>free market is in a constant state of evolutionary flux
innovation in sex toys isn't a great or even mediocre argument against illusion of choice
>You have this sort of locked perception
not at all. in fact, devoting a lot of my time to reading about the history of europeans is what brought me around to stop hating my own race
>If you traveled back in time even 30 years
let's go back to the third reich. i'm sure they wouldn't be surprised (nor would they be impressed) that stupid products like dildos and tengas exist at the advent of their loss. maybe you're the short-sighted one
>ADULTS did not vote for Trump thinking he was going to be some "great white savior"
all those rural voting districts that are hardline republican are actually populated by hardworking nonwhites?
>Maybe if you were someone important
i'm not sure why you think ad hominem attacks are a sufficient rebuttal, especially on an anonymous forum where you aren't supposed to care about the person behind the argument. then again, all you've done this entire conversation was call me a retarded kid without supplementing it with a substantial argument
>it wouldn't be illegal in the majority of states
the majority of states' voting districts are sparsely-populated rural white communities. in the big cities (i.e. where most people live), unless you're blowing smoke directly into an officer's face or the officer has had a shitty day, you aren't going to be arrested over weed
he babysits the large teen demographic of youtube. that's not very influential. he wouldn't even be popular if what he was saying was too far out of line with the stupid worldview pounded into their brains at school. furthermore, it doesn't matter what my opinion is on each person you have mentioned. they are all slightly center-right, which is effectively liberal. even collectively, they aren't making a real impact. even with their limp-wristed protest, they are still victims of censorship
what i said is they aren't anti-establishment, therefore they aren't causing waves. they only discuss a narrow spectrum of pre-approved topics to maintain commercial viability. political commentary isn't something they're passionate about. it's a business to them
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