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White_Phosphorus 3 points ago +3 / -0

They see the problems created by technology and they just decide to ignore all the problems solved by technology.

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White_Phosphorus 7 points ago +7 / -0

There is a contradiction between blanket support of the military and being anti taxation, but not necessarily between memorial day and anti taxation.

There tends to be a lot of overlap between supporting the military as a whole and memorial day to be sure, but it's definitely possible to memorialize those who died in war without supporting war or the military industrial complex. Many people who died in war had literally no choice, they were conscripted. And of course there's a scale there between being conscripted, having little choice of volunteering, and being brainwashed.

I don't have anything against veterans, unless they still haven't realized that the second invasion of Iraq was BS. Or if they think civilians should lick their boots for them doing something they wanted to do on the dime of taxpayers.

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White_Phosphorus 3 points ago +3 / -0

I don't care.

"Wow identity politics are cringe, stupid leftoids."

"Black person says x!"

Anyone with a brain already knows Antifa is bad, I don't need a black person to say that to justify my opinion.

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White_Phosphorus 3 points ago +3 / -0

But the Biden supporters and corporate press told me that Biden was pulling out of Afghanistan, who could have predicted this?

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White_Phosphorus 1 point ago +1 / -0

Because McDonalds has a quid pro quo with Taylor. Theres a contract document that allows Taylor to to profit and scratch corporates back,

That's mere conjecture, but maybe its possible.

Price fixing and monopolistic contracts are bad for the private sector, as well as the franchise owners and the general public

What do you propose then? Banning franchise agreements?

If I were a franchise owner, Id be pissed off that I wasn't given informed consent on this problem that clearly exists to benefit a few at the expense of others.

If you were a franchise owner you would have signed an agreement with McDonalds corporate that says you must do things their way. That's the cost of being a franchisee instead of an independent business.

Frankly I don't care that much about the woes of a Mcdonalds franchisees ice cream machine. They are adults and they signed the contract. They aren't going to starve to death because their ice cream machine breaks a lot. If its that bad they could have opened a Wendys. Kind of like you could go to a Wendys to get a frostee instead of McDonalds.

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White_Phosphorus 1 point ago +1 / -0

They don't know about the problems until later.

Who is they, McDonalds corporate or the franchisees?

Did you listen to the whole thing?

Are you serious? If you had actually even read my top level comment you would know the answer. Here's a hint: "26:00 to the end ."

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White_Phosphorus 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's how tightly controlled franchises work. They knew couldn't buy non corporate approved products when they bought a franchise and signed the agreement.

while Taylor and McDonalds profit off of red tape and buraucracy.

Please try to explain how McDonalds corporate profits from their franchises losing revenue and having to pay techs.

while McDonalds Corporate isn't on the hook for any of it.

You do realize that McDonalds corporate takes a percentage of a franchises sales?

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White_Phosphorus 1 point ago +1 / -0

Businesses trying to make money is not anti free market just because you don't like the way they do it, but that's not even ostensibly what's going on here. According to this guy one corporation, Taylor, is fleecing another corporation, McDonalds, and McDonalds is complicit in this even though he presented no reason why this would benefit them whatsoever. Maybe there is some convoluted way that McDonalds corporate benefits, but he never even attempted to figure out how. Instead he chalked it up to "old relationships." Which is incredibly flimsy because corporations have business relationships, not personal relationships where people are content to be leached on.

The only way this makes any sense as presented is if Taylor is somehow the only company able to make ice cream machines in the world and the person in charge just hates McDonalds for some reason.

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White_Phosphorus 2 points ago +2 / -0

What "anti free market" activities were even going on in this video? Makes no sense. Does McDonalds just really like paying Taylor more money than they should for ice cream machines for no particular reason? And I felt like I was having a stroke from 26:00 to the end when he just keeps repeating the same thing in a poor effort to make the viewer think he actually came to an impactful conclusion.

"It's because there's an old relationship between between two old companies that don't want things to change." Great detective work there, McDonalds is known for wasting money and never adopting new technology like digital ordering machines to replace employees. This narrative just makes no sense.

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White_Phosphorus 3 points ago +3 / -0

Ha he really reported your comments like I'm going to remove someone calling him a faggot

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White_Phosphorus 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't really think that's a tinfoil hat conspiracy at this point.

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White_Phosphorus 7 points ago +11 / -4

I appreciate their criticisms of woke culture but last time I was there they were just blaming everything on the jews

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White_Phosphorus 1 point ago +1 / -0

Would you call the holy roman empire a religion

And what's the relationship between the holy roman empire and catholicism that they are both religions?

Great work bud you managed to nearly answer your own questions. Kings explicitly ruled by divine right. Which is mentioned in the video. The relationship between the state and religion had evolved over time.

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White_Phosphorus 1 point ago +1 / -0

If you copy this post I'll sticky it.

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White_Phosphorus 3 points ago +3 / -0

So did you become based in the past two weeks or are you still gay for Mussolini?

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White_Phosphorus 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ok, you posted this shit to bestgunnit too. You're about to get the banhammer if you don't explain how this isn't spamming.

Posting another irrelevant article to all the win sites didn't help your case.

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White_Phosphorus 2 points ago +2 / -0

What subs are you referring to?

The mod already plugged this site on reddit, but stickied mod posts don't typically get a lot of attention. And getting people to move to a new site is almost impossible because there isn't a lot of content because there aren't that many users, because there isn't a lot of content.

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White_Phosphorus 0 points ago +1 / -1

Kinda lame to beg for upvotes on a topic that is not super relevant, especially when the groomer was already fired from reddit.

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White_Phosphorus 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know but I might be able to get back to you on that in a few days. Do you already know what type of cardstock it's printed on?

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White_Phosphorus 2 points ago +2 / -0

The definition of slavery is not "selling another person" so no.

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White_Phosphorus 2 points ago +2 / -0

There isn't a fundamental difference between signing a contract to be paid somewhere above $0.01 and signing a contract to be paid 0. Someone could conceivably sell themself into slavery voluntarily. I don't know why they would want to, but it doesn't have to be illegal.

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