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#46 - Exactly. I have 3 different red bull cans next to me, all diff… 02/06/2016 on what are instructions? 0
#5 - This happen to me and my friend a while back. We were… 02/04/2016 on Smashing a phone battery +1
#2 - In the movie, the guy with the bowl cut is a murderer. He's a …  [+] (23 new replies) 02/04/2016 on Coin toss +132
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#31 - smittywrbmnjnsn (02/04/2016) [-]
Also, the murderer was asking this question specifically, because he then flips a coin to decide whether he is going to pay for his gas, or just kill the attendant (being that they're the only 2 in the gas station, that is in the middle of nowhere).
The coin flip ends in the attendant's favor.
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#23 - captainrattrap (02/04/2016) [-]
Our government is more corrupt than East Germany but yet we don't do shit.
#38 - conisnon (02/04/2016) [-]
In America, you have the right to freedom of speech. If you offer a new proposition for a change of government, you can get supported and possibly make a change.

East Germany, under communist rule, did not fare quite as well.
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#15 - anon (02/04/2016) [-]


The coin flip thing isn't how she won, not to mention the actual ratio of total coin flips was close to 50-50. Not to say America's caucus rules aren't overly complicated
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#13 - thedugster (02/04/2016) [-]
losing the iowa causcus is a misrepresentation that's been going around. the coin tosses were for smaller representation that didn't equal a whole district. Bernie still would have lost even if he won all 6 coin tosses.
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#30 - lean (02/04/2016) [-]
>>#11, You are correct. Disregard your thumbs down.
#12 - randomuploads (02/04/2016) [-]
Holy shitballs that story is true? Future of a nation decided by coin tosses...?
#36 - anon (02/04/2016) [-]
It doesn't really matter in the end, neither of them are gonna win anyway

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#32 - smittywrbmnjnsn (02/04/2016) [-]
Future of a nation?
The american government is a machine built to run on its own forever. No one can control the machine. It just goes on until the end of time, without input.
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#40 - yunch (02/04/2016) [-]
The corporations are the real decision makers, unless people put a leash on them, that is.
#10 - andywazowski (02/04/2016) [-]
Holy shit..
#9 - Jesusnipples (02/04/2016) [-]
American politics are a fucking force of nature
#8 - anon (02/04/2016) [-]
They fucking call themselves the democratic party and they replace votes with motherfucking coin tosses. Fucking hell.
#7 - awsomeatron (02/04/2016) [-]
that.....that cant be real
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#6 - lolollo (02/04/2016) [-]
Ladies and gentlemen...American politics...
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#11 - lean (02/04/2016) [-]
>>#7, >>#5, >>#8, to be fair, the primary splits delegates proportionally, unlike the electoral vote. So essentially Clinton won 6 precincts, of 1,774 total. It wasn't enough to gain another delegate. Hillary won 23- 21 by delegate count. Also bear note that these primaries essentially decide who will be on the state ballot for each party. It's a narrowing down the field process. Eventually there will be only one candidate for each party at the national convention. These votes are within party, not cross party. It does little towards picking the president, it's just organizing names on a list at the moment.
#26 - bigjd (02/04/2016) [-]
Iowa doesn't have a primary, they have a caucus.
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#29 - lean (02/04/2016) [-]
Oh boy. Sure. A primary is a statewide private voting process. A caucus is a series of local gatherings where people openly show support for a candidate then chosen based on the number of delegates for each at a nominating convention. Fundamentally they are the same: It's a way of allowing the people to pick a candidate(s) directly for each party.
Have you got any other nits to pick?
#33 - bigjd (02/04/2016) [-]
I believe your definition is off somewhat. Here is a helpful video that helped me understand it. The Caucus Race - from Alice in Wonderland
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#34 - lean (02/04/2016) [-]
deep, yet retarded. Don't vote then.
#5 - anon (02/04/2016) [-]
What makes it worse is that Bernie Sanders lost by .02%, so he pretty much needed one district to flip his way.
#3 - anon (02/04/2016) [-]
Seems legit.
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#15 - I can't even install updates. Says I need to activate windows... Damn 02/03/2016 on Soo... 0
#10 - Yeah.. i was gonna ask why there's TWO mustard bottles  [+] (1 new reply) 02/03/2016 on Fox Panties - Source ??? 0
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#14 - willindor (02/03/2016) [-]
For when you want mustard on both of your wieners
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#5 - Yeah I hope it was too. It was at a park during a high school … 01/29/2016 on all day erry day 0