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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: Yesterday at 11:14:14 PM »
“Many times it becomes a deportable offense if you’ve been convicted of even a minor ordinance violation that’s punishable by a year in jail,” said (((Mark Silverstein))), legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado.

OY VEYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.9news.com/news/crime/certain-crimes-will-now-have-lighter-sentences-in-denver/442367895


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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: Yesterday at 11:08:51 PM »
Here's what we've lost sight of regarding immigration in all this. It's supposed to benefit the country that is accepting the immigrants.  In the more recent past, that has been stretched to include the rescue of some few refugees who wouldn't really be expected to be of benefit to the country - at least not right away.

Immigration is not supposed to change the society or the culture, the immigrants are supposed to assimilate.
  To join us and provide needed skills and labor.  Not live on handouts.  Not set up replica communities of their home culture.  Not build criminal gangs.  And certainly not attack their newly adopted country from within.  When those things happen, it's a signal immigration policy is off course.

We can either preserve our society and culture and hand it down to the next generation, or we can be eclipsed and hand down something quite foreign, less democratic, and less free.  There are examples of where this has happened throughout history in every corner of the globe, but it doesn't need to happen here - on our watch. 

The America haters want this and have made their decision, the rest of us need to made ours.

Well now we are passing laws to let them shit piss and whore in the streets because if we don't it's racist.

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Denver Decriminalizes Public Defecation To Protect Illegal Aliens

Denver Colorado is about to smell worse than piss-soaked shit-stained San Francisco. The city voted to essentially decriminalize public urination and defecation and the reason is as liberal as it gets. The city is now becoming a giant toilet to help protect illegal aliens from deportation. Denver is not only a sanctuary city for criminal immigrant scumbags but also now a sanctuary for human waste.

9 News reports that the Denver City Council voted to lessen the penalties for certain crimes including pissing, shitting, and whoring in public. Under the old law, these offenses were punishable by up to a year in jail and a $1000 fine. Under the new law, these disgusting acts will carry no fine whatsoever.

https://downtrend.com/71superb/denver-decriminalizes-public-defecation-to-protect-illegal-aliens

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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: Yesterday at 05:09:25 PM »
You can't count in plural. Your ambition exceeds ability.

baka pud is still being an anaru


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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 23, 2017, 01:30:44 PM »
This is literally the epitome of British men in a nutshell.

Calling for someone to be thrown in jail for what she said.....

I completely understand why the UK is such fertile ground for the arabs and africans to take hold there, they literally have no opposition as the men are calling for the women to be jailed for speaking out asking for help.

Hard times create strong men.
Strong men create good times.
Good times create weak men.
Weak men create hard times.

                     -Ariana Grande


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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 22, 2017, 11:23:00 PM »
http://www.tmz.com/2017/05/22/ariana-grande-suspends-world-tour-bombing-terrorism/

Yeah, things probably wouldn't have gone much better there either.

They have to finish scraping all the kids off the walls and ceiling. Then she will be on talk shows crying and having a serious talk about how not all Muslims are terrorists. And how fighting age male refugees are her biggest fans so we need to import more of them.

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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 22, 2017, 11:14:17 PM »
I used to think Savage went a little overboard in saying Liberalism is a mental disorder.  Not any more.

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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 22, 2017, 10:58:33 PM »

Oh, brilliant.

/fix'd


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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 22, 2017, 10:47:55 PM »
Apparently you can learn a lot about a bomber from the bomb itself - certain construction methods are indicative of a specific source. Even if they weren't able to find out who the guy actually is, remnants of the bomb itself should have clues.

99.9% chance his name was Mohammad


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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 22, 2017, 10:32:13 PM »

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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 22, 2017, 10:16:37 PM »
Fuck off and die cunt. No really. Die.

you're not you when you're hungry, stop being tsundere and have a Snickers senpai


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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 22, 2017, 10:05:05 PM »
She's an 11 out of 10. Personality -100.



I wouldn't deport her for eating tacos in bed, if ya know what i mean.


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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 22, 2017, 08:06:57 PM »
You too. You're just as bad as the terrorists who gloat. No difference. Explain how guns would help? You fucking brain dead cunt.

ALLAHU AKBAR!

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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 22, 2017, 08:02:13 PM »
Go and fuck your ass with a fucking red hot ingot you vile pile of fucking gloating shit. Just die okay? Now.


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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 22, 2017, 07:15:38 PM »
Reports now are the wounds are consistent with a nail bomb, or possibly a suicide bomb.  At least two bomb squads are on the scene.  A dash cam outside captured the sound. Sky News says 19-dead.

Good thing they banned guns desu~

Brittan YES!




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Politics / Re: OMG, Arians Grande bombed in UK
« on: May 22, 2017, 07:07:15 PM »
>be British
>die from a balloon popping


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Random Topics / Re: The BellGab "New Member" Meet and Greet!
« on: May 22, 2017, 01:34:28 AM »
Hello All,

"Thank you for taking my call (...)". haha!

After lurking for several months I decided to create an account.

I originally visited bellgab to view comments about radio show hosts and guests.
Just wanted to see what others were saying around the current events of shows and postings.
Did I find what I was looking for? Not really, as I didn't know exactly what I was looking for. Just opinion I think. I did discover, again,  that there is mostly no one answer for anything about anything.

Coast to Coast hosts-
Art Bell: I didn't discover Art until I talked with a neighbor friend about four years ago who turned me on to CTC. I missed out on his broadcasting heyday. Interesting man to say the least.

CTC: I have an account that I use to listen to streaming when I have the opportunity.  Jorch is definitely a bit over-the-top for with his capitalistic ways and i know you all know what I mean. I wonder about his sincerity as the CTC host because of what he promotes. But, on the other hand, I do have a certain amount of respect for a man trying to make a living the best that they can with what they have.

JBW: I really enjoyed his broadcasts on CTC and then poof, he was gone. I do listen to CTM.

Richard Syrett: I've come to enjoy Richard when he's piloting the show. Sounds sincere enough for me. And, IMO, a good interviewer too.

George Knapp: Hard not to love George Knapp. I always enjoy his reporting and take on things.

Connie Willis: Her fill-in, May 20, 2017, from what I did listen to was interesting. In the past I would just turn CTC off when she hosted, but, she's starting to become more listen-able to me.

Jimmy Church: Hard to pin down if I dislike him (I don't know him, so that's hard to say) or just his style.

BellGab: Great board IMO. Thanks for being here. I am glad there is a sane forum out there for all things "weird".

What is of interest to me today:
Linda Moulton-Howe: I enjoy her reporting, although I do have to admit that I've listened to so many of her reports that I'm a little burnt out. The cattle/animal mutilation thing is irking me mostly from Steven Greer's claims that they are Shadow Government/Cabal events and are behind cattle mutilations and abductions to create fear. I was sold on the alien theory as presented by Linda. And now, whatever.

Dr. Steven Greer: I have watched "Undisclosed" and several of his videos. He has some very compelling "evidence", interviews and testimonials from the "Disclosure Project", and his contact outings that make for interesting thoughts.

Steven Quayle: When I fist heard Quayle, I thought he was absolutely nuts. Non-stop jabber about things I had never thought about. Now, I'm not so sure. I keep an open mind.

others: What can I say. There's so much out there now.

About EBEN, ET's, other non-earthbound life forms: I don't know. I've have not encountered anything that was not immediately mostly explainable.

Unexplained craft 1: In the summer of 1973, in the evening, about 10pm I witnessed a "craft" that looked like the ball end of a mace (a flail) in Vermont. It was huge, unlit, had spikes protruding from the ball. It was traveling very slowly across the tops of pine trees. It was too far away (a mile or so) for me to follow. I have to say that this was a very unusual experience. I was hanging out with a friend and two of his friends at a cabin in Vermont. We had a few beers, I went outside to relieve myself and get some air. I decided that saying anything was not a gret idea and just kept it to myself.

Unexplained craft 2: Two years ago, on July 4, 2015, in the early evening I witnessed a craft hovering in my neighborhood about 300 feet up, just hovering. It had extremely bright red and green lights that obscured whatever it was that they were attached to. I ran into our house, got my partner out to see it too. We watched for several minutes and then it shot out at a tremendous speed to the south. I'd like to say it was a personal drone, but I'm not so sure.

New technology: If it's truly there, I want it in use now. Free energy and all that.

I keep waiting for something really definitive to happen. Used to be waiting for the "dirty bomb" headline. Today, it's wondering about disclosure and impeachment. Rhetorically: And now I wonder what happens after disclosure? Life is mostly the same, right? Just some verified information about what some of us think is the "truth".

Certainly not a discussion for this thread, but what's up with that X-37B space plane? Support personnel in full haz-mat suits after touchdown? To protect against xenon, hypergolic nitrogen tetroxide / hydrazine (diazane) fuel vapor?

I'm an older guy now, and have too many questions about too many things, too many loose ends. Life isn't simple.

That's some of my story and I'm sticking to it.

Alphalpha
tl;dr

welcome to bellgab, what do you think of Art Bells tits?


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Politics / Re: Guns
« on: May 21, 2017, 10:31:43 PM »





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Politics / Re: President Donald J. Trump
« on: May 21, 2017, 09:37:02 PM »
LOL! The mainstream media is so very threatened by YouTube that they'll even go after a guy like Pewdipie and call him a Nazi. The only Nazis that guy's ever had contact with are the ones he's killed in video games. You're such a useless tool!  ;D

pewdiepie dindu nuffin


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Random Topics / Re: Anyone else in love with a vocaloid?
« on: May 18, 2017, 01:54:06 AM »
Great driving music desu~




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Random Topics / Re: Interesting Used Cars
« on: May 17, 2017, 11:31:59 PM »
Laugh at me and call me a cuck but i really would like to have a Suzuki X-90



Then put a Mazda turbo rotary engine in it and some toyota axles and hit the trails.




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Technology / Re: Halp! Dell laptop not charging
« on: May 17, 2017, 11:23:46 PM »
You can add any OS to these also...


Or this




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Random Topics / Re: Interesting Used Cars
« on: May 17, 2017, 11:10:45 PM »
These early '90s Japanese cars have really shot up. I feel like just 5 years ago you could pick up a '91 NSX for under $30k. They're going for like 70 now.

thats crazy, I had a 89 supra with the 7M-GTE that ended up developing rod knock and i thought about doing a 2JZ swap. But i don't have enough time to maintain my fleet of vehicles so i sold it. I would like to have another Supra again like a MK2 with a 2JZ-GTE swap


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Random Topics / Re: Interesting Used Cars
« on: May 17, 2017, 10:45:13 PM »
If i had the money i would buy this supra and send it

https://www.carsforsale.com/vehicle/details/29926360



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Technology / Re: Halp! Dell laptop not charging
« on: May 17, 2017, 09:59:17 PM »
Also check the Dell website and ensure your BIOS/uEFI is at the latest level.

However, if you brick your lapper while doing the update, I don't know you.    ;)

I tried that and it did not work. I am pretty sure it's the jack on the side at this point looks like im going to have to take it completely apart to fix it according to the youtube vid i just watched.

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Technology / Re: Halp! Dell laptop not charging
« on: May 17, 2017, 08:59:43 PM »
Stupid question (only because I just dealt with something similar at work,) when you have the charger plugged in, you can use the laptop without draining the battery (eg: the charger provides power to the computer but will not charge?)

If so, I can look up the fix again (it's been a month and a half, and I already forget the steps...)

Yeah you can use the computer it just runs slower and will not charge the battery. Apparently the power supply sends a signal through a pin that the computer has to recognize for it to charge the battery. Some guy said he blew his out with air and it worked fine. Others have had to replace power supply's and jacks (on older models that had to be soldered onto the board, mine just plugs in). This computers about a year old and has had a pretty easy life not sure if the jack wiggle is normal though.

The pin that sends a signal looks good its not bent and the wires seem to all be in good shape.

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Technology / Halp! Dell laptop not charging
« on: May 17, 2017, 08:34:51 PM »
I have this Dell Inspiron 15 3558 laptop and it will not charge the battery. The power cable is all Dell stuff but it says

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The AC power adapter type cannot be determined

Your system will operate slower and battery will not charge. This problem might be solved by:

Ensure the plug is inserted completely for best system operation.

Connect a Dell 45W AC adapter or higher.

Can a bad jack make it not charge the battery? The plug wiggles around a bit but don't appear to be broken. If i am going to start throwing money at this POS to get it to work again i think i will start by replacing the jack since it cheap and does have some wiggle to it.

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habeeb it


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