How to stand up to tyranny

The Flash

Dennis Wilcock did 9/11
I'll paraphrase myself from the chat:

Seeing these people "opposing tyranny" makes tyranny seem like a positive thing.

(It should be telling, too, for I am the only person on the forum who can legitimately say he lives under a tyrannical regime.)
 
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LooseCannon

Yorktown-class aircraft carrier
Staff member
Listen, not standing for the national anthem is the exact same as going back in time and killing George Washington in his crib.
 

Brigantium

General of the Dark Army
Staff member
I certainly don't disagree with idea that TheFlash lives in a country whose leader could be described as a tyrant.

The sheer level of self-entitlement in anti-lockdown protesters living in a democratic country never stops suprising me. Have these people ever had to compromise in any area of their lives, or have they just been able to bulldoze their way over everyone and everything since they were toddlers?
 

Onhell

Infinite Dreamer
It's ok. I'm used to people only knowing about piñatas (which are actually chinese), tacos and our underachieving soccer team lol.
 

Midnight

The sun sets forever over Blackwater Park
It's ok. I'm used to people only knowing about piñatas (which are actually chinese), tacos and our underachieving soccer team lol.
I live in India. I'm not looking at this from a US- or Europe- centred perspective, and don't really follow soccer, so... tacos (and tequila) it is!
That said, thanks for the piñata fact.
 
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