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10 hours ago, BarryLaverty said:

Yay! Justified murder of a protester, because it's for a cause not agreed upon by 'conservatives'. Sure, having a gun out should be grounds for being shot, right? 

Literally pointing a gun at him and your mad he got shot?

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33 minutes ago, Youngcoach123 said:

Literally pointing a gun at him and your mad he got shot?

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Interesting choice to believe. Internet mockup or actual court testimony? Am I shocked you dove for the first one? 

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24 minutes ago, BarryLaverty said:

Evidence that the shooter had a rage on for BLM protesters for @Monte1076? Corny catchphrase to the rescue! 

The shooter and victim were both white. I'm not surprised "racist" is your go-to.

Aside from that, you do realize that Perry was driving for Uber that evening and was just trying to get through the crowd, who surrounded his car, right?

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-69013312

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23 hours ago, BarryLaverty said:

Spoken like a true bot. Is that your endless response? I turned to ChatGPT for a response to you:

Imagine encountering someone who always has an opinion, even when it's completely irrelevant. They're like a human Wikipedia page on steroids, spewing out facts, anecdotes, and unsolicited advice at every opportunity. They have an insatiable need to prove their intelligence, often interrupting conversations just to assert their superiority on any topic imaginable.

Their demeanor is smug, as if they're the ultimate authority on everything under the sun. They speak with an air of condescension, dismissing others' contributions with a subtle eye roll or a patronizing chuckle. It's as if they're on a mission to prove that they're the smartest person in the room, regardless of whether anyone else cares.

Engaging in conversation with them feels like stepping into a verbal minefield. Every innocent comment you make becomes fodder for their relentless barrage of trivia and opinions. They're quick to correct any perceived mistake, no matter how trivial, and they never miss an opportunity to showcase their encyclopedic knowledge.

What's most frustrating is that they seem completely unaware of how their behavior affects those around them. They're oblivious to the eye rolls, the stifled sighs, and the subtle hints that they've overstayed their welcome. Instead, they plow ahead, oblivious to the social cues that scream, "Enough already!"

Interacting with them is like trying to navigate a maze with no exit. No matter how hard you try to steer the conversation in a different direction, they inevitably find a way to steer it back to their favorite topic: themselves. And so, you find yourself trapped in a never-ending cycle of irritation, longing for the sweet relief of silence.

Without reading this, I think it would be fun for my every response to come from ChatGPT.  

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22 hours ago, Monte1076 said:

Any evidence the guy was/is a racist, Barry?

Or is this just more virtue signaling, "Holier Than Thou" stuff?

Once again Barry has an idiotic take . Kinda surprised he didn’t blame Trump .

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3 hours ago, Lion7000 said:

Once again Barry has an idiotic take . Kinda surprised he didn’t blame Trump .

Yep. A white guy who was driving down that street while working as an Uber driver, feels threatened by another white guy who points a gun at him, and shoots said guy, is somehow racist.

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