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1  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Opinion of Hamilton on: Today at 10:07:18 pm
Einzige is merely a big mouth, nothing more. Bushie is so lacking in self-awareness that his actions lack any type of malicious intent. Hamilton on the other hand is exactly the type of person who would bully someone driving them to suicide in high school and then think that's hilarious and be proud of it.

I haven't been following this at all, but have to ask now: what did this guy actually do (other than making sock accounts)?

The big one is that when one poster made a thread about his friend committing suicide, he mocked and attacked the OP in that very thread. That's kind of all that needs to be said.

But it was far from the only thing he did. For starters he still liked to insult people with words like "faggot", he called me one multiple times, which shows at best extreme immaturity. However his harassment of some gay posters he disliked with it gives me the impression he might've been intentionally trying to provoke triggers. He also liked to not just generally troll, but provoke and target people for harassment, a good example is that he liked to pick pretty mundane polls I had made far in the past, and just repost them word for word. But arguably the worst of his consistent behavior was that he frequently dug up info about people from off the forum, used it to harass some posters and blackmail some of his Atlasia opponents. I've never paid too much attention to Atlasia, but I understand that's where the worst of his behavior was, he had a real obsession with it and couldn't stand losing, and this is likely the whole reason he created the Napoleon persona.

Others probably have more details, but I think it's important to emphasize, that he was not simply someone who trolled and was disruptive.
2  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Opinion of Hamilton on: Today at 09:54:59 pm
The worst Atlas poster of all time. Hands down.
I wouldn't go that far, but he's probably the worst human being to join Atlas.

Let's be honest, that goes to either Einzige or Bushie.

Einzige is merely a big mouth, nothing more. Bushie is so lacking in self-awareness that his actions lack any type of malicious intent. Hamilton on the other hand is exactly the type of person who would bully someone driving them to suicide in high school and then think that's hilarious and be proud of it.

Einzige had a (quickly-deleted) thread where he joked about tracking down a high school classmate with a "mighty heroin addiction" and paying her for sex.

Ah yeah I completely forgot about that. However Hamilton strikes me as likely to do even worse things.

Bushie is a serial liar who manipulates and takes advantage of everyone around him.

True. So is Hamilton.
3  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: How to Decide if a Poster is HP on: Today at 09:51:21 pm
We have one poster who contributes quite a bit to elections discussion and has definitely made valuable contributions, but has also said some very disturbing things about rape, plus lots of comments with implied racism and anti-Semitism. By this standard he's a FF. Yes, flawed standard.

And DC: I don't think you considered opebo a FF. He passes both tests.
4  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Opinion of Hamilton on: Today at 07:52:39 pm
Even if "Napoleon" was the nicest poster in forum history it doesn't matter, plenty of sociopaths have operated under charming false personas.
5  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Napoleon Memorial Thread #RIP on: Today at 07:50:50 pm
You all realize the person behind Napoleon doesn't exist, right? It was a false persona. That "person" doesn't exist and never has, so you aren't losing a friend, unless you want to be friends with Kyle, and if so, good luck with that.

This. "Napoleon" does not exist. So in a sense you have kind of lost a friend but the anger should be at the manipulative sick mind who did that to you by creating the false friend.
6  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Arizona redistricting goes to Supreme Court on: Today at 05:15:48 pm
What Torie is missing is that Arizona has one of the biggest, if not the biggest, differiention in turnout between Democratic and Republican areas. In 2004 and 2008 (and likely 2012 as well but I didn't check), Ed Pastor's district had the interesting distinction of being simultaneously both the most Democratic and least Democratic district in the state depending on measure, it gave Kerry and Obama the highest percentage of the vote of all districts, but also had the lowest number of raw votes for them than any district in the state. And the other Democratic seats, though not to this extreme, have the same issue, so they will always provide less votes toward the Democratic statewide numbers. This may not be fair, but hey plenty of things about FPTP aren't.

And the Massachusetts analogy is flawed. Massachusetts is a state where the Republicans are shut out not by the state being so Democratic per se, but rather that it lacks any real Republican strongholds and the Republican voting enclaves are spread out and easily overwhelmed by any maps, mostly due to the fact that you can't go too far from an urban area in the state before you reach another urban area, thus preventing the growth of traditionally Republican exurbs. Obviously the existence of the Berkshire region and New Hampshire (which is basically where all the Republican exurbs in the Boston metro go) play a role in this as well. But Hennepin County is about as Democratic as Massachusetts, has 7 county commissioner districts, and if it had partisan elections for that would have one safely Republican district, and one probably at least Republican leaning district. If Massachusetts had 7 districts Republicans would be even more shut out than they are now. Concentration matters more.

That said, I'd be surprised if the Supreme Court strikes this down, and a 9-0 decision upholding the map would not surprise me. As noted it's not really a partisan issue and the precedent set is something I don't see any justice on the court wishing to usher in.
7  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Opinion of Hamilton on: Today at 05:08:35 pm
The worst Atlas poster of all time. Hands down.
I wouldn't go that far, but he's probably the worst human being to join Atlas.

Let's be honest, that goes to either Einzige or Bushie.

Einzige is merely a big mouth, nothing more. Bushie is so lacking in self-awareness that his actions lack any type of malicious intent. Hamilton on the other hand is exactly the type of person who would bully someone driving them to suicide in high school and then think that's hilarious and be proud of it.
8  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Opinion of Hamilton on: Today at 11:35:54 am
The worst Atlas poster of all time. Hands down.
9  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Just when I thought Cuomo couldn't stoop any lower... on: Today at 11:24:29 am
Why not wait and see before making the decision? Also as noted the subway is not buses.
10  General Discussion / Religion & Philosophy / Re: How can anyone be sure their religion is correct? on: Today at 11:20:59 am
Plus I know tons of people born into Catholic families in a Christian country who aren't Catholic today. Hell my Congressman was and he's a Muslim.
11  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / International Elections / Re: Italy 2014-2015: Brace Yourselves, the Presidential Election is Coming on: Today at 11:04:43 am
That new system is weird but could be a lot worse I guess.

Greece's bonus isn't something I'm a huge fan of either but without it they'd never get any real results. I don't think most countries need a bonus, Germany and Netherlands do OK. Greece and Italy probably do. The worst example of pure PR with no attempts to rectify it though is clearly Israel.
12  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Opinion of seatown on: Today at 09:38:02 am
I'd rather take Supreme Court banning gay marriage and a Republican in 2016. There might be some progress after that on the horizon.
13  Forum Community / Forum Community / Would you be happy if Andrew Cuomo was indicted? on: Today at 09:35:22 am
Yes. That's the sort of thing that deserves a celebration shot.
14  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Just when I thought Cuomo couldn't stoop any lower... on: Today at 09:34:35 am
I'm hoping he gets indicted and convicted.
15  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Update XX: A Darn Good Judge of My Financial Situation on: Today at 09:29:43 am
It's amazing how walking 30 minutes a day is so much to ask for from Bushie. Especially as he's unemployed now, and living in a city.

Seriously Bushie can do this without even changing his lifestyle that much. Wake up, do a job app or two, watch some college football, go walk for 15 minutes, take a nap, watch some more TV, walk another 15 minutes, and then do whatever you want for the rest of the day. Bushie's previous excuses was that he was "too busy" because he was working (never mind that he was averaging far less than 8 hours a day), and that he lived with his grandmother in an area too rural so he'd have to drive to the city to do any walking, regardless of how much truth there is to either one, neither one applies anymore.
16  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: The Oldiesfreak Theatre of Absurdity, Ignorance, and Bad Posts V on: Today at 09:21:33 am
I know people that would rather pay the fine than go through the crap that is filing through the site. We can't force people to buy anything. Why should it be required if people don't want it?
17  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: The Lief Reservoir of Simple Truths and Smart One-Liners on: Today at 09:18:24 am
No. No. Just no. If there is one single poster in the forum's entire history who should be kept away from it forever, it's Hamilton.
18  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Just when I thought Cuomo couldn't stoop any lower... on: Today at 01:39:27 am
Well at least this makes him look like a fool and isn't giving him positive PR. He clearly didn't think it through either.

And sheesh 8 inches? We still run our BUSES at well over that. The one blizzard this century that had the busses pulled was 29 inches.
19  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Which would you rather have your son do? on: Today at 01:15:23 am
"Both" would be preferable to him just being a run of the mill member of ISIS.  I wish all the ISIS fighters were more like Bushie, as it would greatly improve the situation in Iraq and Syria.

all the ISIS fighters like Bushie...that's a Family Guy gag just waiting to happen.
20  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: The Lief Reservoir of Simple Truths and Smart One-Liners on: Today at 01:14:53 am
Cross posted with the Funny thread, because while it made me literally LOL I don't think anyone would disagree with it:

"Both" would be preferable to him just being a run of the mill member of ISIS.  I wish all the ISIS fighters were more like Bushie, as it would greatly improve the situation in Iraq and Syria.
21  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: The Joe Republic Bureau of Funny Post Archival on: Today at 01:14:12 am
"Both" would be preferable to him just being a run of the mill member of ISIS.  I wish all the ISIS fighters were more like Bushie, as it would greatly improve the situation in Iraq and Syria.
22  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Update XX: A Darn Good Judge of My Financial Situation on: Today at 01:10:11 am
You know, one interesting wrinkle in Bushie's theology is that by its standards, LGBT Christians are perfectly OK. I mean, even if you consider their actions and lifestyle to be sinful, they believe in Jesus, so they are just as saved as everyone else who does. But most who adhere to that utterly simplified and perverted form of sola gratia would not believe that, (although to be fair, there are people that do, I know it's pretty common amongst "liberal conservative evangelicals" or to be more clear, if you split conservative evangelicals in half the ones who would sit on the less conservative and thus relatively liberal half, similar to "right communists")

However please keep in mind that like most things, Bushie's theological understandings are:

1-extremely limited
2-twisted by him to suit his needs and justify his lifestyle whenever possible.
23  Forum Community / Forum Community / Opinion of seatown on: Today at 12:55:54 am
The ONE good thing about opebo's banning was the ridding of him as well. It obviously doesn't make up for the others lost (opebo and Lewis both being easy top 5 posters), but still, one of the worst posters in Atlas history.
24  Questions and Answers / The Atlas / Re: Recent bans on: Today at 12:43:23 am
If I changed my display name to WhitePowerKKK, will I get banned? May I do that?

Please don't because: 1-it would be dumb and 2-if you got banned it'd make a lot of undeserving people happy. That you're still around is something I'll always derive amusement from.
25  Forum Community / Forum Community Election Match-ups / Bushie vs. Peter Griffin on: Today at 12:16:56 am
One of these is a morbidly obese man who has the worst possible judgment in all situations. He is completely incapable of learning from his mistakes, consistently makes the worst possible choice in every possible scenario, and is a deranged manchild completely lacking in maturity who has no understanding whatsoever of how his actions affect others and the negative impact he has in general.

The other is a cartoon character.
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