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14 minutes ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

I have volunteered in my community.

Yes.

Running events, providing labor to community projects.

Yes, I have. Do you have evidence I didn't?

Sure I can.

Fascism is a far right ultra-nationalist ideology predicated on a mythical past when a particular society (every brand of fascism is different, i.e. Mussolini's Fascism was different from that of Hitler's) was great, but then a crisis occurs and a particular group/minority are scapegoated for the degradation of society. The people are propagandized with a re-written history and a distorted reality. Fascist regimes believe that through the survival of the fittest, strict social order, and authoritarian rule, that a society can return to said mythical greatness. Fascist regimes have a particular disdain for art and intellectuals-especially art that is critical of them and intellectuals that fact check the fascist regime. 

Lets look at Umberto Eco's 14 points of fascism as a reference for describing fascist movements:

 

 

  1. The cult of tradition. “One has only to look at the syllabus of every fascist movement to find the major traditionalist thinkers. The Nazi gnosis was nourished by traditionalist, syncretistic, occult elements.”
  2. The rejection of modernism. “The Enlightenment, the Age of Reason, is seen as the beginning of modern depravity. In this sense Ur-Fascism can be defined as irrationalism.”
  3. The cult of action for action’s sake. “Action being beautiful in itself, it must be taken before, or without, any previous reflection. Thinking is a form of emasculation.”
  4. Disagreement is treason. “The critical spirit makes distinctions, and to distinguish is a sign of modernism. In modern culture the scientific community praises disagreement as a way to improve knowledge.”
  5. Fear of difference. “The first appeal of a fascist or prematurely fascist movement is an appeal against the intruders. Thus Ur-Fascism is racist by definition.”
  6. Appeal to social frustration. “One of the most typical features of the historical fascism was the appeal to a frustrated middle class, a class suffering from an economic crisis or feelings of political humiliation, and frightened by the pressure of lower social groups.”
  7. The obsession with a plot. “Thus at the root of the Ur-Fascist psychology there is the obsession with a plot, possibly an international one. The followers must feel besieged.”
  8. The enemy is both strong and weak. “By a continuous shifting of rhetorical focus, the enemies are at the same time too strong and too weak.”
  9. Pacifism is trafficking with the enemy. “For Ur-Fascism there is no struggle for life but, rather, life is lived for struggle.”
  10. Contempt for the weak. “Elitism is a typical aspect of any reactionary ideology.”
  11. Everybody is educated to become a hero. “In Ur-Fascist ideology, heroism is the norm. This cult of heroism is strictly linked with the cult of death.”
  12. Machismo and weaponry. “Machismo implies both disdain for women and intolerance and condemnation of nonstandard sexual habits, from chastity to homosexuality.”
  13. Selective populism. “There is in our future a TV or Internet populism, in which the emotional response of a selected group of citizens can be presented and accepted as the Voice of the People.”
  14. Ur-Fascism speaks Newspeak. “All the Nazi or Fascist schoolbooks made use of an impoverished vocabulary, and an elementary syntax, in order to limit the instruments for complex and critical reasoning.”

 

Now that you understand what fascism is, you can see clearly that I am not a fascist. It is you that is the fascist.

And not one proper definition.   You are not capable of this debate.  Just a number of supposed traits.

Thanks for the economy, BTW.

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1 hour ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

Thanks! better than a fascist like you!

LOL. . I'm a fscist because I want to protect the unborn and don want kids ' heads to be filled with porn  from freaks like you. Mkay,

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2 minutes ago, RichJ said:

LOL. . I'm a fscist because I want to protect the unborn and don want kids ' heads to be filled with porn  from freaks like you. Mkay,

You care about the unborn more than the living, and no one is filling children's heads with porn. You are delusional.

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1 hour ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

 

Fascism is a far right ultra-nationalist ideology predicated on a mythical past when a particular society (every brand of fascism is different, i.e. Mussolini's Fascism was different from that of Hitler's) was great, but then a crisis occurs and a particular group/minority are scapegoated for the degradation of society. The people are propagandized with a re-written history and a distorted reality. Fascist regimes believe that through the survival of the fittest, strict social order, and authoritarian rule, that a society can return to said mythical greatness. Fascist regimes have a particular disdain for art and intellectuals-especially art that is critical of them and intellectuals that fact check the fascist regime. 

Lets look at Umberto Eco's 14 points of fascism as a reference for describing fascist movements:

 

 

  1. The cult of tradition. “One has only to look at the syllabus of every fascist movement to find the major traditionalist thinkers. The Nazi gnosis was nourished by traditionalist, syncretistic, occult elements.”
  2. The rejection of modernism. “The Enlightenment, the Age of Reason, is seen as the beginning of modern depravity. In this sense Ur-Fascism can be defined as irrationalism.”
  3. The cult of action for action’s sake. “Action being beautiful in itself, it must be taken before, or without, any previous reflection. Thinking is a form of emasculation.”
  4. Disagreement is treason. “The critical spirit makes distinctions, and to distinguish is a sign of modernism. In modern culture the scientific community praises disagreement as a way to improve knowledge.”
  5. Fear of difference. “The first appeal of a fascist or prematurely fascist movement is an appeal against the intruders. Thus Ur-Fascism is racist by definition.”
  6. Appeal to social frustration. “One of the most typical features of the historical fascism was the appeal to a frustrated middle class, a class suffering from an economic crisis or feelings of political humiliation, and frightened by the pressure of lower social groups.”
  7. The obsession with a plot. “Thus at the root of the Ur-Fascist psychology there is the obsession with a plot, possibly an international one. The followers must feel besieged.”
  8. The enemy is both strong and weak. “By a continuous shifting of rhetorical focus, the enemies are at the same time too strong and too weak.”
  9. Pacifism is trafficking with the enemy. “For Ur-Fascism there is no struggle for life but, rather, life is lived for struggle.”
  10. Contempt for the weak. “Elitism is a typical aspect of any reactionary ideology.”
  11. Everybody is educated to become a hero. “In Ur-Fascist ideology, heroism is the norm. This cult of heroism is strictly linked with the cult of death.”
  12. Machismo and weaponry. “Machismo implies both disdain for women and intolerance and condemnation of nonstandard sexual habits, from chastity to homosexuality.”
  13. Selective populism. “There is in our future a TV or Internet populism, in which the emotional response of a selected group of citizens can be presented and accepted as the Voice of the People.”
  14. Ur-Fascism speaks Newspeak. “All the Nazi or Fascist schoolbooks made use of an impoverished vocabulary, and an elementary syntax, in order to limit the instruments for complex and critical reasoning.”

 

Now that you understand what fascism is, you can see clearly that I am not a fascist. It is you that is the fascist.

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Just now, f8ta1ity54 said:

You care about the unborn more than the living, and no one is filling children's heads with porn. You are delusional.

You're so stupid. An uborn baby IS LIVING. Freak. 

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4 hours ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

who in the GOP has been arrested that didn't commit a crime? You haven't demonstrated anything. 

You have no evidence Ray Epps did anything. None of that shit matters.

We literally evidence that Trump:

1. Knew he lost the election

2. Pushed the lie that he won the election

3. tried to pressure Georgia to find more votes (on tape)

4. scammed his supporters with a fake election fund to the tune of $250 million

5. set up fake electors scheme

6. Was involved in setting up the 1/6 riot

Whether the DOJ does anything will be another story...But the evidence is there. You are not willing to acknowledge the reality that trump and many members of the GOP had a plan to circumvent democracy and the peaceful transfer of power. wake up dumbass, you're in a cult.

 

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4 hours ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

What did they do that was illegal? you got NOTHING.

Don’t you remember all those people that went to prison for spying on Trump? Oh wait, that never happened lol

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58 minutes ago, thinwhiteduke said:

All, all elections are stolen. If you think your vote has ever counted. You're a fool

For the first time ever, you’re probably right, Except you spelled but and paid for wrong

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1 hour ago, HipKat said:

Don’t you remember all those people that went to prison for spying on Trump? Oh wait, that never happened lol

The going to prison part definitely never happened. If you're saying the spying never happened in light of the information released over the past couple of years then you're either trolling or beyond hope.

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5 hours ago, SackMan518 said:

The going to prison part definitely never happened. If you're saying the spying never happened in light of the information released over the past couple of years then you're either trolling or beyond hope.

 

Fact-check: Did Obama spy on Trump’s campaign, get caught?

Donald Trump: Says President Barack Obama “spied on my campaign, and got caught!”

PolitiFact’s ruling: False

Here’s why: On night three of the Democratic National Convention, former President Barack Obama charged that President Donald Trump has shown "no interest" in taking his job seriously.

"Donald Trump hasn’t grown into the job because he can’t," Obama said.

As Obama spoke, Trump tweeted.

"He spied on my campaign, and got caught!" Trump wrote Aug. 19.

Trump has often said that Obama had a hand in the FBI’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election. The FBI operation, called Crossfire Hurricane, targeted four men within the Trump campaign orbit, including campaign manager Paul Manafort and national security adviser Michael Flynn.

That FBI investigation itself has been the subject of investigations by the Justice Department and Congress.

Not one found that Obama initiated or meddled in the FBI’s work. Not one concluded that the FBI lacked good reason to launch the investigation.

"There is not a shred of evidence that it was directed by the White House," said Robert Litt, former general counsel for the Director of National Intelligence in the Obama administration.

Highlights from the investigations of the 2016 election

A recent Senate Intelligence Committee report, approved by both Republicans and Democrats, said bluntly that the Russian government interfered with the goal of seeing Trump win. One key Russian tactic was the hack into the Democratic National Committee email server and the release through WikiLeaks of material to embarrass the Hillary Clinton campaign.

"Moscow's intent was to harm the Clinton Campaign, tarnish an expected Clinton presidential administration, help the Trump Campaign after Trump became the presumptive Republican nominee, and undermine the U.S. democratic process," the report said.

The Senate report said that Manafort "sought to secretly share internal campaign information with (Konstantin) Kilimnik." It called Kilimnik "a Russian intelligence officer."

The report also concluded that Trump spoke with political operative Roger Stone (whom he recently pardoned) about Stone’s access to WikiLeaks, something Trump denies ever took place.

 

"Trump and the campaign believed that Roger Stone had known of the release and had inside access to WikiLeaks, and repeatedly communicated with Stone about WikiLeaks throughout the summer and fall of 2016," the report said.

The FBI’s conduct

The Senate did not directly assess the origins of the FBI’s investigation. The Justice Department Inspector General did. The inspector general looked at whether the FBI followed department rules for opening investigations and whether politics had played a role.

"We did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that political bias or improper motivation influenced (the) decision to open Crossfire Hurricane," the Inspector General’s 2019 report said.

The report criticized the FBI and Justice Department for having a low threshold of evidence to trigger a counterintelligence investigation, but given the rules at the time, the facts were sufficient.

"The FBI had an authorized purpose when it opened Crossfire Hurricane to obtain information about, or to protect against, a national security threat or federal crime," the report said.

It cites former FBI director James Comey as saying that he did not brief Obama about the investigation in detail, although Comey did say that the agency was looking at whether any Americans were helping the Russians, and he might have said there were people with "some association or connection to the Trump campaign."

According to the report, the White House did not follow up after that briefing.

The investigation was marred — an FBI lawyer recently pleaded guilty to falsifying the paperwork to justify electronic surveillance. But American University law professor Jennifer Daskal said any missteps were the FBI’s alone.

"By all accounts, President Obama did not — and would not, per at the time well-established protocol — dictate the nuances of the FBI investigation," Daskal said.

The Trump White House pointed to an article on the conservative Federalist website that said during the transition in early 2017, Obama intervened in the FBI’s investigation of national security adviser Flynn’s contacts with a Russian diplomat. According to secondhand notes from someone who wasn’t in the room, in a meeting with Comey, Obama indicated that the FBI "should look at things and have the right people on it."

Spying?

There is no legal definition of spying. The FBI investigated four people with greater or lesser roles in the Trump campaign. One of them, Carter Page, was the subject of electronic surveillance, which rates as highly intrusive in the FBI rule book.

That didn’t happen until October 2016, after Page’s name was already in the news and the Trump campaign said publicly it had no connection with him. And the FBI had tracked Page before Trump announced his White House run.

Litt said the closest the FBI came to spying was in August 2016 when it briefed the Trump campaign on its investigation into Russian interference. Among the briefing team was an FBI agent who went, as the Inspector General’s report noted, because he knew national security adviser Flynn would be there. And Flynn was targeted.

For the rest of it, Litt said there is "no indication that this was anything other than an adequately predicated counterintelligence investigation."

There is one more review in the works. Attorney General William Barr tasked Connecticut’s U.S. Attorney John Durham to dig into the origins of the FBI’s investigation. That report is expected before the election.

Our ruling

Trump said Obama "spied on my campaign, and got caught!"

Multiple independent investigations, including a series of bipartisan Senate reports, found no political influence over the FBI investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election. The FBI targeted four people with greater or lesser roles in the Trump campaign, but conducted that independently of the White House.

We rate this claim False.

 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, HipKat said:

We rate this claim False.

I don't know who wrote this pile of garbage "fact check" but Operation Crossfire Hurricane has been widely reported and factual. Also this "fact check" was written 2 years ago when they'd managed to keep the lid on a lot of the information that has since been made public. You lose again pal.

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4 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

I don't know who wrote this pile of garbage "fact check" but Operation Crossfire Hurricane has been widely reported and factual. Also this "fact check" was written 2 years ago when they'd managed to keep the lid on a lot of the information that has since been made public. You lose again pal.

This fucking guy is a tinfoil hat unamerican Terrorist sympathizer. 

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36 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

I don't know who wrote this pile of garbage "fact check" but Operation Crossfire Hurricane has been widely reported and factual. Also this "fact check" was written 2 years ago when they'd managed to keep the lid on a lot of the information that has since been made public. You lose again pal.

Derrr YoU lOsE aGaIn PaL cUz I sEd So!! 

Saying I'm wrong doesn't make me wrong when have nothing legit - outside of your debunked, bullshit, Right-Wing websites that are known to be piles of shit. 

You need to take a break. Debunking your bullshit is almost as tiring a watching you deflect, change the subject, throw around whatboutisms and do everything you can to keep from accepting facts that work against your bullshit, Trump-loving MAGA-nonsense agenda

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2 minutes ago, HipKat said:

Derrr YoU lOsE aGaIn PaL cUz I sEd So!! 

Saying I'm wrong doesn't make me wrong when have nothing legit - outside of your debunked, bullshit, Right-Wing websites that are known to be piles of shit. 

You need to take a break. Debunking your bullshit is almost as tiring and watching you deflect, change the sunject, throw around whatboutisms and do everything you can to keep from accepting facts that work against your bullshit, Trump-loving MAGA-nonsense agenda

Sure thing pal, I'm recommending that you pop two clonzapems and call me in the morning when the spirit of anger has departed your body.

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37 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

I don't know who wrote this pile of garbage "fact check" but Operation Crossfire Hurricane has been widely reported and factual. Also this "fact check" was written 2 years ago when they'd managed to keep the lid on a lot of the information that has since been made public. You lose again pal.

From YOUR link (Wikipedia, btw??? lol) Tell me the part that's supposed to be rocking my world;

 

Basis of the report[edit]

In July 2016, the Crossfire Hurricane investigation was started by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The investigation looked into whether people associated with the Donald Trump 2016 presidential campaign coordinated with Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections.[3]

On March 18, 2018, Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz announced that his office would initiate a review in response to requests from the Attorney General Jeff Sessions and members of Congress.[5][6] This announcement came in the wake of allegations by conservative politicians of misconduct by the FBI and the United States Department of Justice (DOJ). The Republican Party's Nunes memo alleged that the DOJ and FBI abused the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) in their applications to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) to surveil Carter Page, a former member for the 2016 Trump campaign. The Nunes memo also alleged that it was not disclosed that the Steele dossier used to justify the applications was indirectly funded in part by the Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential campaign, and that the dossier had unconfirmed information.[6][7] President Donald Trump criticized Sessions' decision to have Horowitz lead the review, calling it "DISGRACEFUL" as he labelled Horowitz "an Obama guy".[6]

The report was based on a review of over 1 million Justice Department and FBI documents, as well as 170 interviews of over 100 witnesses.[8]

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) does not have the power to subpoena individuals who are not current employees of the government.[9][10] As such, the investigation were unable to interview Glenn Simpson of the company Fusion GPS, as well as ex-Department of State employee Jonathan Winer, because they denied interview requests by the OIG.[11]

The OIG also does not have the power to prosecute individuals, but is limited to making criminal referrals to the Department of Justice.[12]

Findings[edit]

Origins of Crossfire Hurricane[edit]

The Inspector General stated that the review did not find evidence that "political bias or improper motivation influenced" the opening of the Crossfire Hurricane investigation.[3] It was also determined that the opening of the overall investigation "was in compliance" with policies set by the FBI and the Department of Justice.[13] Likewise, the review did not produce evidence that "political bias or improper motivation influenced the decisions to open the four individual investigations" of George Papadopoulos, Paul Manafort, Michael Flynn and Carter Page, who were either associated or formerly associated with Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign.[14]

The review found that there was an "authorized purpose" and "adequate factual predication" for launching the Crossfire Hurricane investigation.[4][15] It was confirmed that the investigation was opened due to information shared by a foreign government on George Papadopoulos, which indicated that Papadopoulos was aware of Russia's possession and potential release of information damaging to Trump's rival presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.[14][16] Meanwhile, information provided by Christopher Steele was confirmed to have "played no role" in the investigation's opening.[17] The information on Papadopoulos, which "reasonably indicated activity constituting either a federal crime or a threat to national security" may have happened, "was sufficient to predicate the investigation" given the "low threshold" needed to open such an investigation.[16]

FISA applications[edit]

While the review did not find evidence that "political bias or improper motivation influenced the FBI's decision to seek FISA authority on Carter Page", it did find 17 "significant inaccuracies and omissions" in the FBI's four FISA applications made to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to obtain warrants for the surveillance of Page.[2][4] According to the Inspector General, "serious performance failures" reflected badly on "the FBI chain of command's management and supervision" of the FISA processes.[18] The report specifically highlighted the FBI's reliance on information provided by former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele, finding that these reports played a crucial role in justifying surveillance of Page, but that, after gathering information that called Steele's reliability into question, the FBI failed to properly disclose the issues with his reports.[4]

In the FISA applications, there was an omission of information that Carter Page had been an "operational contact" for another government agency from 2008 to 2013, and that Page had reported to the CIA about his communications with Russian intelligence officers.[19][20] This information was provided by the CIA to the FBI in August 2016.[20] Page has since stated that the agency was the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).[19] Instead, the FBI claimed that Page had a "dated" relationship with the CIA in 2007 or earlier.[21] The FBI also labelled a meeting between Page and Russian official(s) as suspicious activity to justify the application, while omitting mention that Page had already disclosed information about the meeting to the American government agency.[22]

In a FISA application, Kevin Clinesmith, a lawyer for the FBI, altered an email from the CIA to say that Page was "not a source" for the CIA, despite the CIA representative stating that Page was a direct source of information to the agency.[20][22][23] As a result, the Department of Justice did not approach the CIA to determine Page's connection to them.[22] On August 14, 2020, Clinesmith pleaded guilty to a felony violation of altering an email used to maintain Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants. He changed an email to omit the fact that Carter Page had a prior operational relationship with the CIA from 2008 to 2013.

The judge at his plea hearing asked Clinesmith if, when he added "and not a source" to the email, that he knew it was "in fact not true". There followed a prolonged, awkward silence. Finally, Clinesmith told the court: "At the time I thought the information I was providing was accurate, but I am agreeing the information I inserted was not originally there, and I inserted the information."[24][25] Judge James Boasberg said that Clinesmith "'likely believed' that the information he inserted into the email was true, and that he was just 'taking an inappropriate shortcut' to save himself some work....[and that] Clinesmith obtained no personal benefit from his actions, and that the Justice Department's inspector general had found no evidence that Clinesmith acted out of political bias."[26]

There was an assertion by the FBI to the court that previous information from Christopher Steele had been "corroborated and used in criminal proceedings", when in actuality, the OIG reported that Steele's reporting "was never used in a criminal proceeding", while a group within the FBI had reviewed Steele's past work as "minimally corroborated".[21][23] Also there was an omission of information that discrepancies between Steele's statements and those of some sources "raised doubts about the reliability"[10] of some of Steele's reporting to the FBI.[21][27]

Use of confidential human sources[edit]

The Inspector General determined that the FBI had "several" confidential sources "with either a connection to candidate Trump or a role in the Trump campaign".[28][29][30] These sources were "not tasked as part of" the Crossfire Hurricane investigation by the FBI, concluded the Inspector General.[28][31] One of these FBI sources "held a position in the Trump campaign", but this source did not inform the FBI about their role until they had left the campaign, according to the Inspector General.[28][30]

The Inspector General wrote that his review "found no evidence that the FBI attempted to place any" FBI source in the Trump campaign.[32][33] The review also "found no evidence" that the FBI had tried to "recruit members of the Trump campaign" to serve as their sources.[33] Finally, the review did not produce evidence that "political bias or improper motivations influenced" the FBI's usage of confidential sources or undercover agents for interactions with members of Trump's campaign.[32]

It also emerged that one of the sources who provided information to the FBI was a Trump supporter, as were the FBI employees handling this source. These FBI employees exchanged pro-Trump and anti-Clinton text messages.[8][33]

Oh wait, I found it:


After the report was released, Attorney General William Barr rejected the report's key conclusion that Crossfire Hurricane was justified.[34] Barr opined that the Crossfire Hurricane investigation was launched "on the thinnest of suspicions that, in my view, were insufficient to justify the steps taken. It is also clear that, from its inception, the evidence produced by the investigation was consistently exculpatory."[4]

 

No, that can't be it. William Barr is not on your list of good guys

 

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3 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

Sure thing pal, I'm recommending that you pop two clonzapems and call me in the morning when the spirit of anger has departed your body.

I'm not angry, I'm researching OpenSuse on another desktop in between debunking your takes

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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

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HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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35 minutes ago, HipKat said:

I'm not angry, I'm researching OpenSuse on another desktop in between debunking your takes

Let me know when you debunk one.

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