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Big Pawn
Member since Dec-10-05 · Last seen Aug-17-18
Philosophical Thought of the Week:

The Liberal Platform (the pillars of liberalism)

Gun Cucks
Wife wears the pants
Pro-Sluts and Whores
Trump Derangement Syndrome
Cuck to Muzzies
Normalizing Pedophilia
Pro Open Borders
Pro Palestinian
Trying to Erase White History
Enforces Political Correctness
Calls good evil and evil good
Pro effeminate men
Pro transvestite
Puts men in skirts in the ladies room
Bigotry of low expectations for blacks

Life through my eyes:

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   Big Pawn has kibitzed 22550 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-17-18 chessforum (replies)
Big Pawn: This self imposed exodus is a good thing. That way there will be more harmony here. The ones that left can start a new website that they would be more comfortable with. Something that makes them feel cozy. Say, If that domain is taken, then how about
   Aug-17-18 Kenneth S Rogoff
Big Pawn: Attention Elite Posters! You know who is draining the swamp here on <CG>? According to the Swamp, it's me! < Tabanus: <People are not leaving because of <Big Pawn> or anyone else on this site.> I don't know much about US politics but I think you are wrong. To ...
   Aug-16-18 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
Big Pawn: Billy Holiday singing the blues! The Blues are Brewin I gotta right to sing the blues Good Morning Heartache is one of those that doesn't fit a blues form, ...
   Aug-16-18 Big Pawn chessforum
Big Pawn: Andrés Segovia: explains what Guitar is REALLY about! This is very insightful. Excellent short clip of Segovia explaining some things about music.
   Aug-15-18 Nikolai Brunni (replies)
Big Pawn: <TheFocus: Yes, your poetry is lame.> Not mine. I know about poetry. I know how to write romantic poetry for the chicks. I've written my own valentines day cards and melted the chicks with romantic poetry. Roses are red, violets are blue. Horses have long hair, and you ...
   Aug-15-18 Daniel Freeman (replies)
Big Pawn: lols lols
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  diceman: <TheFocus: Speaking of Frank Marshall, how about an algebraic edition of Marshall's <My Fifty Years of Chess>? I have been looking at this book for a while now.

If that was on the market, would you buy it?>

I have the Descriptive Notation version
from the late 1970's.

Aug-13-18  TheFocus: <dice man> Descriptive is dead.

Splurge on the algebraic.

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  Big Pawn: <TheFocus: <dice man> Descriptive is dead.

Splurge on the algebraic.>

So true. I started with both descriptive and algebraic so I never had a problem with either, but I definitely prefer algebraic notation now.

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  diceman: <TheFocus:
<dice man> Descriptive is dead.>

So is freedom/liberty, you don't see me giving up on that!

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  diceman: <Big Pawn:

So true.>

I cant prove it, but always felt it was
an anti-American, globalist thing, to get rid of descriptive.

Good enough for Fischer, good enough for me!

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  technical draw: It took me a while to get used to algebraic. I had learned descriptive in English and Spanish. Spanish was terrible because you could get moves like this 23. C3AD-5CD which is simply Nb5.
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  WannaBe: I learned it in Hebrew, you know how the game ends before it began!
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  thegoodanarchist: <TD> is <C3PO-R2D2> an actual chess move in Spanish?
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  technical draw: <tga> Yes it is. Or rather was when I started. They have since converted to algebraic. The move is N(3)to Pawn Octave-King2 to Queen2.
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  diceman: <thegoodanarchist:

<TD> is <C3PO-R2D2> an actual chess move>

It was, a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away!

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<Big Pawn> In response to the enlightening, and humorous, audiovisual aids you kindly dropped in my forum the other day, I offer this to you and the <steamed colleagues> you host here.

In case anyone was wondering why feminist Islam supporters don't experience "cognitive dissonance" when confronted with the facts about Sharia law, delightful investigator <Lauren Southern> has unearthed this fact:

You cannot experience cognitive dissonance if you cannot experience cognition in the first place.

Here is proof:

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  Big Pawn: <JFQ>, that was excellent! I think <Lauren Southern> is great and she's doing excellent work. She asked those idiots just the right question and <cognitive dissonance> was spectacular.


It's so great to see them not want to answer that question. Then they come up with the lamest, though entirely predictable, face saving attempts. A cringe fest.

Wait until they find themselves stuffed into one of those life size garbage bags with the eye holes cut out (Islam is merciful after all), if they want to pass through a no-go section of Canada, Britain or Australia.

Now, in case you were wondering about the second video I sent you, the one where the lovely Islamic couple were on the train together, it was <not> video proof of women's rights being oppressed under Islam. It was <not> video proof of the fruits of Muslim culture. It was <not> video proof of domestic abuse in Islamic culture being so pervasive that anyone hardly raises and eyebrow. It was none of those things.

That video was merely an instructional video on "How to Muzzie".

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<Big Pawn> And here I thought it was an instructional video on how to avoid marrying the wrong man!

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<Big Pawn> Yes I am also a big <Lauren Southern> fan as well as a big <Ben Shapiro> fan.

I keep fantasizing about the presidential ticket in 2024 and hoping that <Ben Shapiro> runs and is elected president, and then stuffs his cabinet with <Lauren Southern> and other really smart people.

One of the things I like about <Ben> is that he does his own shilling on his podcast. He's not ashamed of his sponsors and he's willing to personally go to bat for them.

This also makes for some interesting segues.

For example, in this podcast where he neatly segues from a very serious bit of political analysis to an advert for one of his sponsors.

"But first- let's talk about your underwear"

Aug-15-18  TheFocus: I love Ben and Lauren.
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  Keyser Soze: <you cannot experience cognitive dissonance if you cannot experience cognition in the first place.

Here is proof:

Wow . Angry gals over there. Heh

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<Keyser Soze> "gals" Well, maybe yes, maybe no.

Without more information we don't know what any of those "gals" are self-identifying as.

Some might have decided they are "men," others that they are "non binary LBQ-Tips."

If you watch the whole video you will see a "gal" who is currently self-identifying as a Hummel figurine, and another as a decorative dinner plate.

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  Big Pawn: <JFQ>, since you're living back in Canuckistan now, with King Cuck in office up there, I think you should know the right way to take a selfie in the near future.


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  diceman: "Sweden's a Disaster" Tucker & Nigel Farage on Sweden's Immigration Crisis

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  Big Pawn: <Diceman>, good video. I like both Tucker and Nigel Farage. Tucker wanted to know why the politicians don't want us to analyze what's happening in Europe, even though we are adopting many of the same policies, while Nigel pointed to the disaster in Sweden right now as evidence.

When I watch these kinds of videos I feel two ways about them. On the one hand feel frustrated, for lack of a better word, because of how insane the left is and how they are ruining the good countries. On the other hand I am happy to see that people discussing the problem more boldly than before, which is the Trump effect I'm sure.

If there is enough bold talk for long enough, things will change, but the discourse needs to be honest and frank with zero sugar coating.

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  diceman: <Big Pawn:

When I watch these kinds of videos I feel two ways about them.>

What has always bothered me is how simple this actually is.

(Embracing the freedoms liberties granting by our founding fathers, and pulling the proper voting handle, and this is all gone)

Yet, it's all complicated by man's failings. From the greedy power hungry politician, to the liberal who believes "he" is the intelligent one.

This Twilight Zone episode has always reminded me of liberalism.

Leave the stick in the door, problem solved. Of course, the guy who is smarter than everyone else, lets him out.

The Greatest Trick the Devil Ever Pulled
-- Twilight Zone -- Howling Man

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  Big Pawn: <diceman>, I forgot about that old episode of the Twilight Zone. It's perfect. Yes, <Leave the stick in the door, problem solved. Of course, the guy who is smarter than everyone else, lets him out>, that is an accurate portrayal of liberalism for sure.

It's amazing how libs love both being idiots and being evil. They spend their time thinking about the worst idea for any given situation and then devote themselves slavishly to accomplishing the foolishness of the idea.

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  Keyser Soze: Chessgames new Adm could use this strategy to make more money here..

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  diceman: <Keyser Soze: Chessgames new Adm could use this strategy to make more money here..>

I don't think saffuna/HeMateMe/Winston have enough money.

Maybe the government could issue "Argument Stamps?"

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  Big Pawn: Andrés Segovia: explains what Guitar is REALLY about!

This is very insightful. Excellent short clip of Segovia explaining some things about music.

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