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Dyzalot last won the day on July 26 2019

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About Dyzalot

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    I will debate you
  • Birthday 12/16/1969


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    Joe Morneau
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    Guanacaste, Costa Rica


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    Poker player
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    Las Vegas, NV
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    NL/PL HE, $1/$2 to $2/$4
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  1. https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-08-24/sheriffs-deputy-admits-he-was-never-shot-at-by-sniper-in-lancaster-authorities-said
  2. https://reason.com/2019/08/09/lawsuit-swat-team-shot-12-year-old-in-kneecap-during-raid/
  3. https://reason.com/2019/08/07/police-shot-her-boyfriend-during-a-robbery-she-was-charged-with-his-murder/
  4. Yes well apparently I can't about that subject anymore since people take them seriously.
  5. I made a thread about a new, upcoming artist you creep. She purposefully wears baggy clothes because of creeps like you. As for your claims of "underaged porn", you once again demonstrate zero evidence nor do you even explain how something that has to be accessed with a Tor browser through the Dark Web was so casually seen in my browser history.
  6. Creeps like Trues are exactly why Billie Eilish wears baggy clothes to hide her body. She doesn't want the specter of idiots like that accusing her older fans of only liking her because they want to fuck her or something. I like her and her brother's music you self righteous asshole! That album has been on repeat when I go to bed at night for two weeks now. Can't believe how much of a prick you are. I never realized...
  7. https://libertyconservative.com/racist-history-minimum-wage-laws/
  8. No I'm not. Just look at the state congressional records of the debates for when these laws passed. Much like the gun laws around the same time and the growing hysteria over marijuana, racism played a huge role. By making it so that blacks, hispanics and women couldn't offer to work for a lower wage than white men, it tended to shut them out of the market. And lol at the idea of ending "sweated labor". What does that even mean? No economist uses that term. I sweat when I labor, does that make it "sweated labor"?

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