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View Poll Results: Will we someday get into the minds of mass shooters and get to the Real Problem?
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Old 09-04-2019, 08:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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3146: Anger Management w/ Nick Turner

The Odessa mass shooting and AR-type assault rifles; injustices, road rage, anger, and guns; Netflix and stand-up comedy; how to get rich quick

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Old 09-05-2019, 07:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I dont think there is anything useful a mass shooter could tell us.
So he has been fired.
I've also been fired in my life, I went home, in my bed I drank a bottle of red wine and cried for a day.
Never did I think about hurting others.

It has to be some kind of narcissism.
And that's not great to treat.

Truth. I said in an earlier thread how I spent a lot of years being really angry. It made me push people away, made me kind of a sourpuss to be around sometimes, and generally kept me alone, but I never once raised a hand to anyone or got a weapon. We don't need to learn from them, they need to learn how to handle themselves.
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I can't imagine anything a mass shooter would say that would make me think, "Oh I get it, you are pretty justified."

And by the way, contrary to what Nick Turner said, Netflix has different shows in different locations. There are many shows I hear about that just aren't offered here and many Japanese language programs you probably don't get.
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Don't know if i've missed it, but has Keith talked about the new Chappelle special on Netflix?

Also even though i'm not in the US, everyone check out Andrew Yang for President! Makes the most sense!
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God, Nick is one of my all-time favorite guests. I was just listening to his show, Get Rich Nick, which is really good, and thought, why hasn't he been on KATG lately? And here is, funny as ever. This was a really fun episode.
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Oh yes.
I have my German Netflix with lots of US shows and German shows.

I have an app that alters my IP adress, if I use it I have access to any other Netflix for example the US version and itís different. Not completely, but maybe 30%.
What''s the name of this app? Is it on iPhone?
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Nick is so good everytime!

I wish he would cite his sources with the "fact" about people today need to work in a career multiple decades before they are able to afford a house. I was fortunate enough to be hired right out of college into my career (not an actual doctor) and after 4 years I bought my first house on my own. I can't be the only outlier...?
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I wish he would cite his sources with the "fact" about people today need to work in a career multiple decades before they are able to afford a house. I was fortunate enough to be hired right out of college into my career (not an actual doctor) and after 4 years I bought my first house on my own. I can't be the only outlier...?
I also was hired straight out of college. In 2007. My company folded 5 years later and I still have to bartend to pay my bills even though I've been working in my field since college (I'm 37). I still rent. I drive a 15-year-old car. I don't want children but if I did, they would be out of the question. I'm also still almost $15,000 in debt for college even though I've been paying on my loans since I graduated. Most of my friends are in my boat, not yours. Consider yourself lucky, my friend.
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If you want 2 more hours of Nick being Nick, he was on Never Not Funny last week.
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I also was hired straight out of college. In 2007. My company folded 5 years later and I still have to bartend to pay my bills even though I've been working in my field since college (I'm 37). I still rent. I drive a 15-year-old car. I don't want children but if I did, they would be out of the question. I'm also still almost $15,000 in debt for college even though I've been paying on my loans since I graduated. Most of my friends are in my boat, not yours. Consider yourself lucky, my friend.
Can I ask what field you work in? I work in construction.
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