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The set is very red and gold and swirly. #Oscars2019
It wouldn't hurt my feelings to see Sam Elliott's mustache accept the award. #Oscars2019
YES! It's great to see people of color win so many awards tonight. Yay, Mahershala Ali! #Oscars2019
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🕵💻QArmy Thread💻🕵

🕵This is for every one of the #DigitalSoldiers in this fight!

💻I saw this Chan #post and it got me #motivated. I just want to share the feeling.

(I use #QArmy to describe all #QAnons. #QAnon said we are part of the #Army)👥👥👥👥

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First, I would like to say #ThanQ you for taking on this fight. We are writing history. Without [YOU], there wouldn't be a #fight. And #trust me, #TheWorldIsWatching.

Not only are we taking our #country back, but we are setting an #example for the #world. #Patriots around the
world are #standing up against the #evil that controls this world. This is the most #important time of our lives.

I am so #proud to be in this #fight with you. This is our time! We are the #TruthKeepers.

#ThePlan is playing out perfectly. #Patriots are doing an #awesome #job.⬇
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"Maybe nobody loved you when you were young
Maybe, boy, when you cry, nobody ever comes"
"proud boys" is more like "self-hating peter pans"
seriously how many of these people still get money from their parents?
If they ARE on the parental dole, then do Mommy & Daddy know what they've been getting up to?
What do Mom & Dad think?
Are Mommy & Daddy #proud of their little self-hating homophobic/homoerotic incel peter-pan sons?
Or will they cut off the money spigot, reprimand, and disown?
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1/ THREAD: A brief #LGBTHistory for this #Pride. Really FEEL THIS. Prior to the 1970s, being LGBT was ILLEGAL & homosexuality was considered a mental illness. Police would conduct a raid, arrest you, cuff you, humiliate you, then publish your name, address & photo in the paper.
2/ After your name, address & mugshot appeared in your local paper, you’d then be fired from your job. There were no legal protections--which is still true in 28 of 50 states today, but back then it was a near certainty.
3/ And then at Compton’s, at Stonewall, our LGBT forebears fought back. They said “No more" to these police raids on their communities. Along with Vietnam objectors, civil rights activists and feminists, they protested. They were targets. It was dangerous.
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