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Shane replied to Sir's discussion Polarization, "violent rhetoric" in the group The Great Debate
"SCOTUS just ruled hate speech doesn't exist. That being said, while you do have a right to free speech. You also have a right to be silent. Try saying less."
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Charles Dodd replied to Sir's discussion Polarization, "violent rhetoric" in the group The Great Debate
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Longarm replied to Braeden 2.0's discussion The Horror of Day to Day Life
"When you smell a fart or if your bathroom smells like poop, in reality you are ingesting poop particles.  So your toothbrush, towels, washcloths are all covered your or other people's fecal matter."
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Charles Dodd replied to Sir's discussion Polarization, "violent rhetoric" in the group The Great Debate
"An example of how messy free speech can get: The civil rights movement lasted a decade or more. Here's the record from one particularly bad year (from Wikipedia):  "
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Nick H replied to Lumberjoe's discussion Some People Dislike The New LGBTQ(etc.) Pride Flag Because Racism in the group The Great Debate
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"Funny thing about public art though. Context changes over time anyway."
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