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  • Midweek (Mittwoch) Open

    by coldwarrior ( 48 Comments › )
    Filed under Music, Open thread at August 21st, 2019 - 11:43 am

    The concert last night was surprisingly ‘Orangemanbad’ free. the traveling minstrels migh have learned not to piss off half of their audience.

    The opening act was fantastic, The Devil Makes Three tore the joint up. Social Distortion rocked, as usual…always a great show. Flogging Molly seemed a bit off tho.

    Anyway, The Devil Makes Three had to endure the merch signing and meet and greet. I gave them lots of $$$ and they signed two of the vinyl records and a tee-shirt for the Puti. They were very gracious and were having a great time. They were kind of shocked at the massive ovation they got at the end of their set. It’s not often that the opening band does an encore.


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    48 Responses to “Midweek (Mittwoch) Open”
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    1. rain of lead
      1 | August 21, 2019 1:15 pm

      did you ever see the day when you would be taking your girl to a ROCK concert 🙂

    2. rain of lead
      2 | August 21, 2019 1:16 pm

      is that just awesome or what

    3. coldwarrior
      3 | August 21, 2019 2:08 pm

      rain of lead wrote:

      did you ever see the day when you would be taking your girl to a ROCK concert

      heh…her first show was dave matthews when she was 18 months old. the twins first show was when they were 3.

    4. eaglesoars
      4 | August 21, 2019 4:46 pm

      Here’s something you music people might have fun with. Something called a soundboard

      Every Noise at Once is an ongoing attempt at an algorithmically-generated, readability-adjusted scatter-plot of the musical genre-space, based on data tracked and analyzed for 3,330 genre-shaped distinctions by Spotify as of 2019-08-21. The calibration is fuzzy, but in general down is more organic, up is more mechanical and electric; left is denser and more atmospheric, right is spikier and bouncier.

      Click anything to hear an example of what it sounds like.

      Click the » on a genre to see a map of its artists.

    5. rain of lead
      5 | August 21, 2019 6:01 pm

      @ eaglesoars:

      I found Octoberfest ompa music
      now I’m getting a beer

    6. RIX
      6 | August 21, 2019 6:28 pm
      @ Gateway Pundit.
      This guy is the nephew of Cenk Uygur and appears on the Young Turks.
      He says that America deserved 9/11 and that he guy who took Da Crenshaws eye is a brave efing soldier.
      Total low life.

    7. coldwarrior
      7 | August 21, 2019 7:37 pm

      rain of lead wrote:

      @ eaglesoars:

      I found Octoberfest ompa music
      now I’m getting a beer


    8. lobo91
      8 | August 21, 2019 7:47 pm

      Here’s an interesting band I came across the other day. Another group of teenagers who have been playing for years. The lead singer, Lydia Night, is 18. She’s been performing since she was 12, and this band has been together for about 4 years

      If there’s a kind of signature rock-and-roll sound that Los Angeles inspires, it might be something like the sun-soaked, fuzzy garage-pop of The Regrettes, a young, ascendant band that also takes inspiration from ’60s girl groups and riot-grrrl punk. The band’s recurring themes are empowerment and self-worth, especially when navigating romantic relationships, which is the primary focus of the group’s new album How Do You Love?, a set of songs chronicling different stages of a love affair.


    9. lobo91
      9 | August 21, 2019 7:57 pm

    10. 10 | August 21, 2019 8:59 pm

      Is Energy Star reading this blog?

      How long before these recommendations become part of the democratic platform?

    11. lobo91
      11 | August 21, 2019 11:16 pm

      @ right_wing2:

      How long before these recommendations become part of the democratic platform?

      How long before they’re not “recommendations”?

    12. 12 | August 22, 2019 12:16 am

      @ lobo91:
      That too. Hell I thought I’d have to troll AOC and the different Democratic candidates to get a crazy suggestion like this started. DoE might have beaten me to it!

    13. Aussie Infidel
      13 | August 22, 2019 1:15 am

      @ right_wing2:
      @ lobo91:
      They are ‘recommending thermostat settings here in NZ during the summer to ease the power load.

      Heat NEVER (or hardly ever) KILLS FOLKS.

      COLD is the Killer.

      Power charging and ripple control is causing the old and poor to suffer the cold with very poor outcomes to the r heart. Some don’t get out of bed in winter because they can’t stay warm and their houses are un-insulated and frigid… and deadly.

      At last there is legislation coming in to improve insulation standards, especially in rental market but State Houses remain largely un-insulated and that is there the old poor live.

      This is not just a freedom problem., it’s a serious health problem!

    14. 14 | August 22, 2019 2:06 am

    15. rain of lead
      15 | August 22, 2019 6:21 am

      morning y’all

    16. eaglesoars
      16 | August 22, 2019 7:02 am


      how does this happen? This is such a major revision, it undermines the value of any stats they put out, period.

      The BLS has revised its jobs numbers DOWNWARD by 501k for all of 2018 thru the first quarter of 2019.

      retail – minus 146k
      prof & bus svcs – minus 163k
      leisure & hosp – minus 175k

      Here’s the twitter discussion – the revisions are based on tax returns

      Here’s the BLS report – CES Preliminary Benchmark Announcement

    17. Aussie Infidel
      17 | August 22, 2019 5:36 pm

      Justice Mark Weinberg said he was “troubled” that he “was constrained to differ” from his colleagues’ opinions but that he could not in good conscience refrain from dissenting.

      Supreme Court Chief Justice Anne Ferguson and Justice Chris Maxwell decided yesterday that Pell’s convictions for child sexual assault should stand.

      In his own judgment, Weinberg underscored the weakness of the sole complainant’s evidence.
      “From … the complainant’s evidence, it can be seen that there was ample material upon which his account could be legitimately subject to criticism. There were inconsistencies, and discrepancies, and a number of his answers simply made no sense,” he wrote.

      The veteran judge also noted that there was a lack of independent evidence in the case.

      “An unusual feature of this case was that it depended entirely upon the complainant being accepted, beyond reasonable doubt, as a credible and reliable witness,” Weinburg wrote.

      “Yet the jury were invited to accept his evidence without there being any independent support for it.”

      According to the complainant, who has never been identified outside of a courtroom, Cardinal Pell subjected him to sexual abuse on two occasions when he was a Melbourne St. Patrick’s Cathedral choirboy age 12 and 13 in the late 1990s.

      The complainant said Pell had first abused both him and another choirboy in the cathedral vestry immediately after Sunday Mass. On the second occasion, he said, Pell had groped him in the midst of a crowd of choristers.

      The second choirboy, whose name is also under a press ban, died of a heroin overdose in 2014. He told his mother that he had never been abused, but his parents believe he first turned to heroin as a young teen because he was indeed a victim of sexual assault.

      No one claiming to be a witness of the second incident came forward.

      Several witnesses, including church officials, testified that Pell, who had then been recently appointed the Archbishop of Melbourne, would never have been alone in the cathedral. Moreover, it was his invariable practise to greet churchgoers at the front doors of the building immediately after Mass ended.

      Weinberg found these witnesses credible.

      “All of these witnesses were important, but there were some whose evidence was critical,” he wrote.

      “It can fairly be said that their evidence, if accepted, would lead inevitably to acquittal,” he continued.

      The same result would follow, even if the only finding that could be made was that their evidence, as regards the events in question, was a ‘reasonably possible’ account of what had occurred.”
      Weinberg said the fact that he came to different conclusions from Ferguson and Maxwell led him to think even more about the appeal.

      “I am troubled by the fact that I find myself constrained to differ from two of my colleagues whose opinions I always respect greatly,” he wrote.

      “That has caused me to reflect even more carefully upon the proper outcome of this application. Having done so, however, I cannot, in good conscience, do other than to maintain my dissent.”

      When Ferguson read a summary of the decision, she noted that Weinberg had found that “the complainant was inclined to embellish aspects of his account.”

      “He concluded that his evidence contained discrepancies, displayed inadequacies, and otherwise lacked probative value so as to cause him to have a doubt as to the applicant’s guilt,” Ferguson said.

      “He could not exclude as a reasonable possibility that some of what the complainant said was concocted, particularly in relation to the second incident.”

      She also reported that Justice Weinberg had found the complainant’s account of the second incident “entirely implausible and quite unconvincing.”

      In regard to the first incident, Weinberg would not have been sure that the jury were ‘bound” to have a reasonable doubt about the Cardinal Pell’s guilt had the complainant’s evidence been the only evidence, she explained.

      “He went on to note, however, that there was more than just the complainant’s evidence,” she continued.

      “In Justice Weinberg’s view, there was a significant body of cogent and, in some cases, impressive evidence suggesting that the complainant’s account was, in a realistic sense, ‘impossible’ to accept. To his mind, there is a significant possibility that the Cardinal may not have committed the offences. In those circumstances, Justice Weinberg stated that in his view the convictions could not stand.”

      Ferguson and Maxwell did not agree and believed that the complainant was “a very compelling witness, (who) was clearly not a liar, was not a fantasist and was a witness of truth.”

      Born in Sweden, Weinberg has had a long and distinguished legal career in Australia since it began in New South Wales in 1974. In 1975, he was called to the Victorian Bar and served in the Faculty of Law at the University of Melbourne. He was the Commonwealth director of public prosecutions from 1988 to 1991 and first became a judge in 1998. Now retired, he is a reserve judge for the Victoria Court of Appeal.

      Pell’s legal team is now planning to take the matter to Australia’s High Court. The cardinal continues to maintain that he is innocent of the charges for which he was convicted and of any other accusation of sexual abuse.

      Pell’s sole accuser was never named in open court. His other accuser confessed to his mother that he’d made the whole thing up before he died of a drug overdose. There is a Star Chamber effect with the Pell trials, with Pell being cast very publicly as the Judas Goat for all transgressions of the Catholic Church in Australia. The media storm prior to the trials caused Pell to have no chance of a fair trial. The irony that it was Pell, who at his earliest opportunity and when he had the authority, cleaned out the Church’s corruption.

      He was however faced with an entrenched elitist and corrupt Justice System riven with historical secret society influence, a Leftist media, led the the ABC baying for his blood and everyone with an axe to grind against the Church screaming for Pell’s blood, in their lust to ‘get even’ with the Church. I seriously doubt that Pell will even get access to a Federal High Court hearing and will die in prison in solitary. A White ( no red blood involved) Martyr.

    18. eaglesoars
      18 | August 22, 2019 7:10 pm

      @ Aussie Infidel:

      How much publicity is this getting in Australia?

    19. Aussie Infidel
      19 | August 22, 2019 8:18 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      @ Aussie Infidel:

      How much publicity is this getting in Australia?

      A LOT.

      Sky TV is rolling out QC (Queen’s Council) after QC to fuss the actions of the Victorian Lower Cours as well as the Victorian Appeals Court. Plenty of talking heads are dissing the jurists in general as Australia lurches towards a situation like Canada where even questioning a Justice gets you sent to the slammer.

      On the ABC (Australian Broadcasting Commission) a totally ‘captured socialist’ left government broadcaster receiving over $1 billion of tax money a year, goes in the the kill tearing at anyone who gives any support to Pell let alone the Church. The ABC has had an ongoing war with the Church for 20+ years, ever since the hard left captured the broadcaster. The audience of the ABC / left includes the ‘woke’ urbanite socialists from the inner urban ‘leafy suburbs’. These well heeled socialists, who’s revolution is waged in the Latte Coffee Bars and upmarket restaurants with their captured mates of the ‘media’. Their unlikely bedmates are the hard core communist secular left who have warred with the Church for the past century.

      SURE there is a bit going on in Oz!

    20. rain of lead
      20 | August 22, 2019 8:26 pm

      bet this gets spiked quickly

      bottom line
      “Walmart takes gun sales and security pretty seriously,” she concludes.

    21. Aussie Infidel
      21 | August 22, 2019 8:28 pm

      @ eaglesoars:
      Pell had Diplomatic Immunity as he was an official within the Vatican State. He didn’t have to return to Australia but did so willingly foregoing his Diplomatic cover to fight to clear his name.

      Now the Vatican of Francis is also going in for Pell’s blood, because Pell and Price Waterhouse who Pell employed to audit the Vatican Bank, almost exposed the whole rotten financial system and finances. Francis and some serious evil Cardinals are now seeking to strip Pell of his Priesthood and breaking him spiritually.

      These are serious wicked Satanic bastards!

    22. rain of lead
      22 | August 22, 2019 8:29 pm

      They’re going to make Gabbard pay for that one by not allowing her a seat at next month’s Democratic debate.

    23. eaglesoars
      23 | August 22, 2019 9:01 pm

      Aussie Infidel wrote:

      These are serious wicked Satanic bastards!

      I’m thinking the Vatican takeover is becoming more and more insidious. There’s a talk show host here, Larry O’Conner, who is a practicing Catholic. Francis just appointed a new archbishop of D.C., I think his name is Gregory. Anyway, he gave his first mass not too long ago and O’Conner went ballistic. It was all SJW crap and O’Conner (and not a few of his callers) are in near-open rebellion. They won’t leave the church, but they are trying to find ANY Catholic church in the area they can attend and listen to an actual mass/homily.

      Also, I’m thinking someone will ride to Pell’s rescue. There are a lot of good people in the Church who will fight.

      So did anyone see Patrick Byrne on Martha McCallum? He told his story in a very disjointed manner I found difficult to follow – basically he conducted an affair with that Butina woman at the behest of the FBI -but Sundance has it written up

      And here’s Fox’s coverage

    24. rain of lead
      24 | August 23, 2019 6:54 am

      morning y’all

      finally friday

    25. rain of lead
      25 | August 23, 2019 7:22 am

      this is great

      Trump Ford Commercial Parody

    26. eaglesoars
      26 | August 23, 2019 9:50 am

      rain of lead wrote:

      this is great

      Trump Ford Commercial Parody

      that’s the dan bongino show

      Ok. The Obama’s just shelled out several million for a BEACHFRONT property in Martha’s Vineyard. Which will be underwater in 12 years. Just sayin’

      CNN went ripshit over Fox hiring Sarah Sanders because they say she’s a liar.

      Then they hired McCabe. Who was fired from the FBI for – lying.

      That’s all I got.

      good morning

    27. eaglesoars
      27 | August 23, 2019 12:44 pm

      This is a good piece by a retired Foreign Service guy on how to counter China’s One Belt One Road efforts, aka ‘debt trap diplomacy’.

      Meanwhile, at the tactical level, one of the best ideas in years has been operationalized by the U.S. Agency for International Development. Under the leadership of Administrator Mark Green, USAID recently pulled together a high-octane team of interagency technical specialists to help the government of Burma review plans for a multibillion-dollar Chinese-funded deep water port and industrial zone. As reported by the Wall Street Journal, the team included USAID and State Department economists, diplomats and lawyers working as a public investment planning SWAT team of sorts. UK and Australian expertise also worked on the effort.

    28. eaglesoars
      28 | August 23, 2019 12:48 pm

      @ eaglesoars:

      I was working on the Rennaisance Dam project in Ethiopia and was invited to an all Africa roundtable on investment – one that every country but China seemed to be invited to. Hundreds of high level government from all over Africa, many from the alphabet soup of organizations in the Obama administration, World Bank, you name it. The elephant in the room was that most large projects were going to the Chinese. Things were polite, but unenthusiastic until a round table in the afternoon. The Africans became pretty animated on why projects were going to the Chinese. First of all was ease of use.

      For a US based project for instance, the country would have to apply for a grant from one organization to fund a feasibility project. From another one to do preliminary design/ estimates. When it came to funding you would have to put together people from USAID, EXIM, companies, banks, LOC’s, …. a hugely complicated, costly and time consuming process. The Chinese came in and would actually fund the feasibility study right off, then work with the same team throughout the process and that team would go find funding. It also helped that the Chinese were doing some projects “gratis”, like donating the country’s first telecomm system (a trojan horse if there ever was one). And even the convention center we were sitting in (so, even though the Chinese were not in attendance, they were surely listening in).

      The African’s knew they were being exploited by China. They WANTED to spend with other countries, but it cost so much more that their hands were pretty much tied.

      ‘GlobalTrvlr’ comment at Instapundit

    29. Deplorable Martian Overlord
      29 | August 23, 2019 1:25 pm

      Someone help me out here. I read an article yesterday or the day before and can’t remember where, it was National Review or somewhere else trying to remain relevant. They had the radical leftist talking head that accurately predicted the Dem house victory and even had the numbers dead on. That taking head said that the Dems would have an early night Presidential victory this election because the Blue Wall would be back. Last time the dem voters were too confident and stayed home, this time they are motivated and are going to turn out in droves and the election will be over in a landslide victory early in the night.

      Just curious where the hell this person is coming up with this idea? I am seeing no excitment or motivation from the dems this time. All of their “saviours” this time are going down in flames. Warren is in free fall, same with Camel Harris, Booker was a non-starter. All they have is Biden and he doesn’t have a snow balls chance in hell against someone like Trump. Are they that confident in their vote fraud now? What are they seeing that I’m not? Or are they just trying to depress the conservative vote this early already?

    30. eaglesoars
      30 | August 23, 2019 1:54 pm

      @ Deplorable Martian Overlord:

      It doesn’t have anything to do with the DEM candidates, it’s all ANYBODY BUT TRUMP.

      In 2016 everybody thought Hillary was a cake walk, they stayed home. This time, nobody underestimates Trump and they will vote against him, not necessarily for the Dem candidate.

    31. Deplorable Martian Overlord
      31 | August 23, 2019 1:59 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      @ Deplorable Martian Overlord:

      It doesn’t have anything to do with the DEM candidates, it’s all ANYBODY BUT TRUMP.

      In 2016 everybody thought Hillary was a cake walk, they stayed home. This time, nobody underestimates Trump and they will vote against him, not necessarily for the Dem candidate.

      So maybe the talking head is right. All they have to do is mobilize the base. We have to get our base, and the squishy middle.

    32. Deplorable Martian Overlord
      32 | August 23, 2019 2:32 pm

      Someone brought up an interesting point recently in something I read. Basically, the media is playing a game of blackmail. “If you don’t get Trump out of office, we are going to continue to get more insane.”

    33. eaglesoars
      33 | August 23, 2019 2:51 pm

      Deplorable Martian Overlord wrote:

      Someone brought up an interesting point recently in something I read. Basically, the media is playing a game of blackmail. “If you don’t get Trump out of office, we are going to continue to get more insane.”

      That’s not the way I’m reading it. I’m reading it as “You take care of it, or we will”

      I know it sounds like hyperbole, but they want him dead. If that’s the only way to get rid of him, they’re just fine with that.

    34. Deplorable Martian Overlord
      34 | August 23, 2019 3:02 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      Deplorable Martian Overlord wrote:

      Someone brought up an interesting point recently in something I read. Basically, the media is playing a game of blackmail. “If you don’t get Trump out of office, we are going to continue to get more insane.”

      That’s not the way I’m reading it. I’m reading it as “You take care of it, or we will”

      I know it sounds like hyperbole, but they want him dead. If that’s the only way to get rid of him, they’re just fine with that.

      Well, that part’s a given. Pretty sure we’re going to see a number of Presidential assasination movies soon with the excuse that “they’re just entertainment”. Remember all the ones under Bush? Just harmless fun, not trying to cause an incident./

    35. Deplorable Martian Overlord
      35 | August 23, 2019 3:09 pm

      Turning a toothless, borderline leftist like George W. into satan was just practice for the real thing. They wanted to see how far the media could go and what they could get away with. The results showed they could get away with a hell of a lot. Amongst the true believers there was no bottom limit to how low they could go. Even amongst the mindless middle they pretty much shrugged off the most abhorrent accusations as “politics as usual”. Now that they have Trum, who they actually believe is the devil himself, all stops have been removed,utilizing all resources at their disposal to remove him is acceptable up to and including: intelligence resources, false accusations, slander, and yes I believe they will even use assassins, both pro and incited.

    36. eaglesoars
      36 | August 23, 2019 3:09 pm

      Deplorable Martian Overlord wrote:

      Remember all the ones under Bush?

      yeah. But under Trump it’s dialed up just a tad.

    37. Deplorable Martian Overlord
      37 | August 23, 2019 4:54 pm

      eaglesoars wrote:

      Deplorable Martian Overlord wrote:

      Remember all the ones under Bush?

      yeah. But under Trump it’s dialed up just a tad.

      Yeah, I covered that in my rant just above your comment. Lol.

    38. 38 | August 23, 2019 6:18 pm

      @ eaglesoars:
      Dialed up “a tad”? Isn’t that like telling someone in the path of a title wave that they’re going to experience moisture?

    39. 39 | August 23, 2019 6:21 pm

      @ right_wing2:
      Tidal wave.

    40. Deplorable Bumr50
      40 | August 23, 2019 6:24 pm

      EVERYTHING is wrong with this picture…

      Pittsburgh police received a different kind of training this week, one focusing on turning inward in order to better their outward interactions with their colleagues, their families and their communities. The name of the training — Racial Intelligence Training and Engagement — was deceptive to some. Sgt. Donald Mitchell said he expected more cultural sensitivity brow-beating. “It’s not what the name implies, and that’s a good thing,” he said, noting that he’d thrown up barriers before the class even began. He said he suspected many other officers did, too. “This is more in-depth, on not just how to deal with your feelings but the feelings of other people,” Mitchell said. Led by co-founders Linda Webb and Randy Friedman, RITE training works under the equation of Emotional Intelligence + Social Intelligence = Racial Intelligence. The first component, EI, is the officer knowing his or her own emotions and biases. The second, SI, is the engagement with the public. “This is where racial intelligence comes in,” Webb said. “Racial Intelligence is about teaching people that we are a human race and everybody should be treated fairly no matter what it is you look like.” ...

      I’m sure they were all card carrying 2019 Klansmen before your little class, Randy.

    41. Aussie Infidel
      41 | August 23, 2019 6:39 pm

      @ eaglesoars:
      The African nations had better use a very long spoon when supping with the Chinses. Not only will China load third world with massive debt, the Chinese will also had them with broken technology. Here the Chinese can’t even maintain the Three Gorges Dam back in home in China. A dam system that has so many martial safety breaches that it is a danger to the whole river system and millions of Chinese down stream.

      For some reason buried withn the Chinese character there is a perchance to always take advantage when it comes to $$$$$. This overarching attitude to corrupt practice is separate from the inherentmoral corruption of the CCP. Theft in the form of substandard materials in projects, with the sole aim of achieving maximised profits trumps the moral code of safeguarding people from bad engineering decisions. And those decisions are purely profit driven and divorced from moral underpinnings.

      The Africans know this but because of their own leadership corruption currently turn a blind eye to these crimes against their own people by China.

    42. Aussie Infidel
      42 | August 23, 2019 6:42 pm

      Loads of Climate Change ammunition here to destroy any ‘the sky is falling’ pro-climate change debater.

      This resource should be made available to students especially as they are almost totally in the thrall of socialist lying when it comes to Climate.

      Use it well folks and spread it widely:-

    43. Aussie Infidel
      43 | August 23, 2019 7:30 pm

      @ coldwarrior:

      @ eaglesoars:

      The latest on the miscarriage of Justice in regard to cardinal George Pell.

      Note the specific references to Victoria and NSW Police and the Masonic influences.

      I have personal family experiences in the massive Masonic presence in the NSW Police and Australian Armed Forces officer corps. My father was a NSW cop and I was an officer in the ADF. I’ve seen these covert socialist One World grubs activities in real life situations.


    44. eaglesoars
      44 | August 23, 2019 9:05 pm

      @ Aussie Infidel:

      nice little club they’ve got there. Be a shame if somebody had the balls to bust it up. If Pell dies in prison……….?

      I bookmarked that amgreatness page, thanks

      Here’s another nice little club

      Carlos Murguia is a judge in the Kansas District Court

      His sister Mary is a federal judge on the Ninth Circuit Court

      Their sister (and Mary’s twin) is Janet. Janet is president of La Raza (now called UnidosUS)

      Wednesday, Judge Carlos Murguia of the U.S. District Court of Kansas ruled, based on a Ninth Circuit opinion, that 8 U.S.C. §1324, the law prohibiting someone from “encouraging” or “inducing” illegal immigration, is an unconstitutional infringement upon the First Amendment.

      He should have recused, and the 9th has no jurisdiction in his district

    45. 4_Sticks
      45 | August 24, 2019 1:01 am

      Y’all already been here, done that (this) ?

    46. rain of lead
      46 | August 24, 2019 6:30 am

      morning y’all

    47. 48 | August 24, 2019 9:09 am

      @ eaglesoars:
      Logically wouldn’t that same ruling apply to laws prohibiting people from encouraging assault, vandalism, rape and murder?

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