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    Ever sat in the front few rows close to the screen? You look up and your neck gets cramped.

    This is how biases and narratives work. Well loosely stated. But I trust you to get the gist of what I am saying.

    Sit way back, or anywhere that is optimal. That's what being an independent is like. You might be a lefty or a righty or whatever, but always sit back and look at the bigger picture. Do not swallow bullshit narratives.

    If you are too far away, you might need a binoculars or a telescope.
    THAT IS AN ASTUTE OBSERVATION I EXPECT FROM YOU.
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    Science does not use supporting evidence. It only uses conflicting evidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AProudLefty View Post

    Ever sat in the front few rows close to the screen? You look up and your neck gets cramped.

    This is how biases and narratives work. Well loosely stated. But I trust you to get the gist of what I am saying.

    Sit way back, or anywhere that is optimal. That's what being an independent is like. You might be a lefty or a righty or whatever, but always sit back and look at the bigger picture. Do not swallow bullshit narratives.

    If you are too far away, you might need a binoculars or a telescope.
    STOP trying to tell people where to sit in a Movie theater you Fascist Pig!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    STOP trying to tell people where to sit in a Movie theater you Fascist Pig!
    Apparently the Fascist Pig wasn't far away enough.

    THAT IS AN ASTUTE OBSERVATION I EXPECT FROM YOU.
    Yo so ugly yo momma tied meats around your neck so you can pet the dogs but it turned the dogs into liberal veggies.
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    Science does not use supporting evidence. It only uses conflicting evidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AProudLefty View Post

    Ever sat in the front few rows close to the screen? You look up and your neck gets cramped.

    This is how biases and narratives work. Well loosely stated. But I trust you to get the gist of what I am saying.

    Sit way back, or anywhere that is optimal. That's what being an independent is like. You might be a lefty or a righty or whatever, but always sit back and look at the bigger picture. Do not swallow bullshit narratives.

    If you are too far away, you might need a binoculars or a telescope.
    Front row = keeping any fat heads out of your line of vision Haven't been to a theater in decades that I recall. General Politics???
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Jeffrey Spetch View Post
    Front row = keeping any fat heads out of your line of vision Haven't been to a theater in decades that I recall. General Politics???
    Yes. Listening or watching too closely to one side or another is General Politics.

    People are pretty easy to manipulate.
    THAT IS AN ASTUTE OBSERVATION I EXPECT FROM YOU.
    Yo so ugly yo momma tied meats around your neck so you can pet the dogs but it turned the dogs into liberal veggies.
    Quote Originally Posted by Into the Night View Post
    Science does not use supporting evidence. It only uses conflicting evidence.

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