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thegoodanarchist
Member since Jul-29-03 · Last seen Jun-18-18
"Du sublime au ridicule, il n'y a qu'un pas"

- Emperor Napolťon Bonaparte

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"The fundamental question of our time is whether the West has the will to survive. Do we have the confidence in our values to defend them? Do we have the desire and the courage to preserve our civilization in the face of those who would subvert and destroy it?"

- President Donald J. Trump

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Δεν ελπίζω τίποτα. Δε φοβούμαι τίποτα. Είμαι λέφτερος.

- Nikos Kazantzakis

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My top seven chess players of all time:

1. Carlsen
2. Fischer (also my favorite)
3. Kasparov
4. Capablanca
5. Karpov
6. Lasker
7. Anand

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cultural marxism:

The gradual process of destroying all traditions, languages, religions, individuality, government, family, law and order in order to re-assemble society in the future as a utopia, with no notion of gender, traditions, morality, god or even family or the state.

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   thegoodanarchist has kibitzed 14242 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-18-18 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
 
thegoodanarchist: < al wazir: But he's a DINO. > Of course, DINO = Democrat In Name Only. Unfortunately, *you* are not a Doofus In Name Only. You're the real deal. As <Bobster> rightly pointed out, <It's on social issues that the Democratic Party has moved very far left ...
 
   Jun-18-18 Fischer vs V Kovacevic, 1970 (replies)
 
thegoodanarchist: Fischer won 10 and lost 1 in the tournament, and what do we get for GOTD? The 1 loss. It's a Fischer hater conspiracy, I tells ya! I bet the Bilderbergs are behind it...
 
   Jun-17-18 morfishine chessforum (replies)
 
thegoodanarchist: <Then the darling P-51 Mustang was mated to a Rolls Royce Merlin engine in the fall of 1943, and presto, the Allied had a war winning long range fighter. > That was such a bad-ass plane that some countries had them in their air forces well into the 1960s, IIRC. It was
 
   Jun-14-18 G Jones vs V Dobrov, 2017 (replies)
 
thegoodanarchist: Great puzzle today. Very educational. Mr. Jones and Me.
 
   Jun-09-18 Big Pawn chessforum (replies)
 
thegoodanarchist: <Big Pawn: Heh heh heh https://youtu.be/oiGR1yljkac Heh heh heh LOL! LOL! LOL!> Boring if you ask me. I thought the t-shirt adds next to the video feed were more entertaining. They had several different slogans. My favorite was the one that said <You can give ...
 
   Jun-09-18 S Crakanthorp vs G W Baynes, 1905
 
thegoodanarchist: Release the Crakanthorp! (sorry, it <had> to be done)
 
   Jun-09-18 optimal play chessforum (replies)
 
thegoodanarchist: Kibitzer's Café (kibitz #231388)
 
   Jun-09-18 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
thegoodanarchist: <optimal play: Speaking of great acting performances... > Hillary Swank in "Boys Don't Cry".
 
   Jun-09-18 thegoodanarchist chessforum
 
thegoodanarchist: <Lets see: Politics: <conservatives never met a river they didn't want to pollute> Real World: <The Environmental Protection Agency is an independent agency of the United States federal government for environmental protection. President Richard Nixon proposed ...
 
   Jun-09-18 Averbakh vs Kotov, 1953 (replies)
 
thegoodanarchist: Too famous to be a good puzzle. I studied this when I read the book, IIRC.
 
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May-11-18
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  thegoodanarchist: Thanks <morf>. Iím amping up the work load. On Wednesday I walked 5 miles to burn fat
May-12-18
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  morfishine: My dear friend <thegoodanarchist> I just saw your post over at the Rogoff page, and it pretty much sums up the despair that conservatives have when dealing with leftists liberals: <I am shocked at how far gone the American Left is. They have gone from principled opposition to the Right, to hate-filled lies.

I cannot find a decent, honorable Lefty on this page. They all have decided that they will hate Trump no matter what, and they believe their hatred justifies their lying and their attack on our liberties.

They want to destroy the 2nd amendment, and retain the first amendment only for "approved" thought - dissent is censored or violently attacked.

It is shocking but true! <zborris8>, <zanzibar>, <saffuna> - they all hate the truth, freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, and freedom of religion for Christians.

They are the modern Bolsheviks>

This is all too true, and the leftist movement has been ongoing for 60+ years. When Kruschev declared 60 years ago "We will destroy you" in front of the United Nations, what he meant was Communist philosophy would infiltrate and penetrate all democratic/capitalist systems of the world, over time. And their efforts bear this out as communism continues to infiltrate the world, despite what people say. Just look at the attacks on religion & private property

Its blatantly obvious

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May-12-18
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  morfishine: <thegoodanarchist> If you think its worth the effort, I'll paste this whole post over at the Rogoff page

F the Left

best always, morf

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May-13-18
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  thegoodanarchist: <morf> I think thatís a good idea!
May-13-18
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  morfishine: <thegoodanarchist> I finished the Stonewall book, its an excellent read! I learned a few new things, like the fact he would drink from time-to-time: he wasn't the tee-totaler like Stuart

He did have some "servants" (slaves), but his approach to them was very humble and benign towards them. He made it clear his goal was for them to work towards securing their education and ultimate freedom. Jackson did more than his share of the work around the farm and would only ask for help if he needed it. When he left for the war, his servants felt a huge loss and actually became depressed in his absence. His wife Anna asked him what should we do about it? He suggested having them move in with friends nearby, which she did.

So, a lot of stuff like this gets swept under the rug or ignored. All this leftist stuff lately with statues being pushed over is led by numb skulls who's narrative is all about the supposed "hatred".

It wasn't always the case

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May-27-18
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  thegoodanarchist: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipe...
May-27-18
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  morfishine: <thegoodanarchist> I love that Hierarchy chart! You oughtaa put the link in your bio, I did :)
May-27-18
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  thegoodanarchist: <morfishine: <thegoodanarchist> I love that Hierarchy chart! You oughtaa put the link in your bio, I did :)>

Good tip! Not sure why I didn't think of it, since I already have 2 links in my profile.

May-28-18
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  thegoodanarchist: Today I changed strategy a little, and decided to follow the https://leangains.com/ approach, using IF and RPT.

My lifting was already qualitatively following RPT to some degree, but now I am using Martin's quantitative plan.

Broke my fast at 11:30 AM today - will try pushing that to noon~noon-fifteen.

May-28-18
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  thegoodanarchist: Today's food intake & protein totals:

1 lb. Grass-fed Ground Beef (85% lean), 84 gm.
2 slices organic cheese, 10 gm.
3 eggs, 18 gm.
2.5 cups spinach, 5 gm.
6 Jalapeno slices, ~
1.5 carrots, ~
about 20 Pringles, 1 gm.
1 cup blueberries, ~
3 scoops Whey Isolate, 75 gm.
1 Tbsp. salad dressing, ~

Total protein: 193 gm.

Body Weight: 199 lbs.

Grams of protein per pound of body weight: About 0.97

Goal: Between 0.8 and 1 gm./lb.

Goal achieved!

May-29-18
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  thegoodanarchist: Today's food intake and protein totals:

1 can Starkist Solid White Albacore Tuna in EVOO, 33 gm.
Tuna salad ingredients (chopped onion, chopped sweet pickle, sliced green olives, mayo), 0 gm.
1/2 cup Kar's Sweet & Salty Mix, 8 gm.
1 scoop Whey Isolate, 25 gm.
5 chicken wing flapper sections, 14 gm.
1/2 lb. Grass-fed Ground Beef (85% lean), 42 gm.
3 eggs, 18 gm.
1 cup Spinach, 2 gm.

Total protein: 142 gm.

Body Weight: 199 lbs.

Grams of protein per pound of body weight: About 0.71

Goal: Between 0.75 and 1 gm./lb.

Goal NOT achieved! I couldn't take a second scoop of Whey Isolate after dinner - too full!

May-30-18
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  thegoodanarchist: What a great workout today! It was chest day, and I started with bench press (of course!)

I used RPT and did 6 sets. The first set was too light, and I got 12 reps instead of 10.

So I boosted the weight and did 2 sets, 10 reps the first and 7 the second.

I dropped weight down and did a fourth set, then dropped again and did 2 sets at this lowest weight.

I followed this with dumbell flies x 3 sets, and then inclined bench press x 5 sets. Felt great!

Dinner was spectacular - 8 oz. hamburger (grass fed), 1/2 cup cottage cheese with FRESH pineapple chunks, some fried potatoes, 2 eggs and a fresh spinach salad with olives.

Total protein for dinner was a whopping 71 grams!

That brings me to 191 grams for the day, which is plenty for my size (6 ft. 1 inch, 199 lbs.)

May-31-18
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  thegoodanarchist: I ate like a beast today!

Why? My body needed it, because I trained like a beast yesterday and today. It is RPT, "Reverse Pyramid Training" and it is a blast to your muscles that shocks them and makes 'em grow.

Total protein intake today: 228 grams!

Whoo hoo!

So far I've used RPT on chest & back days. Next up? Shoulder day!

Jun-03-18
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  morfishine: Hello <thegoodanarchist> I much appreciate your insight into historical events!
Jun-07-18
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  diceman: <thegoodanarchist:

<morfishine:

This may explain why I am 'Right' but not far right and thus close to the center>>

What are you calling "far right?"

<thegoodanarchist:

So, since I almost chose Trump, I think that makes me middle of the road.>

...or at least "almost" middle of the road. :)

I think the questions are:

Which 50% of conservatism are you giving up, which 50% of liberalism are you embracing?

Is an economic boom, with an owned
underclass a 50/50 situation?

To my view, the biggest problem with liberalism is, the ability to support it for "others" but not you.

Back when you said you were extreme lefty, I'm sure your life was conservative. Individualism, freedom, education, wealth, and so on.

Jun-07-18
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  thegoodanarchist: < diceman: ...

Back when you said you were extreme lefty, I'm sure your life was conservative. Individualism, freedom, education, wealth, and so on.>

Education is conservative? I never met a Republican college professor! (Except for one. He got indicted. True story.)

Wealth? I've never been wealthy. Although recently I've made progress toward it.

Freedom? Literally the ONLY time I've ever exercised my 1st amendment right to freedom of assembly was to protest the invasion of Iraq in 2003, when all the conservatives were cheering for war.

Individualism? That dart hit the target. I've always been fiercely individual.

<To my view, the biggest problem with liberalism is, the ability to support it for "others" but not you.>

For me, when I was a lefty, the important points were minimum wage raises (which I very much supported for *me* too), & environmental protection (also for me too).

I wanted clean air, clean water, prevention of AGW to keep the poles frozen, electric vehicles, alternative energy, reduction in military spending, etc.

So really, none of the "liberal" policies I supported were in any way something I didn't want for myself. I still like clean air, clean water, etc. to this very day!

<Which 50% of conservatism are you giving up, which 50% of liberalism are you embracing? >

I am strongly against the Citizens United decision by SCOTUS. The constitutional protections of free speech are intended for humans, not corporations/money/billionaires' trust funds.

The one thing about Bernie Sanders that most appealed to me is that clearly he was not for sale to billionaires (neither was Trump!)

Notice HRC didn't even go near that during the campaign. No doubt why.

I am also very strongly in favor of solid environmental protections. The liberals get that right (even erring on the side of extreme protection), while conservatives never met a river they didn't want to pollute, for the sake of cash payouts

Jun-07-18
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  thegoodanarchist: < diceman:

What are you calling "far right?" >

Number one: Outlawing abortion in case of rape. That is far right.

Number two: Citizens United decision by SCOTUS

Number 3: 2003 Invasion of Iraq

Number 4: Sarah Palin giving credit for killing OBL to George W Bush in 2010

Number 5: Attacking Obama for deficit spending and then voting to INCREASE deficits under Trump, or at least cheering their increase. Anyone who did that is hard right.

Jun-07-18
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  diceman: <thegoodanarchist:

Education is conservative?>

In the sense of employment, educated vs a high school dropout.

<I never met a Republican college professor!>

The "plan."

<For me, when I was a lefty, the important points were minimum wage raises>

Well, for most "educated" adults, minimum wage would be a relatively small portion of their working years.

<Freedom? Literally the ONLY time I've ever exercised my 1st amendment>

Well, there's all types (the poor don't have) from your grass-fed food to where you live, your ability to relocate, renting vs buying, car or public transportation, which job offer you took.

Remember, with "Voter IDs?" saffuna tells us getting bus fare cant be done. Yes, that is the "success" of the folks he's thrown trillions at. That they would be required to do it bothers him, not that it is their lot in life.

<I wanted clean air, clean water>

Golly, so do I!
Guess the liar narratives don't always match.

Is "Big Oil" anything more than
bad mouthing what must be there,
what had to be there, for heating/transportation?

If somehow, steam had been the tech of choice, wouldn't they just say "Big Water?"

If the lie was true that the industry in place
could stop what's coming. We'd still have the
stagecoach vs the auto.

History shows capitalism/wealth leads
to better living conditions.
Poor places have the dysentery/cholera.

(from our industrial revolution to China's)

Doesn't seem like any politician (under freedom/liberty) has ever stopped that cycle.

HeMateMe on the Rogoff page yells,
"the tide is turning" when it comes to energy.

To me that's as stupid as yelling
"the CD is coming" when we had cassettes.

When it happens is when the tech is feasible and the cost.

Jun-07-18
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  Keyser Soze: <Education is conservative? I never met a Republican college professor! (Except for one. He got indicted. True story>

Hehe
Dang . Cultural Marxism is a plague in Humanities colleges around here as well. Almost every teacher is a socialist bastard.

Jun-08-18
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  thegoodanarchist: <diceman:

<<<Freedom? Literally the ONLY time I've ever exercised my 1st amendment>>>

Well, there's all types (the poor don't have) from your grass-fed food to where you live, your ability to relocate, renting vs buying, car or public transportation, which job offer you took.>

Sorry, not buying that argument. "Grass-fed" isn't a freedom, anymore than owning a car.

<<<<>>>Is "Big Oil" anything more than bad mouthing what must be there,
what had to be there, for heating/transportation?

If somehow, steam had been the tech of choice, wouldn't they just say "Big Water?">

Not the same. Given that about 2/3rds of the planet surface is covered by water, H2O vapor in the air is natural and we call it humidity.

Burning 90 million tons of hydrocarbons every day and releasing the fumes into the atmosphere is significantly different, to say the least.

Jun-08-18
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  thegoodanarchist: <diceman: History shows capitalism/wealth leads to better living conditions.
Poor places have the dysentery/cholera.

(from our industrial revolution to China's) >

True, and we can go even further. At this point in human history we have the lowest percentages ever, worldwide, of people living in poverty.

Which is why I so strenuously argued against <al wazir>'s redistribution scheme and wealth tax scheme - what we have now is working great, and it makes zero sense to go back to what didn't work so great, a form of communism.

When I was hard left, my argument for communism was that it never got a fair chance to be proven, because the Capitalist Democracies fought it every step of the way until victory.

But now I think, so what? Why not stay with the system that won the cold war and improved the human condition, instead of giving the loser system a fair chance?

Jun-08-18
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  thegoodanarchist: Variant of an <offramp> haiku:

<Listen up fellas.
When I hear the word haiku
I reach for my gun.>

Jun-09-18
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  diceman: <thegoodanarchist:

<Well, there's all types (the poor don't have) from your grass-fed food to where you live, your ability to relocate, renting vs buying, car or public transportation, which job offer you took.>

Sorry, not buying that argument. "Grass-fed" isn't a freedom, anymore than owning a car.>

Why are the crime/murder rates what they are where folks are government owned?

Remember when BP talked about black murder rates? I said to him it's not a black people problem, it's a "loyal Democrat" problem.

I've had black neighbors for decades,
No carjacks, no shootings, no crime.

I've hired and worked with blacks for
decades, same thing.

I've had blacks give me notice because
they were leaving for a better job offer, or relocating out of state for a better job offer.

When "in my world" they act just like me.

<Not the same. Given that about 2/3rds of the planet surface is covered by water, H2O vapor in the air is natural and we call it humidity.

Burning 90 million tons of hydrocarbons every day and releasing the fumes into the atmosphere is significantly different, to say the least.>

Heh, heh, you seem to be under the impression, the real world matters when it comes to politics!

Lets see:

Politics: <conservatives never met a river they didn't want to pollute>

Real World:

<The Environmental Protection Agency is an independent agency of the United States federal government for environmental protection. President Richard Nixon proposed the establishment of EPA and it began operation on December 2, 1970>

Politics: "Republicans are racist"

Real World:

Democrats fought for slavery.
Democrats were the KKK.
Democrats were Jim Crow.
Democrats were segregation.
(for brevity, we'll leave off the
atrocities of The Great Society)

Now, in today's world, with computers,
internet, PDFs, "science" must be the
compelling factor when it come to global warming?

Real world: You're a climate denier!

I've always thought the agenda of the Democrat party was hate. So much hate the folks wouldn't even bother to look
at the "credentials" of a Hillary Clinton type.

You somewhat confirmed this on the
Rogoff page when you said:

<The reason I voted for Obama in 2012 is, quite frankly, because he pissed off all the George W Bush supporters.

Quite honestly, it was a revenge vote! >

Jun-09-18
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  diceman: <thegoodanarchist: < diceman:

What are you calling "far right?" >

Number one: Outlawing abortion in case of rape. That is far right.

Number two: Citizens United decision by SCOTUS

Number 3: 2003 Invasion of Iraq

Number 4: Sarah Palin giving credit for killing OBL to George W Bush in 2010

Number 5: Attacking Obama for deficit spending and then voting to INCREASE deficits under Trump, or at least cheering their increase. Anyone who did that is hard right.>

Oh my!
I missed this response.
Some good stuff here!

Jun-09-18
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  thegoodanarchist: <Lets see:

Politics: <conservatives never met a river they didn't want to pollute>

Real World:

<The Environmental Protection Agency is an independent agency of the United States federal government for environmental protection. President Richard Nixon proposed the establishment of EPA and it began operation on December 2, 1970>>

Look, you're not going to win against me trying to find big picture stuff that I don't already know - never met anyone who is as well-informed as me (not counting the past five or so years, when I haven't paid as much attention).

I already know Nixon established the EPA.

Do you know that W wanted to weaken environmental protections? He had Orwellian names for his attacks, like "Clear Skies" BS that actually allowed more pollution than before.

Just as the Democratic Party has changed, and moved away from me, the GOP changed, moved away from people like Nixon and the first President Bush.

<Heh, heh, you seem to be under the impression, the real world matters when it comes to politics!>

Nope. Not at all. But I do breath "real wold" air, not "political" air, so I care about the real world results of legislation.

<<<<Sorry, not buying that argument. "Grass-fed" isn't a freedom, anymore than owning a car.>>>

Why are the crime/murder rates what they are where folks are government owned?>

This is a non-sequitur. Has nothing to do with "grass fed" being a right. (It isn't.)

<Democrats were the KKK.
Democrats were Jim Crow.
Democrats were segregation.>

Funny how the "Solid South" always went Democratic for presidents. Ever heard of "Solid South"? It's a real thing.

Until the Civil Rights movement. Then all those "Democrats" started voting Republican. That's just a fact that speaks loudly.

<I've always thought the agenda of the Democrat party was hate...

You somewhat confirmed this on the
Rogoff page when you said:

<<<The reason I voted for Obama in 2012 is, quite frankly, because he pissed off all the George W Bush supporters.

Quite honestly, it was a revenge vote! >>>>

Different people hate different things. My moral code is the Golden Rule - I try to live my life by it.

My hatred is for hypocrisy and double standards.

When in the minority, the Republicans scream about budget deficits. Get on their holy high horse and preach condescendingly to Democrats about too much spending. Make jokes about *Democrats* spending like drunken sailors.

In 2000, when time came to back up words with actions, Gore wanted to keep the budget surpluses and pay down debt.

W wanted to destroy the budget surplus more than he wanted to destroy the Iraqi army. He campaigned on blowing up the balanced budget. This evil @#$% of a man took us off the path to solvency and on the road to national bankruptcy.

And the lying hypocritical @#$% GOP supported it.

So yeah, it felt good to give the lying hypocrites 8 years of Obama.

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