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"Before he(she) could speak, he(she) managed to tell his(her) parents, that he(she) was a boy" :angry:

Edit: I'm not a fan of Fox these days, I do like Tucker segments, but can get his whole show elsewhere without commercials after it airs. But I encourage you to write Fox and tell your friends to do so also. We need to push back on this insanity, and we are losing because "Market Saturation". And Fox needs to fire those that were involved in this and a major public renunciation of this airing and apology.

 
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I donated to Red Cross a few years ago and they asked me "how I identified". I thought that was ridiculous but things have gotten even worse since then:

 

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Very good article, worth the read



When a franchise sets out to compete with other companies that have a superior market or branding presence, they will sometimes exploit a strategy called "market saturation" in order to undermine their opponent's visibility. An example of this is Starbucks, which sought to co-opt and then destroy the concept of the neighborhood hipster coffee shop by flooding every city and town with their own stores. After several years, there was at least four Starbucks within a mile of every other Starbucks store and often these franchises would sit right across the road from each other.

Every coffee house was now a Starbucks coffee house.

You might ask - What the hell does this have to do with Twitter? Well, remember this analogy for later because it's important, but it has a lot to do with the manner in which the political left operates and how social justice warriors and trans activists take control of the narrative. And guess who has been running Twitter until recently? That's right, extreme leftists based out of the social justice Mecca - San Francisco.


………Leftists don't believe in work, they believe in activism, and they even believe that their activism is so important to the world that they should be paid for it as if it is the same as work. This is not an exaggeration; they really are that crazy. That's why when it became apparent that billionaire Elon Musk, a self described proponent of meritocracy, was going to take over the platform, the employees freaked out. Not because they thought they were going to lose their jobs (though that was a concern), but more so because they were horrified at the notion that Twitter as a communications platform would be "forced" by Musk to allow free speech. Meaning, Twitter employees have spent most of their careers trying to erase one side of the political discussion (conservatives), and the prospect of all that censorship disappearing has them frothing at the mouth like rabid dogs.

Again, it's about saturation……
 

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Very good article, worth the read



When a franchise sets out to compete with other companies that have a superior market or branding presence, they will sometimes exploit a strategy called "market saturation" in order to undermine their opponent's visibility. An example of this is Starbucks, which sought to co-opt and then destroy the concept of the neighborhood hipster coffee shop by flooding every city and town with their own stores. After several years, there was at least four Starbucks within a mile of every other Starbucks store and often these franchises would sit right across the road from each other.

Every coffee house was now a Starbucks coffee house.

You might ask - What the hell does this have to do with Twitter? Well, remember this analogy for later because it's important, but it has a lot to do with the manner in which the political left operates and how social justice warriors and trans activists take control of the narrative. And guess who has been running Twitter until recently? That's right, extreme leftists based out of the social justice Mecca - San Francisco.


………Leftists don't believe in work, they believe in activism, and they even believe that their activism is so important to the world that they should be paid for it as if it is the same as work. This is not an exaggeration; they really are that crazy. That's why when it became apparent that billionaire Elon Musk, a self described proponent of meritocracy, was going to take over the platform, the employees freaked out. Not because they thought they were going to lose their jobs (though that was a concern), but more so because they were horrified at the notion that Twitter as a communications platform would be "forced" by Musk to allow free speech. Meaning, Twitter employees have spent most of their careers trying to erase one side of the political discussion (conservatives), and the prospect of all that censorship disappearing has them frothing at the mouth like rabid dogs.

Again, it's about saturation……
They have indeed controlled the market saturation, to push their specific narrative, for many many years, and still do at this point by a wide margin.
 

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Thought about this one a bit ..

Going to go the liberty / freedom route for me on this ..

If parents want to take their kids to drag queen performances .. that's fine with me.

If parents do not want their children seeing drag queen performances .. that is good also.

Either way, the parents need to be a part of deciding what is best for their children.
 

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Thought about this one a bit ..

Going to go the liberty / freedom route for me on this ..

If parents want to take their kids to drag queen performances .. that's fine with me.

If parents do not want their children seeing drag queen performances .. that is good also.

Either way, the parents need to be a part of deciding what is best for their children.
Non tax payer funded maybe, on a parental freedom level as it might pertain to city or state ordinances. I don't want to be paying for kids to see sexual performances by drag queens, especially such as at schools and libraries. I think maybe that where Green is going with this.

On the parental freedom level, I would guarantee you very few families with both a mother and father at home would be taking their kids to see sexual performances by drag queens
 
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Non tax payer funded maybe, on a parental freedom level as it might pertain to city or state ordinances. I don't want to be paying for kids to see sexual performances by drag queens, especially such as at schools and libraries. I think maybe that where Green is going with this.

On the parental freedom level, I would guarantee you very few families with both a mother and father at home would be taking their kids to see sexual performances by drag queens
Agreed, There's a lot I don't want to be paying for .. yet ..
 

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Agreed, There's a lot I don't want to be paying for .. yet ..
On second thought. This is really a slippery slope. Do we allow minors into strip bars, or purchase playboy magazine, etc.. Do we really want to encourage sexual perversion among our youth? Do we allow parents to leave their children in a car while they go in a store?
 

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On second thought. This is really a slippery slope. Do we allow minors into strip bars, or purchase playboy magazine, etc.. Do we really want to encourage sexual perversion among our youth? Do we allow parents to leave their children in a car while they go in a store?
Well .. what is a drag show? ..

Is Mrs. Doubtfire a drag movie?

With the internet .. I don't think there is an easy way to keep of lot of this content away from minors who are able to use VPNs and figure out basic ip routing ... so the thought that we can successful block minors from playboy pictures who really want to find those .. well, I think we have to give up the thought we can censor that well ..

I believe the best a parent can do is some basic restrictions and teach some level of morality and how to recognize scammers and abusers online ...
 

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Well .. what is a drag show? ..

Is Mrs. Doubtfire a drag movie?

With the internet .. I don't think there is an easy way to keep of lot of this content away from minors who are able to use VPNs and figure out basic ip routing ... so the thought that we can successful block minors from playboy pictures who really want to find those .. well, I think we have to give up the thought we can censor that well ..

I believe the best a parent can do is some basic restrictions and teach some level of morality and how to recognize scammers and abusers online ...
Is this a drag queen show? and how appropriate is this for minors as a society...

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Thought about this one a bit ..

Going to go the liberty / freedom route for me on this ..

If parents want to take their kids to drag queen performances .. that's fine with me.

If parents do not want their children seeing drag queen performances .. that is good also.

Either way, the parents need to be a part of deciding what is best for their children.
Parents want to take their kids to hooters/drag shows..that's on them. I strongly disagree with it, but that is their choice. I do believe there should be a common sense age limit, no different then the movie theater ratings system. Schools want to introduce drag shows to students, HELL NO. Pre-K thru 12th. NOPE. IMO
 

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And that’s the difference the liberal adolescents who push “woke” bullshit fail to see. Cultural/moral issues are Parental decisions. They have no business indoctrinating/grooming kids. Let’s face it, they’re pedophiles plain and simple.

I don’t give a fuck who you sleep with or if you want to play twisted dress up as an adult. Not my problem.

At the root, They just want everyone to accept their fucked upness to feel better about their own pathetic lives.

They’re immature lazy failures at life and want the world to embrace their failure.
 
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