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mograyback
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re: What will the political landscape look like in 100 years?


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So we'd live in a society that denies, or actively tries to change, basic biological facts?

There will have to be massive government oppression for that to happen.


I think you'd be mighty interested to find out just how much they're already genetically altering things on this earth.






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boosiebadazz
Member since Feb 2008
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re: What will the political landscape look like in 100 years?


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mograyback


i wish you were around during the ColinWilliams days

you and he are kindred spirits, but he wasn't as pretentious as you are

but i would have loved to read the cocka mamey bull shite you two could have come up with



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Jax-Tiger
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re: What will the political landscape look like in 100 years?


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There will be an equal amount of gays, bisexuals, and straights, and there will be a ceremony when a kid turns a certain age similar to a Jewish bar mitzvah where the kid decides if he/she is going to live life as a gay, a straight, or a bisexual.


So if I'm in line and the guy in front of me at the ceremony chooses straight, do I have to choose one of the other two, just to keep things equal?






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TrueTiger
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I'm thinking the U.S. as broken up into 4 or 5 regional countries with each one struggling. None of them want to be associated with Washington D.C. and its toxic debt.

So, when collectors from China show up they all say, "not my problem", "go talk to those people in that little diamond shaped country next to Maryland."






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LegalTiger
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Member since Nov 2006
1098 posts

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Wait a second. I thought Obama was the anti-christ? Now it's just "pre anti-christ" days we are living in? Which is it? Why do you "bible believers" keep moving the goalposts??





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Geraldo Rivera
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Austin
Member since Aug 2011
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re: What will the political landscape look like in 100 years?


Democrats and Republicans will be disbanded and some other parties will emerge. All I got.





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