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TonyKojima 1 month ago#21
PeteyParker posted...
This. The swearing thing was apparently some s*** he did in the 90s but he has extremely bad ideas on almost everything. Not even focusing on his support of The Big Lie, he wants to take the Des***head approach to handling COVID (meaning absolutely no protective measures). f*** this guy.
He was also present at the Jan 6th insurrection.
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ForsakenHermit 1 month ago#22
brestugo posted...
+1

Fuhgeddaboudit muthaf***a. Not for nothing it ain't gonna happen and s***.

Went to grad school in Providence
They'd also call him a son of whoure.
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thegreatsquare 1 month ago#23
NJ could probably fund the whole state with just a swear jar.
If 261-politics existed in the 1950s, it's likely that at some point they would've modded the pro-desegregation and pro-interracial marriage posts as offensive
PeteyParker 1 month ago#24
TonyKojima posted...
He was also present at the Jan 6th insurrection.

Was he? I was under the impression that he attended multiple “Stop The Steal” rallies, not that he was actually in DC on 1/6.
"How can.. the Prime minister.. support a law.. that makes it illegal for people.. who....What I'm trying to say is.. Oasis rules!"
ninjaman44 1 month ago#25
Cursing is an art form here in NJ. It's how we express ourselves.
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