the limited conflict they seek will not accomplish what they want, which is regime change, but whatever: either way, the Iran
  18. Well the Sixers were offering Covington and Saric so yeah, this was a great deal for the Spurs. I think Pop will take Demar's game to new heights.
  19. @King my man I need your thoughts as a Toronto person. Everyone else I need your thoughts as people who watch giant men toss balls into baskets. I think this is a coup for San Antonio
  20. You are referring to pastors (not priests) of some other denomination. The word priest is specific to the Catholic church and the Catholic church does not allow women to become priests. edit: sorry the word priest is also used by the Eastern Church. But the Eastern church also does not allow women to become priests.
  21. The TL;DR version: Everyone in the government (whether reformist or principalist or any other made-up name), as well as most of the people, it does not even cross their minds that there is such a thing as Islamic economics theory. So they haven't "cooked" those ideas. Those ideas are so far from even being put in the oven. So instead we have a mishmash of a bunch of crap. What's become really popular in recent years is Keynesian economics. We all see how that's working out. When Agha a few years ago declared the year of economic (struggle), he knew exactly
  22. I mean they're free to do what they want but I always found it kind of pathetic. Pogba before the match was talking about how he's a proud Frenchman... I can't respect it.
  23. It matters in terms of genetics. No standard Frenchman has the genetics of Pogba or Mbappe.
  24. This wasn't tiki taka. They were actually creating opportunities to score. Dominating possession with sideways passes is very different from consistently creating chances to score. France had two goals in the first half, and ONE shot. (neither of their goals came from that one shot). The first French goal was indefensible because the free kick which created the goal was an obvious dive. The second French goal... I dunno, I would not have rewarded that penalty. It looked like it was probably intentional but it barely even affected the trajectory of the ball. You can't reward a team a
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