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    BBQ, Rumor has it that your lovely wife is working with AI to produce a better barbecue wagon to replace you.
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    Buford, I'll keep using AI as a source of information and you can keep using Truth Social as your source of information.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxEnlUXGp5g
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    "artificial".........kinda ironic coming from a union guy!

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    ss you have gone bonkers. A-I could be a great thing, but it is politically controlled and also owned by leftist the agendas, tthat are proven to be dishonest.

    Now you are backing up your posts with A-I based answers, nobody with any intelligence would honestly turn to or rely on, in the real world.

    Maybe you need to go to your island an let your A-I do all of your posting and propaganda.

    Are you scheduled for any brain implants yet, BTW????

    https://www.cnn.com/2024/02/20/tech/...usk/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss12 View Post
    BBQ, Rumor has it that your lovely wife is working with AI to produce a better barbecue wagon to replace you.
    Bbq wagon,lol……..you don’t do this much do you?
    Where is the move over flag when you need it?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buford.Justice View Post
    ss you have gone bonkers. A-I could be a great thing, but it is politically controlled and also owned by leftist the agendas, tthat are proven to be dishonest.

    Now you are backing up your posts with A-I based answers, nobody with any intelligence would honestly turn to or rely on, it the real world.

    Maybe you need to go to your island an let your A-I do all of your posting and propaganda.

    Are you scheduled for any brain implants yet, BTW????

    https://www.cnn.com/2024/02/20/tech/...usk/index.html



    The terrors of tenchnology are coming.

    The reason AI is left leaning is because it takes people with high IQs to develop this type of technologies. These intelligent people vote for democrats. By using these types of technologies allow the democrats to steal elections.
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    These Trump hating people vote for democrats.


    Fixed it for ya!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss12 View Post
    BBQ the only part of my body that isn't tan is my arm pits and where my speedo was.

    Happy Easter to everyone!!
    So!!! You went to a nudist beach!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ss12 View Post
    The reason AI is left leaning is because it takes people with high IQs to develop this type of technologies. These intelligent people vote for democrats. By using these types of technologies allow the democrats to steal elections.
    Now you are telling us that Democrat people are smarter and superior???? This makes you look anything but superior.

    No no, as a said above rich elites have the money to get an advantage, and the high IQ's were probably stolen or bought from the true intelligent people that created I-A. And I would say that would not include very many Democrats, because you just can't be truly smart and superior over anyone, by voting for Democrats.

    Your "illusions of grandeur" are so laughable and your IQ is too.

    But you did finally admit, they are stealing elections. So this is for you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss12 View Post
    What "GOOD" are we supposed to derive from this snooty video?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buford.Justice View Post
    Now you are telling us that Democrat people are smarter and superior???? This makes you look anything but superior.

    No no, as a said above rich elites have the money to get an advantage, and the high IQ's were probably stolen or bought from the true intelligent people that created I-A. And I would say that would not include very many Democrats, because you just can't be truly smart and superior over anyone, by voting for Democrats.

    Your "illusions of grandeur" are so laughable and your IQ is too.

    But you did finally admit, they are stealing elections. So this is for you!!!


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    Title: Dispelling the Myth: The 2020 Election Was Not Stolen

    In the wake of the 2020 United States presidential election, a narrative emerged and gained traction among some segments of the population: the belief that the election was stolen. This narrative has been particularly prevalent among individuals on the far right of the political spectrum. However, it is essential to address this misconception and provide a clear and evidence-based explanation as to why the 2020 election was not stolen.

    The Legal Landscape: One of the fundamental aspects of democratic societies is the rule of law. The 2020 election underwent rigorous legal scrutiny, with numerous lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign and its allies. However, the overwhelming majority of these legal challenges were dismissed by state and federal courts due to lack of evidence or merit. In some instances, judges appointed by both Democratic and Republican administrations ruled against these claims. This underscores the integrity of the legal process and demonstrates that the allegations of widespread fraud lacked credible evidence.

    Bipartisan Oversight: Elections in the United States are not conducted in isolation but are subject to extensive oversight from both major political parties. In 2020, Republican and Democratic election officials, along with thousands of poll workers and volunteers from diverse political backgrounds, oversaw the electoral process. The Department of Homeland Security described the 2020 election as "the most secure in American history." Assertions of widespread fraud are not only unfounded but also disregard the bipartisan efforts to ensure the integrity of the electoral process.

    Independent Audits and Recounts: Following the election, several states conducted audits, recounts, and canvassing processes to verify the accuracy of the results. These efforts, often initiated by state laws or at the request of candidates, reaffirmed the outcome of the election. In Georgia, for example, a hand recount of nearly 5 million ballots confirmed Joe Biden's victory, with only minor discrepancies found. Similar recounts and audits in other battleground states yielded consistent results, further debunking claims of widespread fraud.

    Cybersecurity Measures: Concerns about foreign interference and cybersecurity threats were prevalent leading up to the 2020 election. However, federal and state agencies, along with private cybersecurity firms, implemented robust measures to safeguard the integrity of the electoral infrastructure. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) described the election as "the most secure in American history" and refuted claims of widespread voter fraud or manipulation. These assurances from experts in the field underscore the credibility of the electoral process.

    Respect for Democratic Norms: Central to the functioning of any democracy is the peaceful transfer of power based on the will of the electorate. Despite the contentious nature of the 2020 election, key institutions, including the judiciary, state legislatures, and Congress, upheld the rule of law and affirmed the outcome of the electoral college. Former President Donald Trump's own attorney general, William Barr, stated that the Department of Justice found no evidence of widespread fraud that would have altered the outcome of the election. It is imperative to respect the democratic norms and institutions that underpin the electoral process, even in the face of political disagreement.

    In conclusion, the assertion that the 2020 election was stolen lacks credibility and is contradicted by a wealth of evidence and expert opinion. The democratic process prevailed, with millions of Americans exercising their right to vote and electing their representatives. While political divisions may persist, it is crucial to confront misinformation and baseless claims to safeguard the integrity of democracy. Moving forward, it is incumbent upon all citizens, regardless of political affiliation, to uphold the principles of fairness, transparency, and respect for the rule of law in future elections.
    Title: Dispelling the Myth: The 2020 Election Was Not Stolen

    In the wake of the 2020 United States presidential election, a narrative emerged and gained traction among some segments of the population: the belief that the election was stolen. This narrative has been particularly prevalent among individuals on the far right of the political spectrum. However, it is essential to address this misconception and provide a clear and evidence-based explanation as to why the 2020 election was not stolen.

    The Legal Landscape: One of the fundamental aspects of democratic societies is the rule of law. The 2020 election underwent rigorous legal scrutiny, with numerous lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign and its allies. However, the overwhelming majority of these legal challenges were dismissed by state and federal courts due to lack of evidence or merit. In some instances, judges appointed by both Democratic and Republican administrations ruled against these claims. This underscores the integrity of the legal process and demonstrates that the allegations of widespread fraud lacked credible evidence.

    Bipartisan Oversight: Elections in the United States are not conducted in isolation but are subject to extensive oversight from both major political parties. In 2020, Republican and Democratic election officials, along with thousands of poll workers and volunteers from diverse political backgrounds, oversaw the electoral process. The Department of Homeland Security described the 2020 election as "the most secure in American history." Assertions of widespread fraud are not only unfounded but also disregard the bipartisan efforts to ensure the integrity of the electoral process.

    Independent Audits and Recounts: Following the election, several states conducted audits, recounts, and canvassing processes to verify the accuracy of the results. These efforts, often initiated by state laws or at the request of candidates, reaffirmed the outcome of the election. In Georgia, for example, a hand recount of nearly 5 million ballots confirmed Joe Biden's victory, with only minor discrepancies found. Similar recounts and audits in other battleground states yielded consistent results, further debunking claims of widespread fraud.

    Cybersecurity Measures: Concerns about foreign interference and cybersecurity threats were prevalent leading up to the 2020 election. However, federal and state agencies, along with private cybersecurity firms, implemented robust measures to safeguard the integrity of the electoral infrastructure. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) described the election as "the most secure in American history" and refuted claims of widespread voter fraud or manipulation. These assurances from experts in the field underscore the credibility of the electoral process.

    Respect for Democratic Norms: Central to the functioning of any democracy is the peaceful transfer of power based on the will of the electorate. Despite the contentious nature of the 2020 election, key institutions, including the judiciary, state legislatures, and Congress, upheld the rule of law and affirmed the outcome of the electoral college. Former President Donald Trump's own attorney general, William Barr, stated that the Department of Justice found no evidence of widespread fraud that would have altered the outcome of the election. It is imperative to respect the democratic norms and institutions that underpin the electoral process, even in the face of political disagreement.

    In conclusion, the assertion that the 2020 election was stolen lacks credibility and is contradicted by a wealth of evidence and expert opinion. The democratic process prevailed, with millions of Americans exercising their right to vote and electing their representatives. While political divisions may persist, it is crucial to confront misinformation and baseless claims to safeguard the integrity of democracy. Moving forward, it is incumbent upon all citizens, regardless of political affiliation, to uphold the principles of fairness, transparency, and respect for the rule of law in future elections.
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    The bottom of your feet and the palms of your hands are not tanned sir…..why you embellish so much? Or is that AI too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ss12 View Post
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    Title: Dispelling the Myth: The 2020 Election Was Not Stolen

    In the wake of the 2020 United States presidential election, a narrative emerged and gained traction among some segments of the population: the belief that the election was stolen. This narrative has been particularly prevalent among individuals on the far right of the political spectrum. However, it is essential to address this misconception and provide a clear and evidence-based explanation as to why the 2020 election was not stolen.

    The Legal Landscape: One of the fundamental aspects of democratic societies is the rule of law. The 2020 election underwent rigorous legal scrutiny, with numerous lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign and its allies. However, the overwhelming majority of these legal challenges were dismissed by state and federal courts due to lack of evidence or merit. In some instances, judges appointed by both Democratic and Republican administrations ruled against these claims. This underscores the integrity of the legal process and demonstrates that the allegations of widespread fraud lacked credible evidence.

    Bipartisan Oversight: Elections in the United States are not conducted in isolation but are subject to extensive oversight from both major political parties. In 2020, Republican and Democratic election officials, along with thousands of poll workers and volunteers from diverse political backgrounds, oversaw the electoral process. The Department of Homeland Security described the 2020 election as "the most secure in American history." Assertions of widespread fraud are not only unfounded but also disregard the bipartisan efforts to ensure the integrity of the electoral process.

    Independent Audits and Recounts: Following the election, several states conducted audits, recounts, and canvassing processes to verify the accuracy of the results. These efforts, often initiated by state laws or at the request of candidates, reaffirmed the outcome of the election. In Georgia, for example, a hand recount of nearly 5 million ballots confirmed Joe Biden's victory, with only minor discrepancies found. Similar recounts and audits in other battleground states yielded consistent results, further debunking claims of widespread fraud.

    Cybersecurity Measures: Concerns about foreign interference and cybersecurity threats were prevalent leading up to the 2020 election. However, federal and state agencies, along with private cybersecurity firms, implemented robust measures to safeguard the integrity of the electoral infrastructure. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) described the election as "the most secure in American history" and refuted claims of widespread voter fraud or manipulation. These assurances from experts in the field underscore the credibility of the electoral process.

    Respect for Democratic Norms: Central to the functioning of any democracy is the peaceful transfer of power based on the will of the electorate. Despite the contentious nature of the 2020 election, key institutions, including the judiciary, state legislatures, and Congress, upheld the rule of law and affirmed the outcome of the electoral college. Former President Donald Trump's own attorney general, William Barr, stated that the Department of Justice found no evidence of widespread fraud that would have altered the outcome of the election. It is imperative to respect the democratic norms and institutions that underpin the electoral process, even in the face of political disagreement.

    In conclusion, the assertion that the 2020 election was stolen lacks credibility and is contradicted by a wealth of evidence and expert opinion. The democratic process prevailed, with millions of Americans exercising their right to vote and electing their representatives. While political divisions may persist, it is crucial to confront misinformation and baseless claims to safeguard the integrity of democracy. Moving forward, it is incumbent upon all citizens, regardless of political affiliation, to uphold the principles of fairness, transparency, and respect for the rule of law in future elections.
    Title: Dispelling the Myth: The 2020 Election Was Not Stolen

    In the wake of the 2020 United States presidential election, a narrative emerged and gained traction among some segments of the population: the belief that the election was stolen. This narrative has been particularly prevalent among individuals on the far right of the political spectrum. However, it is essential to address this misconception and provide a clear and evidence-based explanation as to why the 2020 election was not stolen.

    The Legal Landscape: One of the fundamental aspects of democratic societies is the rule of law. The 2020 election underwent rigorous legal scrutiny, with numerous lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign and its allies. However, the overwhelming majority of these legal challenges were dismissed by state and federal courts due to lack of evidence or merit. In some instances, judges appointed by both Democratic and Republican administrations ruled against these claims. This underscores the integrity of the legal process and demonstrates that the allegations of widespread fraud lacked credible evidence.

    Bipartisan Oversight: Elections in the United States are not conducted in isolation but are subject to extensive oversight from both major political parties. In 2020, Republican and Democratic election officials, along with thousands of poll workers and volunteers from diverse political backgrounds, oversaw the electoral process. The Department of Homeland Security described the 2020 election as "the most secure in American history." Assertions of widespread fraud are not only unfounded but also disregard the bipartisan efforts to ensure the integrity of the electoral process.

    Independent Audits and Recounts: Following the election, several states conducted audits, recounts, and canvassing processes to verify the accuracy of the results. These efforts, often initiated by state laws or at the request of candidates, reaffirmed the outcome of the election. In Georgia, for example, a hand recount of nearly 5 million ballots confirmed Joe Biden's victory, with only minor discrepancies found. Similar recounts and audits in other battleground states yielded consistent results, further debunking claims of widespread fraud.

    Cybersecurity Measures: Concerns about foreign interference and cybersecurity threats were prevalent leading up to the 2020 election. However, federal and state agencies, along with private cybersecurity firms, implemented robust measures to safeguard the integrity of the electoral infrastructure. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) described the election as "the most secure in American history" and refuted claims of widespread voter fraud or manipulation. These assurances from experts in the field underscore the credibility of the electoral process.

    Respect for Democratic Norms: Central to the functioning of any democracy is the peaceful transfer of power based on the will of the electorate. Despite the contentious nature of the 2020 election, key institutions, including the judiciary, state legislatures, and Congress, upheld the rule of law and affirmed the outcome of the electoral college. Former President Donald Trump's own attorney general, William Barr, stated that the Department of Justice found no evidence of widespread fraud that would have altered the outcome of the election. It is imperative to respect the democratic norms and institutions that underpin the electoral process, even in the face of political disagreement.

    In conclusion, the assertion that the 2020 election was stolen lacks credibility and is contradicted by a wealth of evidence and expert opinion. The democratic process prevailed, with millions of Americans exercising their right to vote and electing their representatives. While political divisions may persist, it is crucial to confront misinformation and baseless claims to safeguard the integrity of democracy. Moving forward, it is incumbent upon all citizens, regardless of political affiliation, to uphold the principles of fairness, transparency, and respect for the rule of law in future elections.
    You didn't put a "disinformation" warning on your post. But of course people know trash when they read it. hahahaaha

    Seriously though, this A-I being used with such dishonesty and just plain lies, is dangerous to society. Our citizens should not be subjected to such false info, even in the name of A-I. There are going to be people getting fooled and deceived by such a tool. Nothing intelligent about that ss.
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    The bottom of your feet and the palms of your hands are not tanned sir…..why you embellish so much? Or is that AI too?


    Wasnt he a proud member of the BR549 Garbage Picker Upper Union?.........Or, was that artificial too?

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    Zero, Junior Samples would make a spittoon out of ss!!
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    Lulu too!

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    Generated via AI:

    Insults, those sharp-edged verbal arrows, have a fascinating psychology behind them. Let’s delve into why they’re flung around and what drives people to use them:

    Status and Anger:
    Insults often stem from anger related to status insecurity. Imagine a chicken pecking order: the bottom chicken gets pecked by everyone else, while the top chicken remains unscathed. In our human society, physical aggression is less common, so we resort to verbal interactions.
    When someone insults another, it’s an attempt to lower the recipient’s social status and elevate their own.
    Many insults are reactive, triggered by real or perceived slights—like someone cutting in line accidentally1.
    Content of Insults:
    Insults aim to diminish someone in the imaginary status hierarchy.
    Common themes include:
    Social Status: References to ancestry, lack of prestige, or membership in despised out-groups.
    Sexuality: Often featuring sexual components or alluding to sexual organs.
    Shame: Mentioning unappealing traits like fatness, shortness, baldness, or contagious diseases.
    Intelligence: Questioning mental competence; recipients are invariably labeled as “stupid” or "crazy"1.
    Narcissism and Social Media:
    Our era is marked by heightened concern about how we’re perceived by others.
    Social media amplifies this, where constant evaluation encourages ego inflation at the expense of others.
    Insecure individuals may lash out online, enjoying the freedom from real-world reprisals1.
    Diogenes’ Wisdom:
    Diogenes wisely said, “An insult dishonors the one who utters it, not the one who receives it.”
    So, perhaps hurling insults reveals immaturity and a lack of valid arguments more than anything else2.
    Remember, the power lies in rising above insults, not in trading them.
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    SS rolling in with someone else’s thoughts as an answer??? Didn’t see that one coming.

    Wonder what AI would say if you asked it about plagiarism and it’s over use?
    Where is the move over flag when you need it?????

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    BBQ, it’s essential to recognize that AI-generated content is technically not plagiarism. Plagiarism involves copying someone else’s ideas or words and presenting them as one’s own. AI-generated content doesn’t fit this definition, as it originates from algorithms rather than human authors.

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    BBQ, can you please give me the human author of the above post?
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